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Curiosity....

Hi there, so I've been doing some research and noticed that Metanet is very similar to what another project I follow very closely is doing. I'm not trolling here, I can see that SV has some good idea's and a good team behind it, and I feel that to achieve ultimate success some projects will need to work with others to cater to more individuals as this is not a zero sums game. This other project already has a completed protocol being audited and running on testnet ready for a July/August release, way ahead of Ethereum, Cardano, Eos and basically any project trying to achieve 'on chain' high throughput. They are going to relesse a multicast internet using the IPV6 standard and they have connections to a cube satellite company and plan to launch cube sats with full node running a new internet protocol. Their blockchain has many state of the art features and I see SV moving in this direction, but instead of throwing the kitchen sink into everything why not try to work with a company that has already came up with the solution and could probably use the help of the team behind SV to achieve ultimate success and mass adoption. Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin core are clearly stuck in their ways and will fall further behind, metanet seems like a great idea but it won't be first to market, it seems like Craig has had all these great ideas but someone has also been thinking inline with Craig and already added a lot of these feature talked about by Craig before Craig publicly spoke about any of it. Obviously Craig is highly resourceful and an intelligent future thinking, but maybe to over throw Bitcoin core, Ethereum, Cardano and Eos two projects working together might be better then one. As this project already has a 'Metanet' basically ready to deploy maybe the team at SV could help work with the some extra features and the merchant side of things and then the mass adoption will follow. Food for thought. I feel like I can't mention the project on here in fear of the comunity attacking the other project but maybe something good will come from this.
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M. Sc. in Telecommunications here. I don't think we will ever have a problem with network bandwidth.

I've been following a little the discussions on this subreddit about how well the blockchain could scale eventually. I would like to share some of my own views with regards to network bandwidth. I have a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications (although to be honest, my major was in signal processing and acoustics, focus on real-time systems, but I took several courses about network protocols et cetera) and I work in the field.
There are several reasons why I think that network bandwidth will never be a show stopper for the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin:
To reiterate, I don't think Bitcoin traffic will ever be a show stopper. It will scale even if blocks would get big and there would be a lot of transactions.
Storage space is a completely different topic, and so is retrieval of old data. I'm not an expert on those so I will leave that to others.
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