It may be worth arranging to a chat with Holochain people. You’re both P2P distributed computing projects. Holochain is a genuinely parallel consensus mechanism. Fission has more insights into long-term storage (Which I think holochain needs a better approach to) and standards-setting. A beneficial exchange of ideas is fairly likely.
One thing you might find interesting is Holochain’s approach to gas fees. They use a mutual credit, which hosts gain the ability to issue in proportion to the capacity they’ve proven to have, which seems to lead to a currency that will always have a fixed value with respect to compute, where the supply increases or decreases along with the capacity of the network, a completely predictable (constant) price, which is a very good feature for a gas currency to have, as it means that a contract can know in advance how much gas it’s going to need to run.
(If you’re interested in that specifically they explain how it works fairly well here)
They also have a very good approach to identity in DeepKey. I’d want to use it everywhere.