Diardi Election — Results

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MasterMind  · 1 min read · November 24, 2022
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Hello everyone!

As you all may know, the Diardi election concluded last week and was a great success. Thanks to everyone who participated; you are contributing to making Scala more distributed and decentralized.


72 participants applied to become node operators, and more than 130M vXLA tokens were used to vote.

After some internal discussion within the core team, we decided to elect 36 nodes in total.

The 32 community candidates with the most votes in the election application will have the opportunity to become node operators.

We also decided to elect 4 node operators within the core team for further testing and development on mainnet.

What next?

The 32 selected candidates from the community will be contacted on Discord or by email by one of the core team members.

They will receive instructions on configuring their node and server on the final testnet that is about to begin.

During the testnet, we will verify the operation of Diardi and familiarize the team with the operators and vice versa.

All communications will be handled in our Discord server, in a dedicated channel. If you haven’t joined our Discord yet, please do it now!

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