Hey, I just read the whitepaper for the first time today. Cool stuff. I'm wondering what the current thought is on time-sensitive processing constraints. For instance, you might have an organization voting on its next investment decision, but it needs to be made in the next hour, or you might be simulating a text-based adventure game using cryptocurrencies (hell, you might even be making an Ethereum clone of Crysis if you have a death wish). Obviously you aren't going to get blazing processing speeds (it would be one hell of a slow game of Crysis), but is there any way to guarantee returns are made within a certain time limit? My understanding is a contract is called and it waits for a miner to process it - but is there a requirement for some miner to get it within a time limit? Could you offer an increased price to increase its value to miners and get it processed sooner (is that even how it works?). Is there a way to guarantee/replicate a certain speed, replicating a dedicated server running the equivalent (centralized) code? What's the constraining factor here?
In summary - how fast could I run Crysis? Thank you.