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Vote on a Mattr Improvement Proposal (MIP)

As an $EMBR token holder, you will actively participate in the decision-making process by voting on governance proposals submitted by the Embr Labs team and community. The voting process may differ depending on the stage of the proposal. This guide will show you how to locate, evaluate, and vote on proposals at each stage of the process.

Temperature Check Stage

Before a proposal becomes an official Mattr Improvement Proposal (MIP) that can be voted on by the community, it may go through a "temperature check" stage to gauge community interest and feedback. This stage is an opportunity for the proposer to gather initial feedback and refine their proposal before submitting it as an official MIP. As an $EMBR token holder, you can participate in the decision-making process during this stage by providing feedback and expressing your support or concerns.

In this how-to guide, we'll walk you through the steps for participating in the "temperature check" stage.

Join the community: Before you can participate in the temperature check stage, you must first be a member of the Embr community. You can join the community through various social media channels.

Locate the proposal: Once you are a member of the community, you can locate the proposal that is currently in the temperature check stage. This can be found on the Mattr website, social media channels or community forums.

Review the proposal: Take the time to carefully review the proposal and consider its potential impact on the Mattr One Protocol and community. This is also a good time to ask any questions you may have about the proposal.

Provide feedback: Share your thoughts and feedback on the proposal with the community. This can be done through community forums, social media channels or direct messaging with community leaders.

Encourage participation: Encourage other community members to also provide feedback and participate in the temperature check stage. The more participation and feedback, the better informed the community will be when making a decision on the proposal.

Proposals in the "off-chain vote" stage

If the proposal passes the temperature check, it will move on to an off-chain vote facilitated by Snapshot. To pass this stage, the proposal must meet two thresholds:

The proposal must receive more votes in favour than against; and

The proposal should receive votes from X% of votable tokens

The official link to the MIP will be shared across Embr social channels to allow you to vote on the proposal:

Navigate to Snapshot.

Click the Connect wallet button in the top right corner.

Connect with the wallet provider where you hold the tokens relevant for the space you want to vote in.

Open the Mattr One Snapshot Space and locate the proposal you'd like to vote on (or click the Snapshot link shared in the Embr social channels).

Select the option(s) you want to vote for.

Click to Vote button and sign the message via your wallet provider when prompted.

Voilà! You have casted a vote 🎉

Please Note:

Ensure that your wallet holds at least 5000 $EMBR tokens to be eligible for 1 vote. If you do not meet this requirement, you will not be able to cast a vote.

If you are using MetaMask you'll need to scroll to the end of the signature and click on the arrow down for the Sign button to become active.

Voting on Snapshot doesn't affect your account or the funds that are associated to it.

Updated on: 09/11/2023

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