Through voting, it is possible to upgrade, fund a team with tokens from the Community Pool to create unique tools, and much more.
Needless to say, as much as voting is a right, it is also a duty.
Although the discussion about the importance of distributing the voting power among active validators in the hubs and not to centralized entities would be much wider, it is extremely important to remember that delegators can overwrite the vote of their validator at any time if not satisfied with its choice (obviously this in relation to the voting power possessed by the delegator itself).
Be an active part of the success of a project,
Participate actively in Governance!
*In this tutorial we will use Cosmos Hub as an example, but the process is applicable for all integrated Chains.
- First, go to Keplr App: once on the Home Page, click on [DashBoard] in the upper right corner.
- Once you have spotted the section dedicated to Cosmos Hub in the navigation bar on the left, select [Governance] from the available options.
- On the governance page, you will find all the information about current and past on-chain proposals: in this tutorial, we will take as reference the Cosmos Governance Proposal #34 — Luna Mission.
Proposals for which you can vote are marked with the blue tag [Voting Period].
- In case you haven’t had time to check out the Cosmos forum or the Governance telegram chat, you can read the full text of the proposal in order to cast an informed vote by clicking on [Details].
Instead, if you are up to date on the topic, go to [🐇 How to Cast your Vote].