The vote for the second team funding request has now been scheduled and will start in a few days. Indeed, the ccs proposal is now moved to its voting phase and you can now setup your node to vote using Partyman or your favorite Particl client.
This blog post will explain everything you need to know about it, including setting up your Particl node to vote for the proposal.
Voting Period's Details
"proposalid": 10, "name": "Team Funding Proposal 2", "network": "mainnet", "blockheight_start": 1107000, "blockheight_end": 1112039, "link-ccs": "https://ccs.particl.io/proposals/team-funding-proposal-2.html", "link-github": "https://github.com/particl/ccs-proposals/pull/12", "version": 1
The vote for the second team funding request (proposal ID #10) is now scheduled. Because this proposal does not require a protocol consensus changing vote, it will last from block
1,112,039 (5,040 blocks, or roughly 1 week).
Note: Block 1,107,000 is expected to be staked on this coming Saturday the 22nd of January, 2022. If you want to vote on this proposal, it's important that you setup your node(s) before that time to not miss any block.
How to Vote
To learn how you can vote on this proposal, follow the links below and use proposal ID #10. To vote in favour of this proposal, pick option 1. To vote against, pick option 2. If you want to abstain from voting, either don't vote at all or choose option 0. You can follow the in-depth details on how to vote here.
You can vote using Particl's cold staking application Partyman or the wallet you use for staking.
- To learn how to vote, refer to this Particl Wiki tutorial.
- To learn more about Particl's on-chain voting system, click here.
Important: For the proposal to show up on Partyman, make sure you are running the latest version of Partyman. To do so, run
git pullfrom inside the
Voting from Particl Desktop
As of Particl Desktop 3.1, you can now easily vote (and track voting results in real-time) from your desktop client using the governance module. Please note that it requires your desktop client to be actively staking and remain open for the duration of the vote.
The governance module detects whether you're hot staking or cold staking. If you're hot staking, your desktop client will be voting whenever it stakes a block. If you're cold staking, it'll let you know that you need to vote from your cold staking node and give you the instructions how to do it.
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