If allowing voting makes something decentralized, then the USA (and world) is already decentralized. I think there has to be more than just allowing individuals a chance to vote on something.
This post appears to be about weedcash governance but does not give any information about that topic, other than information will be coming soon in a different post.
What serious investors might want to hear is how weedcash isn't just a token that somebody made millions of copies of and is seeking to sell at 10000 times the price they paid to create them from thin air.
Who is the mystery seller with millions of tokens, currently selling off huge blocks of them to people reading these progress announcements (advertisements)? That is the only market maker and the only person who matters.