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I am very curious about what eth 2.0 staking params are based on

According to https://docs.ethhub.io/ethereum-roadmap/ethereum-2.0/eth-2.0-economics/ 30 mil at stake results in 3.3% yearly validator reward and 100mil at stake would result in 1.81% reward. Typically, most POS networks achieve 50-80% staking, so reward might be as low as 2-2.5% for, say, 70% validating. To me, these are numbers that are way too low as a reward. The question is: how these numbers were decided? What kind of science is behind this or were these numbers simply declared as a rule?
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