Put some stake numbers & charts (click here) together.
Please, before you run with these - make sure to peer review them to establish validity - but generally - these are my subjective observations from data analysis of the current total live stake on the network. Two, seemingly, important data points come up worth thinking about expanded upon further below:
total network live stake - ± 50.28% is controlled by 11 entities today
top 150 (k) live stake pools - ± 50.01% is controlled by 8 entities today
This is total live stake on the Cardano network (as of November 4th, 2020):
± 50.28% controlled by 11 entities
± 29.91% controlled by 901 solo ops pools
± 19.81% controlled by 46 remaining multi-op entities
This is total live stake for 150 largest pools grouped on Cardano network (as of November 4th, 2020):
± 50.01% controlled by 8 entities
± 28.27% controlled by 22 remaining multi-op entities
± 21.71% controlled by 48 solo ops pools
Help me interpret these digits and start a constructive discussion on what this means for the network and the next steps ahead of us.
Shred away, share, copy, paste, analyse, scrutinise - what have you through these digits (sourced from @AdapoolsO & @PooltoolI). Curious to find out what you see per peer review.
I have NOT included associations/relays/etc. as means of further grouping operations but rather by brand/marketing and public stand available. This was done to avoid distractions from calling out who works with whom, etc. while focusing on the bigger picture. We can all fill in these blanks on our own. If you do find an error - comment in a doc direct with point of reference (or DM me) and I’ll edit.
There may be a margin of error couple % points and possible rounding issues. As well as error pool entries on the network itself.
Thank you for reading. And please, I welcome you to engage in respectful debate/discussion below.