I tend to agree, but I would not make such a bold statement when proposing a motion this general (I intend frequency voting to be applied to all peershares and peercoin as well). The thing that really gets me is that this model can work even at 99.99%; not well, the statistical abberations are intense, but it still converges and works. That means with frequency voting we could still function at 0.01% voting. Seriously, as amazing as that sounds, Nu could still somewhat function as intended at that percentage with frequency voting. Anything more than 0.01% of network participation is just icing on the cake.
Of course, if an attacker goes and buys up 0.01% of the network when there’s only 0.01% participation, they can now pass any motion they want simply because no one is there to tell them no. Mind you, that same thing could happen in any of the other ideas suggested (including the 0 mint reward concept). That’s where data feeds come in, to mitigate that risk. This plan seriously is as absolutely long term as we can get. Think about it: we can eventually make a system that guesses what your votes will be based on previous votes you’ve made and how much you’ve agreed with datafeeds and majority votes in the past. Then, if you feel like it, you can tell it if it’s right or wrong. This reduces the burden of voting by an amount that no shareholder has fully grasped, including me.