I have tried to search for some answer to this question but cannot find it. Hence this thread.
I think, based on my readings on this forum, before the network goes live - there will be the introduction of testsafecoin - multiple instances of it I guess - and these testsafecoins will be on test nets - or beta - people can add nodes and farming will be tested etc.
Then one day, after a lot of stress tests and all - maid developers will announce that the Safe Net is live - or perhaps they will reset everything and then announce Safe Net is live - it’s really confusing and an update to this matter will be appreciated. This is what I could find in October.
Everyone agrees security of SAFE Net increases with the number of nodes - and that the Network is at its most vulnerable in the beginning stage
Is there a minimum number of nodes requirement before going live?
If network is most vulnerable in the beginning, and it becomes increasingly expensive to attack it as it grows - shouldn’t there be a minimum number of nodes that should be on the Beta - before the SAFE Net is declared live - this way, the network will attain a higher chance of success in the beginning.
Because the cost of attacking SAFE Net becomes increasingly prohibitive as it increases in size, so going live like at say 1000 nodes is just less secure as say going live with a million nodes.
What does the community thinks regarding having a minimum number of nodes in the network before going live?