Ease OF VOTE WEB3

Project Name : Voting ease.
Project Track : web3
Team Name : Infintron
Team Member(s) : Infinitron(team of 1)
Project Goal : Simplify Voting from 2 steps to 1 & educate holders.
Project Info : As we know a huge portion of TRX holders have little to ZERO knowledge of energy, bandwith or voting. Most leave their trx on the exchange and consider that voting/staking. As a community we need to educate and empower holders to voice their votes instead of living in the illusion of choice under the exchanges and wallets. We can do this by freezong and voting on a web3 platform in one simple click. That is half the battle, well need to educate people, and shout from the rooftops all the glorious benefits of sharing their voices, earning their rewards and just how they can help shape the future of this blockchain.

ideally we could even host and run the first and only green (100% solar powered node on Tron) just need funding for the panels and batteries etc.
Roughly for my server I feel that 7200 watts a day should suffice. Roughly translates to about ~10 panels around 330 - 350 watt spec. to achieve double the wattage used. I would require about 600AH of 24v battery storage, to account for twice the wattage needed in case of a stormy day or two. An inverter as well associated wiring fuzes and connectors.

panels: ~5k
batteries: ~5k
assorted parts and hardware including inverter: ~2k

For around 15,000 USD The infinitron node could go 100% off grid.

Project Details : https://infinitron.info
Project Milestones : SR account active, Site is up, Connects to tronlink freezes and votes available trx on click, FAQ’s . Next steps are social media, growing as a SR and educating and rewarding along the way as a person (not an entity like poloniex, or big filthy rich exchanges that dont offer the choice of a vote when holding trx on their platform/wallet)

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This sounds interesting as I’m working on a 2 acre solar farm project. I would love to run a tron node powered by my farm.

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Hi @dexter8244
Sounds like a project with a good cause. We assume you will also be hosting a node and creating a frontend page so users that are new to TRON can just stake & vote in one click, and you will take care of the two steps via the command-line backend?

Also interested in the solar-powered node. If you have done some calculations before, how much energy consumption is needed to host a node, and how many panels and batteries roughly do you need?

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Yes currently I am hosting a node. #98 Infinitron. I also have the page built and is located at the link in my post. I took care of the staking and voting via web3 functions and the tronweb API.

Roughly for my server I feel that 7200 watts a day should suffice. Roughly translates to about ~10 panels around 330 - 350 watt spec. to achieve double the wattage used. I would require about 600AH of 24v battery storage, to account for twice the wattage needed in case of a stormy day or two. An inverter as well associated wiring fuzes and connectors.

panels: ~5k
batteries: ~5k
assorted parts and hardware including inverter: ~2k

For around 15,000 USD The infinitron node could go 100% off grid.

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@dexter8244 i can help cut your cost down more than 90 percent to get the node 100% off grid. there is a simple solar solution that i will share soon . but the goal on my end is to tokenize the solar power that i will produce.

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Let’s go guys voting is open, you can vote for more than one project!

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Hi, excellent effort. Good proyect.

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