Okay I was running though this scenario in my head. Imagine you have 4-6 computers at home or in your local network. It’s possible given that people have desktops, laptops, tablets and phones. Combine that with multiple people and it’s not a stretch to imagine a small local cluster emerging in every household or local area. Minimum known number of computers needed to create a safe network is 4 right? So my question is what happens to the network, one’s data, and to safecoin prices, if your local network first connects to “the big water” of the internet and global safe network and THEN for whatever reason gets CUT OFF from the internet. I mean would you suddenly become a local network, and would your local safe network monitor the fact your nodes were still plugging away and staying online even if the whole tiny network was disconnected from the rest of the net? Would you suddenly lose access to all your data? Or would duplication come into effect? And if so how would that work (given the available storage size has shrunk dramatically). And how would all this affect the price of safecoin? Would it go up, down, what? Or would it even function in such a circumstance? And then what would happen when and if one got reconnected to the larger internet again?
Sorry tons of questions there but it seems a pertinent scenario given the realistic scenario of people using SAFE possibly just being cut off from the internet. And one of the big advantages of SAFE is that it can form mesh networks. So how do such scenarios play out?