I've posed this question on other 2.0 forums with mixed responses:
Is there merit to developing a "Blockchain Migration Path/Strategy", where one coins ledger is merged onto a DAC ?
Is it technically feasible?
What are the logistic challenges?
What would be the ideal merger(s) ?
Note, the intent is not
to create a chain/coin to rule them all. But rather, a solution that embraces legacy chains that merit assimilation/consolidation under one organization family (BitShares).
Think of it as acquisitions of unprofitable alt-chains for the purpose of turning them around. These chains would ideally bring assets (developers, healthy forums, brands, merchants, etc...). As part of the acquisition, they would receive compensation as share swaps or even cash.
It seems DACs should be free to grow both organically and via mergers/acquisitions. The synergies and economies of scale benefits are many. But, the devil is in logistics, reconciliation and selection of candidates.
Any thoughts on this, the question has haunted me for about a year now, with the rise of 2.0, a window may be opening.