Validator's voting

Validator voting is the second round activated when configuring the Validators assigned during creating a DAO or when making further changes to the DAO's constitution. It is an additional security measure designed to protect the DAO from malicious proposals and manipulations, similar to double-factor authentication. After the main voting phase, the Validator voting begins. Validators use a separate token that cannot be transferred to another wallet. Validator voting takes effect after the main voting phase and also has its own quorum and voting duration settings. After the Validator voting ends, the proposal is either accepted and proceeds to the execution stage or rejected.

Additionally, Validators have their own types of proposals that they can conduct without involving the entire DAO. These proposals are essential for managing the DAO's sustainability processes that do not require full DAO participation to avoid slowing down operations.

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