I have created a new currency based on Forknote/Cryptnote.

It has a small number of Seed Nodes.

I am investigating how to mitigate the risks of currency failure due to Seed Node collapse from

  • Legislation forcing hosting providers to no longer allow Seed Nodes

  • A synchronized server attack.

Is the only way to mitigate this to have multiple Seed Nodes in multiple locations by multiple providers? Or is there any way I can rely on continuing to have a small number of Seed Nodes but rely on the distributed nature of local copies on the blockchain on mining machines?

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