I am new to this forum… but this project seems interesting…
But okay, @kpeacock what your saying though, is that the smart contract itself is not immutable, and the consensus relies on the number of nodes hosting your smart contract? How can I as a developer, be sure that I am getting correct data from the smart contract, when so few nodes are actually involved in the functions of the computation? What assures that the nodes will be honest actors? 50% of nodes hosting my smart contract? Or what?
I just can’t get my head around, how this could work with any current tokens, like a ERC20 token, without some type of immutable record somewhere? What I actually want to build is a ERC20 token right now on this, if this is possible, I highly suggest you put out a sample ERC20 token… But that leads me back to the original question, Is this even possible without a immutable record?
As of right now, this seems like it would be more useful in API development and things that are more centralized currently, making them slightly more decentralized, but not in tokens? What am I missing here?