ZmnSCPxj <> writes:
> Good morning Rusty,
> To clarify, it seems the below:
> 1.  There is a "private" node, one whose channels are all non-published.
> 2.  There is a public node who knows that everything that passes through the 
> channel with the "private" node comes only from the "private" node.  It thus 
> has an information advantage it might not have any incentive to sacrifice.

This is true.

> 3.  This protocol is initiated by the public node, and if the public node 
> does not initiate it, the "private" node can do nothing.
> Is my understanding correct?

More routes means more fees, though.  Your peer can always offer
substandard service, so I don't think this is *worse*.

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