The current voting process is anonymous. It will be impossible to prevent any major ADA holders from influencing voting to favor a particular project proposal and take money from Treasury. However, robust safeguards are in place. These are as follows:-
The proposal goes through an open assessment process. Most probably, a
pure money-draining proposal will ...
Yes, firmwares updates for this feature has been already submitted to both Trezor and Ledger.
Now, it is up to them, when they will release an update of their firmware to their customers.
Edit: they are now both available in your favorite wallet :)
Voltaire is the more general, umbrella term for all governance that will eventually be included in the Cardano protocol. This will include modifications to protocol level parameters such as "a0" and "k" (nOpt), CIPs (Cardano Improvement Proposals), as well as funding initiatives. The funding initiatives are what fall under the Project ...
A "challenge setting" challenge is how the Catalyst community chooses the themes and funding for some of the Catalyst challenges following the next six-week cycle.
They are significantly different than most other challenges.
No reward is given to proposers
Proposals suggest new challenges
They do not contains proposals or solutions
Funds requested ...
As Dor Garbash mentioned there are several reasons:
performance - the reason why they delayed Fund4 is that now the engineering team is working to improve the overall processes so that more people can participate
fraud - to prevent people who don't want to invest time and resources of the project but want to harm the community. So if this barrier is low ...
The members of the campaign team are listed at the bottom of the "about" tab for each challenge (Ideascale calls them campaigns)
e.g. for the "Dev Ecosystem" challenge, they are listed at the bottom of this "about" tab.
Right now, you cannot, as IdeaScale does not support it. It's embarrassing.
Over time, the Catalyst project hopefully migrates away from IdeaScale to a custom solution. It would be also very cool, if this is built from the catalyst funds by the community.
Looks like it does not at this time. If you use Yoroi and move the rewards over from the reward key to the main wallet that is one work around. The other would be to have a tx on Daedalus as that seems to consolidate from the staking key as well to the main wallet.
However, I'm not sure about future versions of catalyst which could change how this functions ...
Your approach is mostly correct.
We need at least one transaction including your Catalyst key in the metadata and associating it with your staking account. There is no other way to do this since your Catalyst key is derived from your wallet private key and requires a signing step. After that happens, it is possible to not require any additional registration ...
The assessments made by Community advisors are mailed to the proposer as a Google Sheet. The proposer can mark infringements as he finds in the assessment in the sheet. If a proposer has not received he can contact in the related telegram channel. Please refer this QA Stage
While Project Catalyst is for commercial and non-commercial Cardano projects, you are not limited to specific resources that fund only Cardano projects.
Venture Capital and non-commercial typically do not go hand-in-hand together. VCs have an interest in your company/project's success. They give you money so you (or one of your competitors who they also fun) ...
Not at the moment, as the fund rounds are still small.
But in the very near future, in order to vote in Catalyst, you would have to freeze your funds for the period of voting. This will prevent larger regulated entities such as binance, eToro or Kraken to participate, as it is against their regulation to prevent customer's liquidity.
Each wallet will represent its own amount of ADA and will have its own representation for voting. You won't be able to pool the amounts together and will have to register each wallet to vote independently.
I found another answer in this article about Cardano (from 2019).
This paragraph in particular:
In Cardano, exchanges will get special enterprise exchange addresses that cannot participate in network consensus and governance. Although there is no technical way to enforce exchanges to use these, social pressure by the exchanges’ customers could push them to ...
The user page of IOHK on Crowdcast has all the recent town halls in chronological order. The recordings have their presentation slides and the questions (asked and answered) included in the player.
The recordings on IOHK's YouTube playlist only has the video stream available.
The Catalyst app is a work in progress and has been improving over time. What was once just IOHK is now many development teams working on scores of projects, and the team responsible for Catalyst may be prioritizing the website over the iOS app, and this is not even to mention that they have to develop an Android app simultaneously as well. It is a lot of ...
You either have to vote with your first account, than reinstall the app (or just wipe its storage) and vote again with your second account.
Alternatively you can use any application cloning app on iOS that will allow you to setup the same application with two acocunts.
The vCA's have a google doc (bear with us for now) that we share amongst ourselves for tracking review the reviewers. The CAs remain anonymous while the vCA's do not.
There has been some talk about in the future having a way for CAs to anonymously receive feedback for their reviews that were flagged in order to help guide CAs in the right direction.
I think ...
You can already vote using the Catalyst mobile app if you have ADA in a wallet you control.
That said, it's still in a kind of beta phase that depends on the Ideascale platform.
In the end, there will probably be a voting section inside the Daedalus and Yoroi wallets and we will no longer need Ideascale for the voting process.
It is unknown yet how long it ...