1 token does not equal 1 vote; tokens are used to pay platform fees and access platform functions. The cost per vote is something we set customer to customer. We do not expect that Indonesia will pay the same as the USA, as example. The cost of traditional processes are already very different place to place, based on the strength of local economies, and the cost of new processes must consider these economic realities as well. Additionally, the cost per vote is detailed in fiat for our customers, despite it actually being paid with supplies of HST. Our goal is to reduce customer complexities, and thus barriers, for quick adoption. Additional supplies will be needed for other functions, such as constituency incentivisation.
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- How does the Ethereum wallet/keys work? Do I actually have a local wallet?
- Is your token sale contract on GitHub?
- Can I confirm the contract address on your website somehow?
- How does Horizon State differ to groups such as Flux, who use blockchain for voting?
- Won’t you need national governments signed on for this to be successful?
- How do I participate in the ICO?
- Have you guys had any previous funding from VCs, Seed Investment, or your own funds?
- Where is your Proof Of Concept?
- What is the estimated ICO price per token in USD?
- Are you using "X" for identification?