Token holders can get votes through the “delegation” command, and select the validators that they think are meaningful to the ecosystem. These token holders are called delegators.
Delegators play a critical role in the system, as they are responsible for choosing validators. Being a delegator is not a passive role: Delegators should actively monitor the actions of their validators and participate in the governance.
Voting is the primary way for token holders to participate in the on-chain governance . You want the validators on the network to be very technically competent, because if a new feature appears, the validators will determine the direction of the network, and they will need to quickly and efficiently react.
You have the option to give their votes to their desired validator node(s) for access to dividend rewards on the chain.
On the other hand, there is the community ecosystem aspect. Validators need to work together in case of there are any problems or topics that need to be debated.. They need to be able to work together, cooperate and remain highly transparent at all times.
You will have the ability to choose if you want to become a delegator on the OKTC ecosystem. the future of the network may depend on your votes and those who will manage it.
For more information on incentives, see Staking Rewards Algorithm.
In order to choose their validators, delegators have access to a range of information directly on OKLink or other OKTC block explorers.
Being a delegator is not a passive task. Here are the main directives of a delegator: