Week One Voting Stats

(Chart 1) The range of votes for those who voted with fewer than 50K EGLs, and (Chart 2) for those who voted using between 50K and 500K EGLs.
(Chart 3) The range of votes for those who voted using between 500K and 2M EGLs, and (Chart 4) for those who voted with more than 2M EGLs.
How Core Devs voted.

Voter Rewards

Now that I’ve voted, what are the next steps?

Some FAQ Reminders for Week Two

Conclusion

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The Ethereum Gas Limit (EGL) project passes control over the gas limit ("blocksize") back to the community.

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The Ethereum Gas Limit (EGL) project passes control over the gas limit ("blocksize") back to the community.

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