prohibitively expensive
Hong Kong | Research and Planning
Evan Duffield

I wonder what (standard or principle) we’re using to conclude this “prohibitively expensive,” as acceptable security for what Dash intends to be.

In our current world of Central Banks printing fiat at incredible speed; Ten times Dash’s market cap, isn’t necessarily prohibitively expensive.

I do recognize it becomes more and more prohibitively expensive as Dash’s value rises. Maybe that’s what you’ve always meant. It’s as secure as a certain percent of Dash’s market cap.

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