I’m new here. First post. I like this initiative, and hope to join a next testing phase. It’s interesting to watch these new developments
My thoughts/question: will SAFE not become more or less centralised in a few main nodes after a while, because of the same Demand/Supply dynamics that seem to rule free trade? Because of the (financial) reward system, the early adopters vs. rest of people: users will be encouraged to submit as much resources to the network as possible, to earn more SAFEcoin. This is somehow good for the network, but also bad? This means people and organizations, companies will be encouraged to submit (and gather SAFEcoin) a lot more than a regular user can. Users who already own a lot (of money, computing power, bandwith) will be rewarded for it, people who own little will struggle to pay for their use of apps on the network. Which might lead to a centralisation of power within the network, despite the central idea of SAFE aiming for decentralization.
How do you people feel about this? What do you think?