If we use administrator to give permission to all other nodes in blockchain, then it would be a kind of centralized system. And if the administrator is attacked/ hacked or controlled by the attacker then there will be a single point of failure as in case of centralized system. How can we handle this problem in multichain? In "https://www.multichain.com/developers/permissions-management/" at section "Permissions consensus"; it states that "Depending on the blockchain parameters, a single administrator may not be able to grant or revoke admin, activate, mine, issue or create permissions on their own. Instead, a number of administrators are required to agree on the same change, and only then is it applied. This ensures that a single rogue administrator is not able to unilaterally decide who has the right to perform the blockchain’s most critical tasks....."
Does this mean we need to have multiple administrators in a single chain of multichain? or there will me multiple administrator in a single blockchain.
My goal is to have multiple parallel blockchain with each blockchain in each province of the country for example.
Can you please clarify on this issue? Than you.