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> 在 2015年6月16日,13:28, 写道:
>> On 2015-06-16 03:49, Kevin Greene wrote:
>> ​Hah, fair enough, there is no such thing as the "right" way to do
>> anything. But I still think punishing users who use SPV wallets is ​a
>> less-than-ideal way to incentive people to run full nodes. Right now 
>> SPV is
>> the best way that exists for mobile phones to participate in the 
>> network in
>> a decentralized way. This proposal makes the user experience for mobile
>> wallets a little more confusing and annoying.
> Suppose a billion mobile phones wanted to run SPV wallets tomorrow. Who 
> would provide the nodes they would need connect to? The decentralization 
> fairy?
> There's absolutely no reason that paying for connectivity would be any 
> more confusing or annoying than transaction fees are.
> If some full nodes in the network started offering paid connection 
> slots, that would just mean that users who checked the "pay subscription 
> fee" box in their wallet configuration would have an easier time 
> connecting than the users who did't, just like how your transaction 
> might eventually get mined without a fee but paying one makes it faster 
> and more probable.
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