Security layers: or qualifying security & decentralization

A culture of users verifying

  • First of all, stay within limits — prioritize the ease of running nodes over scalability.
  • Efficient clients with better ways to sync and store data.
  • Cryptographic solutions like statelessness and state expiry.

A wide token distribution

Economic security

Secure consensus mechanisms

Lindy and network effects, decentralized development, ecosystem support

ZKP friendly

Bonus benefit: massive data availability layer

Concluding

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