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Master nodes in relation with volatility

Discussion in 'Dash' started by Deadpool, Oct 13, 2017.

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    Deadpool Guru Staff Member Moderator Networker Investor

    Jul 14, 2016
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    I'm reading the whitepaper at the moment. Therein it is stated that forcing the master nodes to have 1000 dash collateral reduces the volatility in the price. It fails to explain why (at least, it is not obvious to me). I see that you tie up some coins, although in case of major market disruptions an operator can just sell them off regardless, and perhaps that's why the author thinks why this reduces volatility. I'm not convinced this is true.

    Can someone elucidate this for me?