as posted beforeHow is the decision to activate ChainLocks made?
Who or what makes that decision? Is it automatic or manually triggered?
Is there any way to observe or predict when Chainlock activation is more or less likely to occur?
No.They are not ready yet to believe that Dash developers have created so awesome
The protocol already secures everything in this fashion. The exchanges are deliberately censoring the network's events from their users. They don't want anyone to see, they don't want anyone to know. InstantSend and ChainLocks security is still implemented, the users just don't know it. The exchanges still "wait for confirmations" for no reason just to keep up the smoke and mirrors that nothing new has been innovated. Nothing to see here. All the same. Move along...No way can we wait for them to become "open minded"