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You can have one client with more than 1 active delegate key. No need for more than one instance.
For the sake of decentralization and network propagation, I feel each delegate should run on a unique physical instance. Yes, I fully understand the current Bitshares protocol does not enforce this.
[No protocol can enforce this.
Quote from: bytemaster on August 08, 2014, 05:38:12 PM[No protocol can enforce this.but it can encourage / motivate to this direction... (?)
it's more of a social problem than technical. Just don't elect delegates that run multiple instances on the same machine.
Quote from: maqifrnswa on August 08, 2014, 07:30:34 PMit's more of a social problem than technical. Just don't elect delegates that run multiple instances on the same machine. I am interested to learn how one may evaluate the block generation and/or network propagation data to determine that multiple delegates are producing blocks from a distinct instance.
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