Historia is the first cryptocurrency with a focus on a voting platform and file storage mechanism (IPFS) paired together to attempt to give an accurate consensus-based view of future history. These features are implemented on top of a network of masternodes and the IPFS network, which gives rise to many exciting features not available on conventional blockchains.
This documentation focuses on understanding the setup on a voting node to the network.
Option 1: Self-operated voting node
Users that would like to setup a voting node should learn about how the voting system works, and to learn to setup a voting node from the Historia wallet. Several steps are required, and the user must assume responsibility for setting up, securing and maintaining both the collateral. See these pages for information on how to set up a voting node.