omg maybe it's time to consider and vote the antitrust law?
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The antitrust law item 1:
Any pool should not exceed 50%
The antitrust law item 2:
In excess of 50% - fine equal of the profit in proportion of the founded blocks more than 50%
Money from fines will be transfered to the DASH budget
Evan will show the solution for this problem soon.
but if you carefully read this....seems like it's a not big problem
Hanlab seems legit, in the sense that he's probably renting/owning equipment that has the lion's share, but he's not mining from someone else's computers. I wish he would share his hash with another pool though.As a pool op, I find it disrespectful that they don't even put a notice on their pool to spread around. They do not care at all about any coins network.
On the same hand, it's really one miner, hanlab, that has the lions share of the hashrate. They just need to move to another pool.
Coinmin.pl has reached to the point of controlling 70% of the network hash rate, but I guess we shouldn't be worried???!!!
EDIT: 71% and rising now...
I doubt that can solve anything. If the owner of Coinmine charges a fee, or does not allow more miners sign up into the pool, it can solve, but evidently the owner of coinmine doesn't give a fluke.Guy from Russian community advised to report about that torrent-X11-miner to all Anti-virus companies (in form of ordinary users complains "I've downloaded XYZ - and after this ...").
After it will be added to all anti-virus bases most part of botnet's power should be blocked.