Well it has been changed. I am not entirely sure. There seems to be some varying opinions on this. Feedback is welcome as usual.
All regarding: Network Security Costs:
- = in general always what is paid to those securing the network
- Bitshares: on average ~ 10% of tx fees (because the rest is destroyed)
- With Ripple I'd say: low (server administration for a hand full of servers)
- For MSC / XCP: netw. sec. costs are not tx fees but tx fees + block reward (~10% of BTC money supply per year).
I am pretty sure that money supply with MSC and XCP is fixed.
"Cross-Chain Trading Support" isnt implemented yet and is as easy to implement for Bitshares as for anyone.
NXT didnt implement Transparent forging yet.
This "BitShares is a 100% proof-of-stake system. This means all the shares are pre-allocated and there is no need for the dilution of one's stake.
" I would say is not correct as dilution does not necessarily follow from POW.
The cost of securing the network is merely a fraction of all transaction fees accumulated by the network. Transaction fees are destroyed, which acts as an implicit payment to holders of BitShares and makes BitShares truly deflationary.
~ 10% is not a fraction ~
If there is no dissent I will edit it.