YYYY wrote:I do not like that there are a lot of accidental persons in the top101
I do not like that 98 seats are occupied by one party in the top101
I call it the centralization of power.
Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer.
Any alliance that is able to reduce the number of accidental people in the top101 can rely on my support at the critical moment.
48 + 48 + 5 are far better than 98+3.
Anything that harms the network hurts me personally.
Everything that is good for the network is good for me either
There are no accidental persons in the 101. As per your own criteria, your approach to your proposal and your voting harms the network and isn't good for the network, so according to you, you are not good for you.
No matter what the arrangement is between the people who end up in the top 101, it won't be 48+48, it won't be 98+2, it will simply be 101 people. Would you rather have 101 people who were simply voted in only based on voting weight and what they can offer you, or would you rather have people in the 101 who have shown the ability to run the network efficiently, upgrade in a timely manner, and support the network at their own personal cost during testnet?
Is your issue with the people in the 101 that they talk to one another on chat? I talk to all people in chat, so no matter who is in the 101, I will collaborate and work together with them. To be honest, I would feel like it was a catastrophic failure if all of the people in the 101 DIDN'T work together. That is the nature of this system.
The current 101 outside of the genesis delegates, to my knowledge, contains 101 unique members who have all shown they can be good for the network. There needs to be more to the equation than just whether or not they can get you in the top 101 and returning 1 for 1 vote swaps. There should be trust and personal relationships. There should be vetting of who the person is and their intentions.
One mistake a lot of people are making is in not offering up ideas, solutions, or ways they think they could make Lisk better outside of just running a server. Let's be honest, anyone can run a server. It's not really that hard and there are tutorials all over the website and forum. You haven't offered up any ideas, solutions, or methods in which you plan to be good for the network outside of running a node. Running a node can cost as little as $100-$200. At current rates, if you are nominated into the 101, you stand to make roughly $5000+ a month off of just 1 node, let alone the 3 or 4 you are asking for (which is in and of itself counterproductive). The price is most likely to go up so that number will probably increase significantly.
What do you plan to do with the funds?
I'm not saying any of this out of hostility, you seem like a fine person, I'm saying it because I would like to hear more about your intentions and as to whether or not your only intention here is to make money from your candidacy.
Is there any chance you can provide more information about yourself, your background, any ideas you might have, or your intentions long term to support Lisk?