It’s just crazy how many people don’t understand what full node is.
A full node takes few gigabytes of bandwidth and space to install (the state), few gigabytes of bandwidth per month to process (new blocks, no need to store them), and everyone…
>with all its problems, is already functioning
As far as i know most payments fail. I don’t see it being good at payments without credit limits. And credit limits could only be unenforceable, which no one will sign up for.
While this blog is heavily focused on blockchain security and scalability, it’s important to remember it’s a well thought-out ecomonics that truly makes a new blockchain usable and popular. People a greedy, you need to use this greed.