Lines of defence needs more explanation

I like your lines of defence, but the last paragraph:

Founder Andy retains a veto vote. Intended never to be used, it serves as a last line of defence against subversion of the platform and community away from its core vision.

Investors and users may query the above para because you have echoed decentralisation throughout your white paper and if they see this, they will question your position.

Think about potential rebuttals to their questions.

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This i see as essential in protecting the project from a coordinated attack, particularly in its infancy.

From our discussion, i love the idea of system whereby that veto leads to a team of randomly selected top ranking members with tools to protect the community from the attack - or overrule me. It sounds like a more complete system for a last line of defence.

A diagram here would probably be best to explain this

added to whitepaper