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I am trying to collect feedback and insights about geographically spreading relay nodes.
For example, If your BP node is in europe and you would online 3 relays. You could choose to have all 4 nodes at the same location (4 different ip addresses on 4 different machines of course). But you could also decide to have all 4 nodes on a different continent.
I would say, that would help the network spread globally and be geographically more divers. However the round-trip times (RTT) between your relays and your node would be relatively slow (i would think around 200). While having all the nodes at the same location will create very low rtt to your node. Is that a risk for block production or something else?
What are your thoughts here? Should/would you still do it? Will the disadvantages weigh more than the advantage of geographical distribution?