3 accounts (2M, 3M, 16M association) have been added to the forging power, so the circumstances should normalize without changes to your pool.
Thank you for helping out. As I'm assuming these are mostly Krypto Fin accounts, where does the forging rewards go? Back to the association? Just asking for transparency sake.
You know the state of the network. There are few forgers. If there's 50% attack risk occasionally, then there is. Risk is a potential which can only manifest under certain circumstances. When you warmach control the pool, and as a respected FIMK community member you have control over such a stake, I'm not worried at all about such theoretical risk manifesting.
I thank you for your vote of confidence. That means a lot to me that there is a trust between myself and this community.
There's no monetary incentive to rewrite the blockchain even if it was possible, and also it's not technically extremely simple to do so. So to be alerted there would need to be something specific that pulls the situation towards manifesting that risk, which I guess there doesn't exist?
My biggest concern was a potential for being hacked. Having greater than 51% of the network lined me up as a potential target. I do my best to prevent that from happening, but there no reason to stand in front of the target if you don't have to. IMO, none of us should be in that position.
There are different types of incentives to launch a blockchain attack. Someone could want to discredit Krypto Finry by hacking FIMK and destroying it. They could be doing it to harm HEAT. Who knows what peoples motivation might be. I think it is pretty narrow minded thinking to be only worried if there is a direct monetary incentive.
In addition, there are plenty of people who have the technical ability to re-write the blockchain. As FIMK is a derivative of NXT, anyone involved in NXT development also has the know how to hack FIMK. Plus, crypto currencies started on the back of some really smart people. These are the same people who are creating new and exciting currency and blockchain tech. While most are white hat developers, it only takes a few motivated black hats to ruin your day.
My point is that these types of things shouldn't be taken lightly. Remember all the crazyness when one or two Bitcoin pools reached 45% of the network? People went crazy and I feel rightfully so.
Okay...I'll get off my soap box...