I see some novel transaction ordering gossip protocol, not much more, Hedera was absent at Stanford blockchain week, I don't think they will stand the test of scrutiny. Saying we have to go hire a lawyer to dispute a transaction is ridiculous and not solving any problems
We have elastos carrier which takes over all network traffic between virtual machines. Since elastos is decentralised peer-to-peer network, there is no centralised server to be blocked by firewall. Even if firewall try to block transmission between person A to B, the carrier will look for alternative path in the network to reach out to person B. So the connection might be from A to person C before connecting to BA firewall cannot block this transmission because the only way to block this communication would be to block every traffic from every source which is not feasible.
Unfortunately, almost all solutions unlocking scalability are trustess for only one entity (or a small group of entities) controlling 2/3 of the coin supply..No one can change your entry in this database, but you can be blocked from adding new entries.It is not possible to work around this problem without relying essentially on PoW when determining who has the right to add an entry.Although Vitalik will certainly try to think of something 😄At PoW, of course, there are possible dishonest games and attempts to blacklist addresses, but in reality nobody will try them because it can be used against the attacker.
Thanks for answering. One last thing, you said you want to focus on active users, do you believe that we don't need marketing to accomplish that goal? Market share/active users? How will people use elastOS if they don't know about it. I'm quite new here, so sorry if this was answered before.