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    Let locked accounts choose other addresses as validators · c30a6029
    Krzysztof Jurewicz authored
    This change means that compromising validator’s key won’t necessarily
    mean loss of funds. While it results in a lower incentive to protect
    validators’ keys, it also results in a lower incentive to crack
    validators (as there will be little funds to steal). Locked accounts
    will still have an incentive to make validators secure, as compromised
    validators can lower the currency value.
    
    This change also means that stakeholders will be able to easily
    delegate the duty of running a validator to other entity. This opens a
    possibility of validators being backed by multiple stakeholders.
    
    A possible next step is lowering the entropy of validators’ drawing.
    c30a6029
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