Am I the only one that think
Vault is just a subset of what a network node is?
From safenetwork.tech, with my edits:
Safecoin are given as an incentive to users for providing their resources to the Network. These resources are their: storage space, CPU, bandwidth and online time that enable
the encrypted chunks of network data to be stored and retrieved from their computerthe network to function properly and perform all of its services.
Is it only me that think
Vault is only describing the
storage space part of all the above?
Is it not much more that the components of the network do, than just store and deliver chunks of data? What about membership, security, communication (later computation) etc . etc? The full vision of what the network is and does, beyond the shallow misconception of many outsiders that it is just a data storage network?
Vault an accurate and complete description of what a working node in the network is and do?
- Don’t know