$RDX holders cannot vote or create ideas until their voting rights are delegated to an address. Delegation can only be granted to one address at a time, including the holder's own. It should be noted that delegation does not lock or transfer tokens. If an isolated delegatee wallet is stolen, compromised, or interacts with the wrong smart contract, no RDX tokens are lost, and the RDX holder can delegate to another address. Delegation allows for the change of vote weights independent of RDX holdings. This enables the decentralisation of voting on DAO proposals, as well as the adjustment of vote weight distribution among voters with varying areas of knowledge and interests.