There is talk of "collateralised mining" which means only masternode owners will be able to mine. 1) Why would this be good for the network, apart from being hugely profitable for the MNO's? (who will therefore probably vote for it) 2) Since there will be no competition for more hashpower, mining difficulty will remain stable. How does this differ in practise from proof of stake? "Without the incentives and constraints created by the prospect of profit and the threat of losses, the same output might well cost millions of dollars more” 3) I would like to hear then why Craig Wright is wrong about POS in this article: https://medium.com/@sumanthneppalli...not-cryptographic-it-is-economic-7a8042be6b07 Thanks! I would really like answers, since I am heavily invested in Dash!