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The results can be viewed at: https://node.nebulas.io/govern?period=3
6 Approved Proposals
1. New products & tools:
- NIP403 — Create a Wrapped version of NAS on Ethereum allowing for more liquidity, interoperability & DeFi. by Dustin
- NIP407 — Nebulas Telegram Bot by Everstake — 3,000 USDT
- NIP411 — Build Nebulas-based Light Transaction Contract “Inquiry”, Prioritize NAS:NAX Transactions — 2 by Ravin — 8,000 USDT
2. Community & marketing:
- NIP405 — Start Nebulas Persian Community by ali021–100 USDT\
- NIP410 — Nebulas Sri Lankan Telegram/Twitter/Facebook/Medium Operation ( July 2020) by malith123–250 USDT
- NIP412 — WeChat Group Operation(third party) 2020.7 by MatricZ — 750 USDT
Total value: 12,100 USDT
The quality of the proposals has improved, the rate of approval of the proposals has been raised, and the 100% support rate of the proposals has been put forward.
Node count went From 39 to 49：
The day before the latest governance vote, the project for proposal NIP355 went live and within one day, the number of nodes increased from 39 to 49. With this new rule, when 21 consensus nodes are selected, the last node is randomly generated from 51 candidate nodes and is called a lucky node. This results in both new and low ranked nodes to be more often selected as a consensus node.
8 node meetings：
Since March 31, 2020, there have been a total of 8 meetings with the English and Chinese node operators and attracted 16 participants in one meeting.
Views by the node operators were expressed about the governance processes and proposals. Meeting overviews can be viewed at community.nebulas.io.
50% approval rating:
While the total number of proposals was smaller during this last governance cycle,the quality of proposals have improved with the help of the Nebulas Technical Committee. In addition, the proposal NIP293 went into effect which eliminated the abstain votes from the calculation. As a result, 50% of the proposals were approved!...
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