Cornell University Professor: Well-designed PoS maintains value in the system

On September 16th, Twitter user Arthur B. said that an important difference between PoW and PoS is that the former's transaction costs are borne by the network computing power, while the inflation rate is not correspondingly reduced, while the latter is by the pledgee (staker ), this effectively reduces the actual inflation rate. Emin Gün Sirer, a cryptocurrency developer and a professor at Cornell University, commented that in fact, well-designed PoS systems remain valuable in the system. PoW leaked it to miners and power companies. V God commented that, if EIP 1559 was implemented, most of the transaction costs would be destroyed directly. Remarks: According to V God's EIP 1559 proposal, a basic fee must be paid for each transaction in each block. This fee will fluctuate according to the space usage rate of the previous block, in order to make the area The average usage of block space reaches 50%. In fact, the basic cost was not paid to the miners, but was destroyed.