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  1. According to my understanding, If the amendment gets activated it will reduce the required quorum to 60% of the validators in the UNL and will better protect the network from halting. Does this also reduce the overlap required in the UNL of the validators?
  2. Could be because validators consume more network resources and cost more to maintain. Validors also need to be monitored constantly as they are reaponsible for liveliness of the network and they also require better hardware.
  3. The default UNL used by the nodes/validators is the one published by Ripple. Node operators can also use their custom UNL but need to maintain the required overlap with UNLs of the rest of the network in order to avoid possibility of forking from the network. Nodes and validators are basically the same. The difference is that validators take part in voting for new blocks and amendments.
  4. So, if my UNL currently has 79% support for an amendment and another UNL (let's say Ripple's dUNL) already has the required 80% support, I would have to manually change/add validators to my UNL in order to stop my validator from forking from the network?
  5. According to the resources available online, an amendment in the XRPL requires support from at least 80% the validators over a two week period. Can anyone help me understand if this "80% validators support" refer to the 80% validators in a UNL of a particular validator OR the 80% validators in the entire network? If it is 80% validators in a UNL, what will happen if 80% validators in my UNL have supported an amendment but it still has not reached the required 80% in other validator's UNL?
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