This paper seems to suggest that Bitcoin security model is at great risk once miners will stop getting compensated for blocks, and that relying on transaction fees won’t be enough. I’m not technical so is my understanding wrong? If not, will the protocol need to be changed eventually?
This is the paper in question: https://www.cs.princeton.edu/~arvindn/publications/mining_CCS.pdf
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