> But there's so much 'dry powder' out there (GPUs), I wonder if *not*
> supporting merge-mining is any better? At least the attacker has to do
> some unique PoW, so you hope it's costing them something.

With lots of people having access to 100TH+ there's not really much 
'cost' to doing a 51% attack on an alt-coin beyond a short-term 
diversion away from 'profitable' mining.

At least by supporting merged mining, more miners are likely to 
'support' multiple coin types, thus making a 51% attack from an 
individual/group less straightforward.

>> The rational decision for a non-scam altcoin, is to take advantage of
>> merged mining to get as much security as possible.



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