BitShares – Rough guide How to Vote [for the ‘2017-12-infrastructure’ worker proposal]

BitShares – Rough guide How to Vote [for the ‘2017-12-infrastructure’ worker proposal]

bitshares worker how-to: Wishing to remind all community members and BTS shareholders to vote for the infrastructure BitShares worker proposal by BitShares Foundation aka @xeroc

How to vote for the proposal

Welcome to this bitshares worker how-to mini guide. Following this BitShares worker proposal how-to will improve the BitShares infrastructure and performance for all users. If you have an account for BitShares, then you can follow the steps below to vote for the BitShares worker proposal for infrastructure improvements. It costs just a fraction of BTS (0.017).

– Here is a quick guide on how to vote for BitShares worker proposals in the BitShares UI –
bitshares worker how-to

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Just go to your account and select ‘ACCOUNT’ tab at the top. From there, access the Voting section. Select ‘Workers’ tab and ‘Proposed’ to view the not yet voted into action proposals. Toggle your vote for the proposal, then SAVE.

Your vote counts towards the decisions BitShares makes as a business. If you aren’t familiar with voting for BitShares worker proposals, detailed coverage of this along with witnesses and committee members coming in our next post! Thank you for following this bitshares worker how-to vote guide, and you can check the latest proposals in the DEX. Browse our blog/news section on this site for more detailed posts regaring BitShares. We will continue providing more updates on this site as time goes on. Worker proposals are essential in order to support the costs and efforts for running the BitShares network. Fees alone are accumulated to the reserve pool, however this pool does need to be claimed or it will be burned, to further keep some inflation on BitShares.