No, not Golos, but the Twitter competitor that Block One announced recently.
From what I've gathered so far without researching much or caring enough about it:
You can't buy it, only earn. Sell I guess you can, but who's gonna buy it if you can't buy it? Anyway.
ID Verification to fight bots and fake users. Remember that one Korean game that had strict ID verifcation to avoid botters yet people went and purchased the rights to use social security numbers from homeless people? Yeah that was just for a game.
Then something about buying power to boost your comments to the top. Something about if you've boosted your comment/post but someone outboosts you you get part or all of the bid back. Interesting I guess.
Anyway, those of you that were on Steem before we went linear curve may remember all the "black market/behind the curtain" deals that took place. Yes, people sold their voting power either way, now it's just way more public since most voting power is concentrated in bid bots.
What I'm trying to say is that no matter how much you'll try to avoid abuse, fake, bots, etc. If there's money to be made they will find a way.
There's even gold sellers spamming ads on a private WoW server I'm playing on right now and the owners can not figure a way to silence them.
People will want to remain anonymous for a lot of reasons, to exclude all of those just to minimize bot use seems a bit weird to me. There are plenty of verified accounts that do much worse things than anonymous accounts.
Anyway, feel free to discuss. I don't believe I will be trying Voice out so I may be a bit biased to think that they hyped it up way too much for what they delivered. But that's crypto, no surprise there.