The Syscoin Development Team is happy to release a Beta version of the Syscoin proposal and voting portal at syshub.org. SYShub is an easy-to-use graphical interface to Syscoin’s decentralized governance system, allowing voting, proposal creation, news and proposal discussion.
Creating proposals and keeping track of votes is currently done through the Syscoin QT command-line interface and is difficult for the average user. Learning about proposals can also be a cumbersome task as they are currently discussed rather informally in our Slack channel with no centralized repository for documentation or details. SYShub alleviates these difficulties by introducing an easy-to-use portal for creating proposals, documentation, voting and keeping track of other governance information.
SYShub is currently a closed-source project, however, community members who are interested in contributing to its development or wish to vet the code are invited to contact the Syscoin team in Slack or on Telegram.
Current functionality includes:
VOTING IS CURRENTLY DISABLED. We look forward to enabling this shortly!
While this is a Beta version, it is fully functional for voting and creating proposals. These are pending issues that will be addressed in a future version:
If there are any issues not on this list, please create an issue on Github
SYShub was developed by new Syscoin Development Team member Andres Cortes with oversight from Jag Sidhu, Brad Hammerstron, Dan Wasyluk, Sebastian Schepis, Willy Ko, Sebastien DiMichele, help from Blockchain Foundry staff J and Quang Nguyen. Input from Syscoin Community Marketing Team (SCMT) members Ryan, Michiel, Redrace and MCA plus additional testing from Doublesharp and JohnP have made this a collaborative community project.
This project is ongoing and funding has originated from combined efforts by Syscoin Team members, Syscoin Asia Community, Syscoin community members and Blockchain Foundry Inc.
We’re happy to welcome two excellent and experienced developers, Argenis Villasmil and Andreas Cortes to the Syscoin development team. As lead developer of SYShub Andres Cortes has worked with Syscoin core since February 2016 on a number of Syscoin-related projects including SYShub and Blockmarket Desktop. Argenis Villasmil has worked with the Syscoin protocol since February 2016 as well, as lead developer of Masterminer and other Syscoin based projects. With these new additions, we continue building an exiting future for Syscoin!
Your power, your voice! By owning a Syscoin Masternode you help power a global cryptocurrency network and can vote on changes to the network through decentralized governance! You can earn up to 12% returns, propose additional marketing, development, or request funds to create your own project based on the Syscoin protocol. With lower fees than most blockchains, faster asset transactions through Z-DAG, leveraging the most stable and secure network to ever exist through BTC merge-mining and continuous improvement by some of the most experienced blockchain developers on Earth, the Syscoin Platform is poised to change the world!
For more information about Syscoin visit Syscoin.org or one of our social media channels:
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Need help? Join the Syscoin Slack #help channel for troubleshooting support. If you aren’t on the Syscoin Slack yet, follow instructions at http://join.syscoin.org