Gridcoin whitelist poll: Should DENIS be whitelisted? (vote until February 23)

in gridcoin •  2 years ago  (edited)

Gridcoin

Until 23rd February, 2017 Gridcoin users can vote in this poll:

 Should DENIS be whitelisted?

Results so far (A), on:

You can see other ongoing polls here:

Further info:

You can vote like this:

Windows users:

  • If your wallet is encrypted, fully unlock the wallet (not just for 'staking only').
  • Click "Advanced", then click "Voting" to launch the voting menu.
  • Right-click on "Whitelist poll: Should DENIS be whitelisted?"
  • Click "vote".
  • You have as options: Yes, No, Abstain

Linux users (QT Wallet/daemon):

  • Fully unlock your wallet.
  • Navigate to the Debug Console (Help - Debug Window - Console (tab) )
  • You have as options: Yes, No, Abstain
  • Enter one of the following commands:
    ** e.g. vote with "Yes" like this: execute vote whitelist_poll_:should_denis_be_whitelisted? Yes
    ** e.g. vote with "No" like this: execute vote whitelist_poll
    :should_denis_be_whitelisted? No
    ** e.g. vote with "Abstain" like this: execute vote whitelist_poll
    :_should_denis_be_whitelisted? Abstain

notes:

  • (A): Poll results on Gridcoin Research Corp are still calculated by the old formula when magnitude and balance was 50%/50%. GridcoinStats displays poll results by the new formula that was voted new ca. a month ago.
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73% of the voter shares did NOT want DENIS in the whitelist

@erkan may I advise you to not include gridresearchcorp due to that the page still hasn't changed their display of voting shares. That page shows its a close call of 53% against vs 47% for it but its not correct.

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steemit posts can't be edited after 30 days: when RTM changes the calc, users have both sources (also good: in case 1 day one of 'em disappears)

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sure, it's your call. By the way, soon Steemit editing may be possible indefinitely, which is good :)

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that feature would be indeed nice :-)