Today, June 18, an AMA session was held on the topic of the contest for the development of the mechanics of blockchain elections in Guatemala.
Question: How will GOV tokens be distributed?
Answer: Based on the results of the audit, each participant can request the number of tokens that he is entitled to. A special emitting contract will issue these tokens and transfer them to the participant’s address.
Question: How do I use GOV tokens?
Answer: Detailed information about this will be posted in the specification because now it is difficult to predict whether they will be used to buy something.
Question: What conditions must be achieved for a decision to be made?
Answer: We think that in this case, the SMV logic is best. If all the participants vote, then the decision for which a simple majority voted: 50% + 1, is considered as adopted; if 33% voted for some decision, and 0% against, then the decision is also considered as adopted.
Question: How many validators are needed to validate data?
Answer: It depends on the number of validators assigned to a particular voting center. For example, if three validators are assigned to a center, then it will be enough to receive confirmation from two of them. And if, for example, a thousand validators are assigned to each center? In this case, the validators who confirmed the data should have a significant percentage advantage over those who did not confirm them.
More questions and answers you’ll find in the video: