Found a lot of proofs, but no own block are added.
Seems like the same problem as on other forks that the netspace grows very fast and difficulty isn’t adapted that fast. So this results in much more blocks created than 4,608 per day.
This is a really good point - because these forks aren’t blockchain forks and thus have no record of the NFT, I expect them all to die out pretty quickly, since the people rushing to the forks are going to be the same people rushing to poolable plots.
I disagree. The pools will attract small farmers, while forks will keep the larger farmers. I have 437TB, for example, ETW 16 days on Chia, and have no interest in pooling, but I am up to 5 forks now. People like me could, I think, easily keep the forks alive until they have a chance to join exchanges and develop use cases.