I’m running an experiment:
- I have two nominators (N1 and N2) with almost the same amount (A) of CFG (1% diff).
- N1 delegates to 4 validators.
- N2 delegates to 14 validators.
- N2 is receiving about 30% more rewards than N1, even though they have the same amount staked.
If the validator choice is proportional to the amount staked and actually uniform, and the reward distribution is also proportional, then N1 and N2 should be getting the same rewards.
If you delegate 10 CFG to 1 validator or 1 CFG to 10 validators (1 each), you should get the same rewards, if everything is proportional and uniform.
Where is the flaw here? Is the protocol actually not supposed to be uniform?