Hi mwlang, thank you for your reply,
Really happy to hear such a thorough reply from you.
I have taken a look into the case of NANO, and the backbone of these two projects are almost identical. Since they are both proposing a block lattice structure, one of the reason that both of them intrigue me the most is
can they include Ethereum or bitcoin blockchain as part of their blocklattice structure?
1-1.if so does that mean they can become the intermediary layer for the cross chain swap?
1-2. do u foresee both of them being able to capture portion of the value of other blockchain for being a intermediary layer, and become a backbone of the D-exchange?
Meanwhile, I digged into the Dexon consensus whitepaper, they are trying to solve the ordering problem for blocklattice since each shard will constantly and rapidly proposing their own blocks, so I can imagine the hard time trying to figure out the fair ordering timestamp.
I can not find NANO addressing the problem, do you know where I can find it?
FYI, I also love the Cobinhood idea, and personally invested as well, so I guess we are all biased. Which is ok, that’s how bitcoin accumulate value in the past.
Also, I do believe BTC’s miner centralization is a big problem, but meanwhile i suspect it will be decentralized again when more hardware producer want to make their crypto money.
Further, I suspect that the Producer & the miner has the incentive to double spend BTC. becuz they will lost much more if they have done so.
Lastly, I start to think perhaps Dexon are actually both POS and POW,
Becuz to host a node they need to stake, at the same time, they reward should be coming from how fast and how many transaction a computer can ack on each other.
Pls feel free to correct me, if I am wrong at any technological idea, since I am not a coder.