- Jul 12, 2015
The trend is clear, while the node count for custody providers is going up e.g. CrowdNode, the overall number of masternodes continues to decline. This means, at some point, the majority of voting power will be in the hands of custody providers and, therefore, open to wholesale abuse and corruption.
My logic is questioning why, if a node has a Proof of Service score of zero, then why does it also need to provide collateral? In this case, the collateral is hindering a properly decentralized service i.e. custody services such as Binance or CrowdNode have little difficulty in meeting the 1000 dash requirement.