@MikeMonohan “it’s a bit early to be so disparaging about your competition”
Am I being disparaging by saying that I want decentralization?
As for competition, I’m not offering delegation service, that is until/if Tezos consensus algorithm is amended, decoupling voting from staking.
No stakeholder should be mandated to give away their voting rights.
Signing up with a delegation node service should not mean giving up our right to vote, one may decide to do so, but it should not be mandated.
MikeMonohan “As for my interview, it is a bit odd that you assume I was referring to you.”
I stated according to another member here; they told me about it and when I listened I realized they could be right. But seeing your site now it appears that you too have become a couch surfer, offering gratis service for stake holders now.
Mike, even if you were directing it to a hypothetical service provider, my comment remains.
Delegation is not decentralization.
If a Tezos holder delegates they give up something that is so fundamental to the future success of Tezos that I’m staking my reputation on this.