MNOs, are you going to build you own datacenter? When the chain scales to 100s of MB per block, and you're required to store it on an SSD (array), are you willing to do this? Are you going to build you own datacenter and fill it with this junk? I'm not a trader/ponzi/speculator, but this forces one to ask; do you think DASH's price will ever be high enough to support what it demands? Doesn't this result in centralization? Will each MN have to have it's own, unique copy of the data stored? If not, does this consolidation harm integrity/resiliancy; also play to centralization? Will DashDrive shard data? If DASH does get that valuable, won't we then face a granularity/resolution problem? Perpetual huge blockchain on Masternodes seems to fix a scale-ability problem, but it would need to be of such a large value that it creates a fungibility/resolution problem. Are private sidechains inevitable? Will they be accommodated? Doesn't IX/IS pretty much accommodate them? WORM/ROM/PROM/EPROM/EEPROM version of SDD? Cheaper or more expensive? SSD-flush-to-WORM when it doesn't wag for X blocks? I don't know the FS that does that... Is this the special hardware Evan want's to make? People with brains; what say you? Surely, dirty hippies will want to blow up your building. Can you, will you, defend it? What if those dirty hippies are neo-Bolshevik guvthugs pushing StateCoin? DASH inevitably becomes non-portable. Will you build in Florida? Or Utah? Or the Sahara Desert and power if from PV? Won't this result in geographical consolidation? Everyone will pick the same geographical/political stable areas. Is it even possible to remain distributed and trustless? Should we just give up and accept the inevitable? Going forward, MNOs need to know... The MNOs of today are largely too stupid to ask, much less answer these questions. But, what few brains there are, what say you?