Decred ticket holders can vote on all aspects of the governance system (proposals, consensus upgrades & treasury spending) all from within the Decrediton wallet.
In other blockchain projects, consensus upgrade proposals are conducted through polls, forums or on-chain flagging mechanisms. In Decred’s case, the coin holder is the only participate that gets to decide whether the upgrade will go ahead or not.
Decred’s privacy mixing service “stakeshuffle” is incredibly easy to use and has many desirable features, including a large anonymity set and post-quantum secure mixing.
DCR Tickets are used to validate blocks & the miners work (POW). They can also be used to vote on governance issues.
We’ve setup up our DCRDEX instance using Decrediton. Now it’s time to activate the wallets so we can add funds and start trading.
One of the things that makes Decrediton compelling is its built-in Exchange. With the release of DCRDEX 0.6 this feature has expanded the wallets capabilities. It’s now even easier to swap in and out of DCR and other digital assets.
Decred’s staking mechanism is extremely attractive to investors wanting to gain yield whilst holding DCR.