Do they have any rational incentive to accept the recommendation?
Roland Kofler

If someone wanted to create a separate network they could, but it would lack the support and security lent by parties around the world who had contributed and wanted to defend their stakes. So given people have to coalesce around something, we would expect that the preferred network of the foundation will have the biggest legs. Note that having independent individuals lock DFN into neurons is also important: it creates market-driven dopamine for the Blockchain Nervous System that greatly increases the likelihood of it making consistently good decisions. Without that kind of commitment the Blockchain Nervous System would be unpredictable IMO.

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