I think the plan has always been thay we will eventually run a native "bitbazaar" through our full nodes. Any research done in this area by omnibazaar is great for us; we will copy anything good they come up with and implement it on our own blockchain.
Great point. So the next question is...is there a limit to how many chains a DAC can include?
There are temporary technical limits. But overcoming them is just a matter of investing enough into R&D. Once we reach a point where scaling development will become important we will have more than enough capital to invest into it.
So then it brings us to the next question. Will chains be like plugins, downloaded apps...etc or will they be statically assigned to a SuperDAC?
For instance, will a user in one jurisdiction be able to download a specific form of DNS chain and bypass one deemed "illegal" in their jurisdiction...thereby having a choice between one of many legal chains (I Suspect this is the case)? In this case, BTS would be the network and users would customize their experience using approved chains...or might fly under the radar using darkweb style chains.
Or are we looking at an instance where SuperDACs like BTS will only have one chain each and there will be multiple versions that act on their own to appeal to those in specific jurisdictions?
For instance, a region-specific BTS SuperDAC for China...one for the U.S., one that fits the legal framework established by Germany, Russia, India...etc and they talk to eachother similar to how the internet exists today?
Interesting thought exercises.