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FPoS – Federated Proof-of-Stake
[QUOTE="Alex, post: 29886, member: 11"]
I don't think this is a problem. It is the same in any blockchain system that supplies incentives. Bitcoin miners also get diminishing returns with a higher hashrate. The system constantly rebalances as incentives increase or decrease.

Many holders taking part sounds like a positive thing to me.
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Having many holders to participate can good from a governance perspective.

If you want to attract new money then having a larger incentive - a larger return on investment for the same risk - would be better. So having many holders participating in staking will work against attracting new buyers, as it diminishes the dividend.
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