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There is not, and it should not be. If you are stacking Ethers to be a node, it is because it is assumed that you are a person who believes in the Ethereum universe so much to be able to put an amount there to affermate that it is a good idea to hodl ethers! If you do not believe in it, avoid to stack! You are, at the same time, node of the network, ...


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Well, to be a bit more precise nobody loses USD or and fiat by staking ETH. You only lose if you exchange with a worse ratio than what you bought with. If you are into trading (especially fast-paced) you probably shouldn't be staking your assets as they would be locked for a period. Active trading and stuff like staking don't work together. However if you'...


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I question whether anyone would want to support proof-of-stake. If I stake 100 ETH on POS, then three months later I might get back 110 ETH (that's just an example - I don't know the actual figure). That 100 ETH I staked may have been worth, say, $10,000. But if the price of ETH has halved during the 3 months, the 110 ETH I get back will only be worth $5,...


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Double spending affects also ERC20 tokens (and any token types for that matter). It's all about being able to double-send transactions which have some value. I don't see basically much difference between Ether and token in this sense. I'd imagine that the reason why double spending is always associated with Ethers and not tokens is that Ethers are a lot ...


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That's considering that you can mine those ERC20 token when most if not all are not mineable so that makes the attack improbable in the first place.


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