As mentioned earlier this week, the delegated output claim management proposal has just been published on the CCS. This proposal, which seeks to implement a streamlined and more efficient way to process manual output claims and reactivate temporarily disabled anon and blind balances, is now open for public discussion.
The proposal will remain in its discussion phase for the next few days, after which it will move to its voting phase. We will clearly communicate when, exactly, the voting period will start using Particl’s usual communication channels.
How to vote on this proposal will be indicated on the proposal’s page itself whenever it moves to the voting phase. We will also publish a separate tutorial on Particl Wiki.
Please note that you will need Particl’s cold staking application Partyman or your favorite Particl client to vote on this proposal. If you have coins on a staking pool, be aware that they will vote in accordance with the pool’s voting parameters.
- To read the proposal and provide comments/feedback, please follow this link.
- To know how the on-chain voting system works, please follow this link.
- For any additional question about the proposal, the current events, and the proposed solutions, please visit the AMA/FAQ thread on Reddit by following this link.
We want to thank you for your continued and strong support through all of this. We are happy to fix this issue and move ahead, building great things in the months and years to come.
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