The CHG network is built on a proprietary bridged Proof of Authority. Under this premise, other bridged networks can have their assets and functions live on the CHG network, while CHG assets and functions can live, also, on other bridged networks.
What this means is true distributed networking was born when the bridge was born, while POS is not distributed. Nope, nope!
In other words, truly distributed was pioneered by the bridge builders. It should come as no surprise! This infrastructure gain makes it virtually impossible for stand-alone centralized networks to thrive.
Rather, a distributed smorgasbord of networks means that distributed was in fact born from centralized. Like a vine stretching across all the networks, centralized was inadvertently disabled by the berthing of the bridge, simultaneously, across every network.
So, while the CHG Internetwork Mainnet is centralized, it is only centralized on our own network, and any network can now be bridged to very easily. This is good. The security of centralized, the freedom of distributed.
Not just the freedom of going away from centralized as a modality, but rather and also the freedom to remain nimble. A POA network, unlike a POS network, doesn’t require the majority vote in order to perform an upgrade. Instead, if a POA network wants to upgrade, they just do it.
Of course, centralized will fight back by drowning legitimate projects in the noise. The answer to that is also distributed, however it will take the form of distributed social media. Stay tuned…