Aragon token holders have voted against project funding to support Polkadot development

According to BitcoinExchangeGuide, Aragon (ANT) token holders have voted to limit the development funds of the project to support Polkadot-related work. Last weekend, ANT token holders voted on the proposal, with an opposition rate of 92.29%. The proposal (AGP 41) proposes that the ANT Association purchase a $1.5 million DOT token for further development of Polkadot. Aragon One CEO Luis Cuende said that for "legal reasons," AGP 41 did not disclose the price of the DOT. In addition, the proposal AGP 42 initiated by Spankchain CEO Ameen Soleimani was also rejected with an opposition rate of 68.71%. The proposal proposes to prevent Aragon from developing on a network other than Ethereum.