The findings of the experiment are continuously evaluated and documented on Plenny.crypto. The data is available for peer review to anyone, including members of the crypto community, the open-source community, cybersecurity experts, and the scientific community. Since Plenny is permission-less, every Lightning Node can actively participate and help advance this practical study. In fact, anyone in the world can openly examine the setup online at any time. Furthermore, any token holder is allowed to comment and suggest changes for governance voting. Any input, whether academically qualified or coming from practice, can help to conduct the field experiment. This form of transparent ad hoc publicity enables free access to anyone, shortens feedback loops, delivers applied research results, and accounts for rapid advances in technology. This collective approach to R&D serves as self-regulation to ensure quality standards, improve performance, and establish credibility.