Fuse is already a significantly decentralized platform, and plans are in motion to achieve complete community control.
Governance is currently split among the following actors:
1) Network Validators. Fuse Network validators are entrusted with deciding whether to adopt Fuse improvement proposals (FIPs). Regardless of their share of the overall network stake, every validator has one vote, but this will likely change soon.
2) Fuse Foundation and the project team. Like most public blockchain projects at the initial stage of development, the development of the core network protocol and the Fuse treasury that primarily consists of the undistributed genesis FUSE supply (see the subsection "FUSE Supply and Current Distribution") are currently managed mainly by a foundation.
For Fuse, this role is played by Gibraltar-incorporated company Fuse Network Limited. Fuse Foundation employs the Fuse project team, whose members' profiles can be found here.
The project team implements network protocol updates adopted by the validators and other protocol changes that do not require validator votes and maintain the full node software. It develops the mobile-centric infrastructure for creating and managing token communities on Fuse.
It also boosts the network's adoption by improving the Fuse tech stack, securing new partnerships and integrations, onboarding ecosystem projects, and marketing the platform within the crypto space and beyond.
Since Fuse is a decentralized public blockchain platform, no permission from the project team is required for anyone who wishes to integrate with or develop on top of Fuse, including the network and node software development.