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It sounds more like a Certificate of Deposit to me, only with risk if you or the person managing the hardware fucks up.  And the interest rate is variable.  Plus, my skills as an IT engineer might be monetizable without needing an employer and several million dollars of startup capital to my name.

Once we get to the point where the market matures and we know what the profit margin is going to be to run one of these (more or less), I might stake my own capital and bet on my own ability as an IT engineer to run one of these nodes since high uptime server farm management is my day job.  This may be how I earn a steady income in retirement in 10-20 years.

I'd still like to see it work for a while and let others work out the kinks first.


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