The Dash ecosystem is still completely fair.
Depends what one's definition of fair is.
Is any type of uneven distribution of wealth fair?
Are some types of uneven distribution of wealth fair and others not?
I would agree that effort should be rewarded in some cases. But not others.
Let's consider Bob and Bill and Ben.
Bill has little money, works a low-paying job. He is smart enough to see Dash's potential as an investment and/or useful money, but does not have the means to invest in Dash except purchasing small amounts on the order of a few dollars by sacrificing some small luxuries or working more overtime.
Bob is wealthy, because he comes from a rich family. He is also smart enough to see Dash's potential as an investment and/or useful money, and has the means to purchase 1000s of Dash to make several Masternodes and so continuously gain more Dash in the future.
Ben also has little money, also sees Dash's potential, but on the tip of an insider, which he didn't pass on to his unknowing buddy Bill, borrowed a couple of hundred bucks off Bill on pay day, bought 10000 Dash for pennies at the start and is now a multi-millionaire.
Bob and Ben clearly have an advantage over Bill.
Is it an unfair advantage?
Do Bob and Ben deserve the advantage over Bill?
Do the terms fair and deserve even have real meaning in the universe other than that we assign via conceptual artifice?
I actually think the universe is inherently unfair, but that we can, by choice and effort, make it fairer, at least temporarily.
We can choose to play either a zero-sum or a non-zero-sum game.
Unless the universe is just completely deterministic and our confusion about choice and will is just a state and property of matter emergent at the scale of our brains, in which case ignore everything I just wrote.