Interesting question, the chain is up to about 3gb in 2.5 years...so you would have that first then very small incremental amounts...you would need to open your firewall if you are going to accept inbound connections...I would ballpark 2GB a year but I have no idea really. I have one running on an old Ubuntu laptop...maybe I can monitor the bandwidth at some point...do you have metered internet?
So you are looking for support of the idea, and I am just trying to reflect it back to ensure I understand, that "instead of a portion of a ticket being randomly selected to determine the votes cast, a system be created where only people who are voting the same on all active proposals (which at some point there may be many at once) be allowed to split a ticket together". Is that correct?
You can do that. No technical problem. If you use the same account/api between the two wallets it links them from a security/privacy point of view for the pool operators by the email address used to create the pool account. That’s not a problem perhaps, but worth understanding.
Any weakness may be gamed. the point is to drive forward the bugs/solutions/or vision. I think your posts read clearly. No gaming, just evolution. As an integral pool operator this is healthy discussion.
@tomson189 The economics of staking can be explained from an "average" only point of view. Everyone's experience differs depending on the number of tickets they have and the randomness of the staking system. With that said...
No rush, more a curioiusity, I don't think it will make it in the Decred Journal at this point, the pages are fit to print and translated to a few different languages already. I'm thinking about next month.
Hi 😊 I'm just generally interested how it works. I stake with full tickets, but maybe I'll show on or two friends how to do it at some point.They're not so deep into Crypto and mostly rely on me and only hodl.