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The $HTM token allows its holders to take part in the governance and decide on the future of the entire Hatom Ecosystem.

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Total Voting Power
300,000
Wallet
200,000
Staking Module
50,000
Safety Module
50,000
Wallet Balance Engaged in Voting
1,000.00
Staking Module Balance Engaged in Voting
500.00
Safety Module Balance Engaged in Voting
500.00
Available to Redeem
50.00

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Find out below the different tiers that correspond to your HTM balance


Tier1250 HTM
Tier21,000 HTM
Tier33,000 HTM
Tier410,000 HTM
Tier530,000 HTM

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#11

Proposal: Deployment on the Mainnet

The Hatom Protocol has been operating on the Devnet during a beta test phase for a period of more than 3 months; this proposal aims to define if the Hatom Lending Protocol should now be deployed into the Mainnet.

78.58% Voted Yes24,428,266 voting power
21.42% Voted No6,660,000 voting power
Voting starts:November 28, 18:00 UTC
Voting ends:December 5, 18:00 UTC
  • Turnout
    45.00%
  • Contracts Status
    Active
  • Total Voting Power
    45,543,900
78.58%
Voted Yes
#10

Proposal: Integration of the Safety Module

The Safety Module is an important feature that acts as an additional security layer to the protocol in case of a shortfall event. Its development has been completed, and this proposal aims to define whether or not we should start the frontend integration to deploy it in the Devnet later on.

78.58% Voted Yes
21.42% Voted No
Voting starts:November 28, 18:00 UTC
Voting ends:December 5, 18:00 UTC
#9

Proposal: Development of the Liquid staking module

Begin the development of a novel liquid staking model that follows DeFi 2.0 policies and splits the liquidity fairly among the Whitelisted validators making the Blockchain even more decentralized. This will allow sEGLD to be used across all DeFi Apps within the MutiversX ecosystem, and most importantly, avoid diluting the liquidity.

78.58% Voted Yes
21.42% Voted No
Voting starts:November 28, 18:00 UTC
Voting ends:December 5, 18:00 UTC

Latest Proposal

#8

Proposal: Integrate a Chain-link like price oracle.

A price oracle is a fundamental component of any lending protocol. This proposal intends to decide whether we should solidify the current price oracle by updating it and integrating the recent chain-link-like price oracle that has been made available on the MultiversX blockchain.

78.58% Voted Yes24,428,266 voting power
21.42% Voted No6,660,000 voting power
  • Turnout
    45.00%
  • Contracts Status
    Active
  • Total Voting Power
    45,543,900
78.58%
Voted Yes
#7

Proposal: Deployment on the Devnet

The development of the Lending Protocol has been completed; both Runtime Verification and Peckshield have audited it, and it has undergone multiple internal tests. The proposal aims to define if the lending protocol should be deployed on the Devnet and made available to whitelisted Beta testers.

78.58% Voted Yes
21.42% Voted No
#6

Proposal: Set MEX collateral factor to 60%

The collateral factor is a sensitive parameter that defines the maximum amount you can borrow against your collateral inside the lending protocol. This proposition intends to decide whether we should update the collateral factor of the MEX token and increase it to 60%.

21.42% Voted Yes
78.58% Voted No
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FAQs

Looking for information? Our FAQ section may have what you need.

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What is Hatom Governance?

Hatom has implemented an on-chain governance mechanism, which allows HTM token holders to vote for protocol changes directly on the blockchain. This system was designed to empower individual users and enhance their participation in deciding the future trajectory of the ecosystem. Proposals for protocol changes are presented to the community through polls to decide whether those changes will be implemented or not.

What do I need to vote?

To vote and participate in the governance process, you’d need to hold Hatom tokens as it defines your voting power. Token holders play a vital role in determining the protocol's future trajectory.

How do I vote?

The voting process is simple. You can do it in 3 steps:

  1. 1. Check the active proposal you want to vote on.
  2. 2. Connect your wallet and click on the Vote button.
  3. 3. Select the amount of HTM you want to use to vote and confirm the transaction in your wallet. Congratulations, you have successfully voted on the proposal!

Can I vote multiple times?

Yes, you can vote multiple times, but your HTM tokens can only be used to vote on a proposal once. For example, if you have 10,000 HTM in your wallet and use 6,000 HTM to vote on a proposal, you are still able to use the 4,000 HTM left in your wallet to perform additional votes on that proposal.

What is the Wallet Balance Engaged in Voting?

The Governance mechanism allows you to participate in defining the future of the Hatom Ecosystem using your HTM tokens. The amount of HTM you used to vote on a proposal will be locked during the voting period and is referred to as the Wallet Balance Engaged in Voting.

What is the Available to Redeem Balance?

The HTM tokens you used to vote on a proposal are locked on governance until the end of the voting period. The Available to Redeem Balance represents the amount of HTM tokens used for voting that you can claim at the end of the voting period.
It represents the amount of HTM tokens available for redemption or withdrawal at any given time. The Available to Redeem balance is an important factor to consider when you are seeking to redeem or withdraw your HTM, as it determines the maximum amount you can request.

What is an active proposal?

An active proposal refers to a proposal that has been submitted to be voted on by holders of the HTM token. A proposal remains active for a defined period of time in which holders of the HTM token are able to vote on whether or not the proposition should be implemented. No one can submit additional votes after the end of the voting period. If the majority of the votes are favorable, the proposal will be implemented; otherwise, it will be discarded.

What is a passed proposal?

A passed proposal is a proposal that has successfully gone through the governance process and has been approved by the voters. This means that the proposal has received a majority of votes that were favorable to the implementation of the change proposed.

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