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Your main wallet

Everyone is able to acquire a wallet free of charge which is completely anonymous to other users, all servers and their databases. No one but you knows about your wallet so be careful when registering one!

Your main wallet

Everyone is able to acquire a wallet free of charge which is completely anonymous to other users, all servers and their databases. No one but you knows about your wallet so be careful when registering one!

2  Your voting wallet

Once you have acquired your main wallet, you are eligable to create a voting wallet. This wallet is only made to enable the users (that want to vote) to create the future of this coin. The ID of this wallet is only known by the voting server which needs the ID to ensure that each wallet can only vote once for every proposed change.

2  Your voting wallet

Once you have acquired your main wallet, you are eligable to create a voting wallet. This wallet is only made to enable the users (that want to vote) to create the future of this coin. The ID of this wallet is only known by the voting server which needs the ID to ensure that each wallet can only vote once for every proposed change.

3 Set up a proposal

On Societatis owned voting plattform, you are able to propose changes anonymously. Reach out to the voting forum and find the link to the proposal registration form and fill it out completely. The simpler your idea is formulated, the higher the chance that it will be put to vote!

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3 Set up a proposal

On Societatis owned voting plattform, you are able to propose changes anonymously. Reach out to the voting forum and find the link to the proposal registration form and fill it out completely. The simpler your idea is formulated, the higher the chance that it will be put to vote!

4 Review other proposals 

If you have already registered on the voting plattform, you are able to view the proposals created by the community. You can find them under “Proposals” where you can also filter by “New“, “Hot” and “Nominated“.

Under “New” you can find any proposals as they are created.

Under “Hot” you can find proposals that have already gotten several upvotes.

Under “Nominated” you can find the (expected) nomination list of all the changes. On this list you will find the five most upvoted posts of this month. You can click them and lear more about it, comment and discuss with the community about this proposal.

One week before the end of the month, the top five most upvoted proposals will be locked. Development will then start to estimate the workload for the proposed change. 

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4 Review other proposals 

If you have already registered on the voting plattform, you are able to view the proposals created by the community. You can find them under “Proposals” where you can also filter by “New“, “Hot” and “Nominated“.

Under “New” you can find any proposals as they are created.

Under “Hot” you can find proposals that have already gotten several upvotes.

Under “Nominated” you can find the (expected) nomination list of all the changes. On this list you will find the five most upvoted posts of this month. You can click them and lear more about it, comment and discuss with the community about this proposal.

One week before the end of the month, the top five most upvoted proposals will be locked. Development will then start to estimate the workload for the proposed change. 

5  Start using your voting wallet

 

Once you have transfered a small amount of SCTS to your voting wallet you can start voting! This is done by transfering 1 coin to the designated voting option.

For example: 
If you want to want to vote “Yes” for the proposal to list SCTS at a example (i.e. Binance), you can donate at least one coin to the approving wallet.

As mentioned in step 4, every change has a development estimation attached to it. The threshold must be reached in order to develop this change. You can also start developing for the community. Just head over to “Application center” in order to apply for open job positions!

5  Start using your voting wallet

 

Once you have transfered a small amount of SCTS to your voting wallet you can start voting! This is done by transfering 1 coin to the designated voting option.

For example: 
If you want to want to vote “Yes” for the proposal to list SCTS at a example (i.e. Binance), you can donate at least one coin to the approving wallet.

As mentioned in step 4, every change has a development estimation attached to it. The threshold must be reached in order to develop this change. You can also start developing for the community. Just head over to “Application center” in order to apply for open job positions!