“We allow them to know whether you spent time on their website (or competitor’s websites) prior to the call and we allow them in real-time to know much more than the key words of a Google search because in real-time we evaluate the query in the call for the sales rep and use AI to help predict what your needs are or were (after the call).”
So yes, you don’t really lose anything by doing this. Is it easy to detect? If you have enough data, you should probably be able to do it. i.e. look at all the validators and if you see one that consistently doesn’t include any delegation transactions, you can see it.
I don’t find this very plausible. Let’s say in Cosmos, you have new blocks every few seconds. If one validator doesn’t include any new validators bonding, it just means they might get in a block later. Same thing with redelegations/unbondings/etc. It will also be very obvious what you are doing and cause a community backlash.
Wonderful post! I still remember our conversation super well and found your idea of building a decentralized google mindblowing. I’m glad you’ve continued working on it.
And it’s wonderful to collaborate as part of the Cosmos community.
As far as I know, there are actually a decent number of permissioned blockchains built on Burrow in production today. I think there are also other Tendermint-based permissioned chains in production.
The ability to connect these private chains with Cosmos will be a great opportunity too.
Where do you guys base these claims on? This is total BS. We were running YubiHSM in dedicated servers in multiple datacenter during all of GoS. AFAIK, at least Certus One did the same. I suspect so did others.