On Tuesday, May 26, 2015 4:46:22 AM Kevin Greene wrote:
> This is something you actually don't want. In order to make it as difficult
> as possible for an attacker to perform a sybil attack, you want to choose a
> set of peers that is as diverse, and unpredictable as possible.

It doesn't hurt to have a local node or two, though. Might as well to improve 
propagation, while maintaining the other peers to avoid sybil attacks.


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