it has a strong consensus protocol called
"Proof of force"
Everybody has to use it and anyone who would try to compete goes to jail or worse.
You cannot attack it unless you have more power than the most powerful army on the globe.
I think instead of attacking it it can be rendered obsolete by a superior coin which has better properties and cannot be stopped by force thanks to its decentralisation.
PoW - those who provide work gets the coins we want to buy and use voluntarily.
PoF - those who are friends with the owner of the shitcoin get the coins and we all must use it or we get punished
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