Data caps and large capacity HDD’s would not seem like a good fit for seeding a network.
ISP peering to the rescue?
Not sure about the rest of the world, but in Australia, un-metered peering links would seem ideal for getting say, a 2TB drive seeded via nearby vaults…nearby alluding to the whole of the Australian continent via peered links.
Q: Is cheapest path routing built into MaidSAFE?..ie is this indeed, how this p2p model can get seeded, without killing data caps on day 1 of farming.
If this is the way it works, how long before these links become saturated with Maidsafe traffic and start being counted in a data cap. I guess that would be an early indicator that SAFE is having an impact on net economics.
Am I in the right paddock?