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How will Cardano be able to compete with other blockchains in attracting large de-fi apps with the Haskell (smart contract) code being so difficult to rewrite code in?

Is there any projects in the future for developing conversion program for the code into Haskell in order to simplify attraction of larger user-based apps to the Cardano network? What makes Haskell so significant, and do the pros of using Haskell outweigh the cons for any company who would actually want to rewrite their code? Is the main attraction here still Cardanos unique PoS system and large user-base or will there be any sort of infrastructure that presents itself more efficient than to use say Eth smary contracts on the Eth blockchain? Sorry if my understanding is weak but I don't code (yet) and I want to learn more about what makes Cardano such a unique blockchain.
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