In the beginning, when Bitcoin was fully reliant on home miners, it made sense to treat the network with kiddie gloves. Now that mining has turned into a professional business, the training wheels can finally come off of this bicycle. 🚲🎉
BSV & BCH both have limits, though they have different origins. BSV looks to be controlled bottom-up with limits being arrived-at by the miners & BCH is top-down where protocol-devs set the limits. It is not 100% pure like that at the moment, but it is pushing in that direction.
Should the fictional memo block-user-feature affect the 'shared connections' (rating) score of the blocked user?
In the case of 'yes', the block-action from a very active user should make the rating score go down more than the block-action from a barely active user. Effectively spending more money (miner-fees) makes your block-action more powerful. Assuming it goes this way, imo the block-action of a very active user should lose its weight once the user stops spending money.
Thoughts? No blocking? Have a different number in addition to 'shared connections'? 🔥?