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> As a standalone blockchain, Handshake has room to grow all on its own and govern itself without interfering with other projects or having to compete with different priorities with other use cases (like gaming or DeFi) trying to run in parallel on the same network.

So, as soon as someone with enough resources decides to take it over, it's no longer decentralized. Cool, cool.

Also, there's that whole CO2 thing that we really shouldn't be exacerbating by relying on proof-of-work.




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