One Person , One Vote

➡️Townhall currently supports Whitelisted Voting strategy. Support for ticketed voting will be available soon

Whitelist voting restricts participation to a predefined list of eligible addresses, typically determined by platform administrators.

Process: Only addresses included in the whitelist are permitted to cast votes. This type of voting ensures that only approved participants can influence decision-making.

Use Cases: Whitelist voting is useful for scenarios where voting eligibility needs to be controlled, such as membership-based communities or restricted-access platforms.

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