Telos User’s Guide

A Beginner’s Guide to the Telos Network and its expanded functions and governance.

Telos User’s Guide Introduction

“Telos needs a user guide to attract and retain general computer users and to help all users better understand the various features, advantages, and ways to participate in governance of the chain.”

Understanding: Arbitration and Elections

“Most computer users are not prepared for a world where there is no form of account recovery whatsoever and will not dedicate their funds to a system with no protections. To reach mass adoption, blockchain needs to develop a way to help these users while still retaining the advantages of an immutable blockchain.”

Tutorial: Arbitration and Elections

“Telos uses elected arbitrators to resolve disputes between users and help recover lost, stolen or mistakenly sent funds. This tutorial demonstrates how to nominate oneself as a Telos arbitrator candidate and how to vote for candidates.”

Understanding: The Arbitration Process

This chapter is a lengthy and technical in-depth explanation of the arbitration process to allow Telos arbitrator candidates and parties undergoing arbitration to better understand the process.

Understanding: Worker Proposals

“Worker proposals are the way that Telos provides for and selects projects to fund in order to continuously develop, promote, and advance the Telos blockchain.”

Tutorial: Worker Proposals

“All users can vote to determine how network funds are used. This voting means that the Telos users direct how the chain will grow by what proposals it chooses to fund.”

Coming soon:

Understanding: Ratify/Amend Governance Voting

Tutorial: Ratify/Amend Governance Voting

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