Those left behind

I feel ashamed to be in the same community with a group of people who don’t have the spirit of contract

You can vote against it sheesh, that’s how is works :roll_eyes:

Too many shameless proposals will consume the enthusiasm of the community. And show people that you are greedy, disobeying the rules, and damaging the reputation of the community. Do disgusting things in a democratic way

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If you insist on doing so, it will open up a bad example. In the future, all the things missed will be voted endlessly to start over again. The fact is that many things in this world can’t come back, there is no regret medicine


I think the quicker v3 is released the quicker the community and market can decide. Every moment of rush creates extra risk. It’s a balancing atc.

If you miss it, you can do it again. I hope to vote to get bitcoin back to its original state. I will have a lot of bitcoin in my wallet and I will not sell bitcoin

For me…we get v3 running then the community decides what it wants to do with funds.i don’t we should code anything into v3 on regards to payments grants. I think this should be voted for afterwards. Once v3 in running and stable ,then votes for grants and retribution for the lost should be voted upon

Due to the logic of the market price, it is considered as a possession for arbitrage.
I think it is equality to proceed according to the announced promise.

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There isn’t a snapshot of who held YAM V1 prior to the cutoff is there?

Creating a snapshot is easy. I’m working on one now.

If you’re interested in finding a way to bring users who missed or failed the migration back into the fold, give us feedback on these two proposals:

Only users who had YAMv1 before the migration would be compensated, not those that purchased YAMv1 later.


This is not a good idea. Rules of the game must be observed,

The rulea of the game are being observed. The peasants are voting :slightly_smiling_face:

Lets fix it , move on and then let rhe community decide on the direction of yamv3

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This is not a good idea. Rules of the game must be observed,When rules are made, they must be followed. Don’t give up the spirit of contract for the sake of benefit

A hypocritical person makes a hypocritical suggestion, only to satisfy his own interests, so that everyone can pay for it.

I’ve got nothing to gain I am no better or I am worse off under this proposal

Hello everyone, I went through the v1 migration but it didn’t work, I have a screen shot that says I ‘mint YamsV2’ but it never converted and I thought it did because my check list was all green checks. I still don’t understand what I missed and hope you follow thru on a correction for those left behind. I’m sharing this story so that the No people could see this side of the situation. Thanks

Most users are rising from V1 to V2 at a ratio of 16 to 1 or 10 to 1. Now, because of my own fault, the ratio of 1: 1 rises directly from V1 to V3. Doesn’t this make people feel angry?

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If a v1 rescue proposal is approved, the conversation rate from v1 to v3 will compensate users with exactly the same number of YAMs as if they had converted from v1 to v2 to v3.

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Unfortunately, I think you fell victim to poor UI design unfortunately. The checklist was only to show you if you had all of the necessary elements to migrate, but I think the only way to actually migrate was to press the “migrate now” button on the page below the checklist section. It was confusing, and I almost made the same mistake.

Rules of the game must be observed,When rules are made, they must be followed. Don’t give up the spirit of contract for the sake of benefit.If you do this today, people will have reason to believe that you will do it again and again in the future. Where does confidence come from?