Hi David & thank you for your reply.
Regarding 3 - is there already any information on the concept of the computation layer available and on how you want to implement that one?
I was thinking about that a bit as well and came tot he conclusion that running it on some certified (decentral approved) LLVM+K-Framework environment would be able to provide an excellent Super-Computer-Experience with backward-compatibility and flexibility (I think computation should be able to run f.e. on FPGAs as well…).
Furthermore I expect that the performance of that VM could be easily approved by peers, and the user could control on how much performance/priority he would like to give SAFE-net on his machine…
…however that was just some guess.
Furthermore I was thinking about some decentralized-scheduling based on an focus-oriented economy as well - if I get it right - if SAFEnet achieves to create a full super-computer (with network, computation and storage), the scheduling will be based on priority, where whoever pays more has a higher priority (given that the resources are limited compared to the tasks)?
Is that right that way?
(If it is like that, I see there a little problem, since whales would be able to control the net / value of the tokens, and that way the network would loose it’s “free” character - who would like to provide performance, if he cannot be sure, that the coins he earns won’t be of any value next day…).
Thank you for the provided information and all the best.