SPK Network | The future is decided by your vote on proposals

in SPK Network2 months ago

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Fourth imade is about proposals.

The SPK Network is a community project. There will be a proposal system where the community can vote and chose what is best for the network. Two types of proposals:

  • SPEAK power holders will decide which community proposals are funded.
  • And Hive Power holders, in a different proposal system, will decide the distribution of the unclaimed LARYNX Miner tokens.

You can read more about these proposals in sections 7 and 18 of the SPK Network Light Paper.



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More info about the SPK Network:

The SPK Network is a decentralized Web 3.0 protocol that rewards value creators and infrastructure providers appropriately and autonomously by distributing reward tokens in such a way that every user, creator, and platform, will be able to earn rewards on a level playing field.


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Is there any communication/advertising/fomo-creation outside of Hive? because I think most Hivians are already convinced. Due to the permanent look-up the fomo could be more valuable then it usually is.

If you expect the airdrop to start in 3-4 months and you plan to give a 90 day notice before the snapshot, does that mean we can expect the airdrop date to be announced in the next few weeks?

Exciting ! Reading through all the documents at the moment.

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I love how community-focused SPK is, keep it up! 🙏

really great update; my only concern so far is that many newcomers might have a hard time understanding this complex system. But maybe not everyone has to understand it in such a detailed way to use the network ;)