Yeah I think we should learn from this. In hindsight I think it's clear that the last-24h-limit was a bad idea in this case. The intention is good, but should not be combined with a fixed time limit (March 8th in this case) as we are bound to see anomalies in the registrations in the last hours...
Deterministic: 2775 (59.60%)
24h progress: +94 (2.02%)
S15: if 24h progress < 0.63%
Last registration: 6 min ago
Updated: 06:48:02 UTC
It's going to be close! If registrations stop now we'll be under 60% but still have time to sink below the 0.63% limit, though such a...
Like was mentioned here before we are more likely to see a spike in registrations the last 24h than a sudden drop.
Yes, it's a bit strange that ppl that rush to register right before the deadline actually postpones the deadline by a month!
From what I understand the logic behind the rules are that we allow a lower total percentage of activated nodes if the registration process slows down.
The one thing that seems contradicting is the last entry in the table "80% requires 3.75% or less in last 24h" and the comment "Once we reach...
Yes. My point was that the registration rate is stable at around 4%, which is above the 1.25% limit. Looking at the trend it looks unlikely that the rate should drop to below 1.25% before March 8.
I'm not worried about making it to the next budget cycle in the beginning of April. That's given...
The registration rate has been pretty constant at 200 / 24h (about 4%) for the last few days, except for some occasional spikes upwards. The rate would have to drastically go up so that we hit 80% total registration, or drop significantly so that we go under the 24h threshold. Both seem unlikely...
Yeah, looks like we manage to hit some kind of worst kind scenario here. Some wild guess on how we progress from here:
Time Share Change
2/3 49.0 +4.0
3/3 53.0 +3.0
4/3 56.0 +2.0
5/3 58.0 +1.0
6/3 59.0 +0.5
7/3 59.5 +0.5
Looks like we are way more...
I just read about BTCPay, the open Bitpay alternative:
Support for additional altcoin is just a few days worth. Sounds like something we should look into for dash?
Ping @Bradley Zastrow
I guess most MN operators vote identically with all of their MNs. So, we should be able to group all MN IPs that have voted the same on all proposals and hence see how many nodes each MNO have, even though votes are spread out over time.
It's no biggie at the moment, but blinded voting may...