When a proposal has been submitted, you can vote using Governor Mills in Anchor.
Unless you have delegated to someone else, you will need to pay the Ethereum gas fee for the transaction as voting takes place on the Ethereum blockchain.
To be eligible to vote, you need to delegate your votes either to yourself or to a Delegate before a proposal goes live.
Delegates can be seen as public voices or representatives chosen by the Inverse Finance community. You can track their votes on Anchor and read any discussions they take part of in the Forum and on Discord.
Once a Delegate reaches 1000 votes they’ll gain the power to queue draft proposals up for an on-chain vote.
Delegating your votes to a person of your choice will cost you no gas as you only need to sign a cryptographic proof using your wallet. You simply send them a direct message with the proof and the Delegate will register it on-chain.
The 1000 vote threshold for queuing a draft proposal is subject to change via a DAO vote, meaning it is likely to be raised in the future to compensate for inflation.
Can I redirect my votes?
You can easily re-delegate to someone who better represents your interests, or to yourself. We encourage you to share your viewpoint in the Delegate's Discord channel.
Remember, you can always decide to redirect your votes to a new delegate at any time!
How do I delegate my voting power?
1) You can find our current delegates in the Governance tab on Anchor and delegates are available for conversation through our Discord in the #delegates-pitch Discord channel and on the Inverse Forum.
3) Copy-paste the outcome and send it to your delegate via Direct Message on Discord so that he can lock in your vote. Your tokens will remain in your account at all times. You must send this to your delegate so that they can lock in your vote.
Note: If you lend/delegate your vote to someone else then you CAN’T vote anymore. They will vote for you. You have to trust that your delegate represents your interests but you can check their on-chain track record. It’s free of charge.