🏁Addressing Current Democratic Challenges

In traditional Direct Democracies, scalability becomes an issue as the complexity and volume of decisions grow with the community. [Ref#17] Liquid Democracy addresses this by enabling efficient delegation, reducing the burden of continuous direct involvement for each individual.

On the other hand, Representative Democracies often leave citizens feeling disconnected from actual decision-making, restricted to choosing from a limited pool of representatives. Pangea’s Liquid Democracy model overcomes this limitation by providing granular control over representation. It ensures that even minority voices can find representation, enhancing the inclusivity and diversity of viewpoints in governance.

Furthermore, Liquid Democracy introduces an unprecedented level of flexibility and engagement in the democratic process. This adaptability encourages higher participation, allowing individuals to tailor their involvement to their own expertise and interest levels.

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