Splinterlands Releases First Version of Community Proposals System
The Community Proposals v1 is a simplified version of the full system where Splinterlands players can publish proposal posts by paying a 100k DEC fee while following various guidelines.
The Splinterlands team has announced the release of Community Proposals v1, the first and simplified version of the full system.
Players can now propose their ideas by paying a 100k DEC fee, sending the tokens to a null address on the Hive blockchain using the same account from which the proposal post will be published. When publishing the proposal post, players should make sure they include the Hive blockchain transaction containing the DEC payment “as the VERY FIRST LINE in the post.” The post should also be tagged with #spsproposal. There will be no refunds for the fee due to the fee being burned when sent.
Once published, SPS stakeholders will have 7 days to upvote and downvote the post. After this voting period ends, the Splinterlands developers will check the total amount of staked SPS held by those who upvoted and downvoted. If the total staked SPS is a minimum of 5% of the current total staked SPS in the entire system, and 66% are upvotes, then the team will move the proposal to an official vote, putting it up on the official proposals page of the Splinterlands website, so long as the post meets all the proposal guidelines.
For the full details on how this early version of the community-focused system works, check out the official article here.