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Voting NO on anchor and Oracle master grants
Given their importance to the protocol I would presume funding would be found regardless of whether they received a grant or not.

It's kinda pointless to even have voting for grants which are required, maybe Inc could lower their efficiency to cover the costs required?

Unless I'm mistaken the anchor code could be made open source fairly easily, that way we could have multiple ANOs submitting anchors, that would offer further robustness to the blockchain.

There was talk a while ago about the oracle being rewritten to use the PegNet and be powered by PegNet miners. I'm not sure if that is still happening or not?
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