Can interoperational Chains like Cosmos be dangerous for the Tezos Network itself?

Do such Chains "act" on our Tezos network? Or is it a complete own Space? Could such interoperational functions open doors for vulnerabilities?

Just read this article, what leads me to the question(s): https://medium.com/certus-one/uncovering-a-game-of-stakes-cartel-f895d9591da1

  • In your article the cost of getting one more stake is 0 aside from the effort to bypass KYC, so is this really concerning ? This is just a tesnet no ? And pardon my ignorance but could you please clarify the link between the article you posted and cosmos and how all this can impact Tezos ? It is not clear to me after having read the entire article. – Ezy Feb 1 '19 at 12:16
  • The link should show, that a network that is somehow "connected" to ours got tricked. And i am concernd that this could have influence to the Tezos Network. That's what i wanted to know. Is Tezos somehow affected by any interoperational Chains. – Blindripper Feb 1 '19 at 12:33

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