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I think having the current level of participation in the network (over 99%) many of previous objections seem less relevant.
It looks like financial incentives force people to participate in a pretty reliable way.
I think the biggest question now is how much resilient PoS will be to gov action.
Many many people use crypto because they want a more free financial system resilient against government intervention.
With PoS you have validators that in many cases well known and are vulnerable to the gov
If I owned crypto on a PoW chain, I would probably not transfer it immediately to PoS. I would wait until the PoS system proves to be resilient. I think many people will take this approach.
PoW operators are much more easily identified by governments than PoS validators due to their massive energy consumption.
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