Polkadot’s referendum to remove the sudo license module has passed

Polkadot’s referendum on the removal of the sudo (administrator rights) licensing module has been passed, and it is expected to be implemented at 4 pm Beijing time. According to previous reports from Chain News, Polkadot founder Gavin Wood wrote an article that, unlike all previous upgrades on this chain, the Sudo license module will no longer be used for upgrades, but will be used as a special exception for the first time to use the complete Governance mechanism. If the upgrade goes smoothly, Polkadot will no longer be a permissioned network, it will start a new life as a permissionless network managed by its collective stakeholders.