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What is the reason that we can vote for worker proposals directly whereas committee proposals need to be voted indirectly, i.e. by voting for committee members?
Anyone knows the answer?
Simply to be able to react faster ..

And, the issues to be voted generally require expertise that the average voter doesn't have.  We ask the average voter merely to select people who are qualified as well as trusted to make technical decisions.

If the average person got to choose the proper mix of matter and anti-matter directly, we'd have a lot more warp core breaches.

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What is the reason that we can vote for worker proposals directly whereas committee proposals need to be voted indirectly, i.e. by voting for committee members?
Anyone knows the answer?
Simply to be able to react faster ..

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What is the reason that we can vote for worker proposals directly whereas committee proposals need to be voted indirectly, i.e. by voting for committee members?
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Well fuuuu. That explains it.  :-\

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What is the reason that we can vote for worker proposals directly whereas committee proposals need to be voted indirectly, i.e. by voting for committee members?

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Ok this probably is the most silliest question ever but how do I logout from openledger?
I'm a total beginner as you can see.  :-[
you can click the "lock" .. then your private keys are safe ..
logging out is not yet possible since all your keys are currently stored in your browser
you can delete your wallet to "reset" your wallet.. but make sure to have a backup

The devs are currently working on a blockchain.info style wallet service .. but that may take some more time .. I think they will have a worker for this

Ok Thanks!  :)