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For decentralized governance on Ethereum, why is Snapshot considered "off-chain" but Tally considered "on-chain"?

Why is Snapshot is considered to be "off-chain" and Tally considered to be "on-chain" when they both support decentralized governance? And what does that actually mean practically -...
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How to decode the calldata of governor bravo actions in javascript? [duplicate]

Governor Bravo allows to query proposals data. getActions allows us to know what is going to be executed. docs link How can I decode this information to be human readable so that they can be shown in ...
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Governance Voting Power based on staking

I am using openzeppelin Governance contract i want to made some changes in terms of "how to calculate the voting power" I want to calculate voting power like that VP = T * M Where: ● VP is ...
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Deploy Governance how to configure simple timelock from remix

I went to OpenZeppelin's wizard to attempt to set up a simple token with Governance, I'm can see examples of the token but I'm wondering what the standard deployment for a TimelockController is. I ...
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what is the purpose of minimum delay in timelock/governance by open zeppelin?

In Open Zeppelin's Governance/Timelock contracts, what is the purpose of minDelay and how is it used?
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Self-delegation in ERC20Votes

I'm using the ERC20Votes extension from OpenZeppelin for my ERC20 token and I would like to assign balance = voting power. If I understood the documentation correctly, in order to have your voting ...
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Voting without paying fees

I'm Alex and currently exploring the governance smart contracts. I would like to create an ERC20 token where holders are able to vote/sign multiple propositions made by the owners account. Is there a ...
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Why is delegatecall returning 0 and erroring?

I'm working with OpenZeppelin upgradable proxies, as well as their governance. I have a propose function that looks like: function propose( address[] memory targets, uint256[] memory ...
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Can any sort of transactions be executed on Layer-2?

I am new to DeFi space. I would like to understand the following: When transactions are executed on layer-2, is there only specific sort of transactions that can be executed on layer 2? Let's say I ...
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What does engaging in protocol governance of Ethereum network mean?

I wanted to understand what does protocol governance in Ethereum mean? I know that the protocol in Ethereum from the basics: A platform that is decentralized and enables you to build smart contracts. ...
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Was Uniswap a DAO even before it had it's governance token, the UNI?

A Decentralised Autonomous Organization is governed by a governance token. So democratically, everybody who owns the token could vote on proposals and submit proposals too for the whole DAO. Uniswap ...
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Governance voting option for a platform similar to compound that is dynamic and people can make their own options apart from yes/no

it should just read the voting power and let people vote between different options. the result needs to be logged, how can I create a simple smart contract for the 3rd choice or option for people ...
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MakerDAO MKR Withdrawal. Continuous Approval Voting

When I want to vote on some proposals, I need to lock some MKR tokens. Does it mean that I withdraw my MKR tokens, then the result of voting may change even after it has finished? Does Continuous ...
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Staking algorithms: are there any common grounds or each one develops per to it's own understanding?

Staking algorithms and rewards scheme If it needs to be developed, is there any common source of truth on how to implement this or everyone making their own one? If governance contract needs some ...
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Does more miners mean lower gas prices?

I hope the question is self explanatory but, basically I wonder if the Ethereum code is made in a way that id there is more miners, would that in turn allow for lower gas prices or transactions to be ...
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about Ethereum governance

could anyone tell me about Ethereum's decision making. I am new about that. for example how the roadmap decided or who decide it how make decision of softfork or hardfork how appropriate code is ...
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How do upgrades at Ethereum work?

How to make an upgrade, e.g. Metropolis, Casper etc, at Ethereum? I mean, if someone proposes an upgrade to Ethereum network, how can it be made concrete?
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What business cases can be made for using Ethereum as a platform?

I am not sure if this is the right place for a high level technology choice question. If not, please direct me to the appropriate forum. Context I am involved in a business that deals with payment ...
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Classification of the information flows and protocols within the Ethereum platform

I've been attempting to classify the information flows and protocols within the Ethereum system. To do this, I extended the OSI model to include 4 extra layers: consensus (the algorithm by which ...
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What is the Slock.it DAO for?

I'm basing this question on information from the whitepaper. The Slock.it DAO is meant to decentralize a trust. In their system, proposals are smart contracts DAO participants vote on. My issue is ...
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Are there plans to self-fund/self-govern the development of Ethereum software? [closed]

Are there any plans to get this project self-funded and self-governanced? Maybe some schemes as in DASH? They have developed an incentivisation model of network participants by dividing block reward ...
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What are the roles of ETHDEV, ETHCORE and the Ethereum Foundation?

I am trying to understand the institutional setup of Ethereum. I could identify the following institutions: (1) The Ethereum foundation, (2) ETHDEV and (3) ETHCORE. The foundation (1) is apparently ...
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When there is an unexpected hardfork, what is the procedure taken by the core team?

Imagine Ethereum had a hardfork like this one that Bitcoin experienced. Ethereum can learn from this and can be prepared to be more efficient during the crisis, minimize panic, minimize other ...
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