Well, if that will work so well than we won’t have such a dominant player in the world of search engines, or a huge player in social media or so on and on.
To think even further, the users are not even earning anything from Google or Facebook or Netflix or other dominant players, they just enjoy the service. Yet, when you come with a bussiness like Binance (because you like this example) where they can enjoy a service and than Binance can pay a bit more than the default ADA rewards for staking, than you have the people piling up to get the both benefits. Binance instead can borrow that ADA and earn themselves plus that they are getting allot of voting power in the Cardano ecosystem. It is becoming like their own chain and they don’t even have to buy and risk allot of Cardano, they just use the others money.
Maybe they won’t be the only ones but for sure just a small number of players can get a huge power. A scenario like on the S&P where just a few players have a market cap equal or bigger than the rest of the market it can make you understand where this can go. We are much more decentralized by just having governments controlling the money that going down that route where a maximum of 10 players can get a power bigger than all the others.
People will stake in the place where they can get the bigger amount and if you play nicely because you want to be a nice player helping the small pool, others will play just for the money and by earning more than you they will get more power over time and their decisions will become dominant.
The game is like this: you even join them in the game for power and stake with the big fish or you are choosing clearly to loose.
Unfortunately to me it does not look like Cardano has solved the tendency to centralization which can be seen in Bitcoin and others, but it created just another model. I raise this issue around here because we should look for solutions.