Increasing the Proposal Rejection Cost
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2022-04-21, 12:39:34 PM UTC
Yes
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29.510
%
No
10.624
%
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    delimiter above). Otherwise, the proposal is rejected. Before a proposal is decided by Simple Majority, the voting period can be extended in order to “wait for quiet”. Such voting period extensions occur when a proposal’s voting results turn from either a Yes majority to a No majority or vice versa.
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