Dash Core Group
centralization of voting, the hijacking of the treasury
Can you elaborate how this is happening? Why does it matter if someone who has 4K Dash votes with 1 vote worth 4 = 1x4 points, or 4 votes worth 4 = 4x1 point?
I also don't see how this would be hijacking the treasury.
Proof of Service is not robust right now. I went over the fact that getting a robust proof of service for platform is a monumental task. I think we have a 30+ page document on how to build it. But as CTO I decided against building it for our MVP, basically because we can't delay Platform release another year.If Proof of Service is robust and a node
I have been CTO for about 1 year now. The decision to go with Tendermint based consensus was not one I made, actually I had a different approach but in the end I do like though where we are now and there is no way to sure my other solution would have been better or even would have worked, it was definitely more ambitious.Seven years in and a major design decision is thrust upon us imminently.
Back in the day of Evan, he seldom asked the network what they preferred. Andy and Bob never did. I do feel like there are two things both being said: one is that we should wait until we have more data, and the other is why did we wait so long? Which makes me think that this is really the right time. We are very close to feature freeze of the MVP and testing. Both GroveDB and Tenderdash teams should completely finish their MVP tasks this month, at which time they can be put to other teams to speed things up.
You are right about the fact that people might be unnerved that I'm proposing things that might change things up. But this was always going to happen as Platform is bringing about a lot of changes. Dash used to be the project of risk taking and bold calculated moves, then there was a slump, this last year however... has been pretty intense. And I feel like it's going to be a very exciting next year.