If the Bifrost consensus security attack cost is lower than the original PoS consensus security cost, hackers will intentionally attack the Bifrost network to complete the original PoS network attack. Only when the Bifrost consensus security is not lower than the original PoS network, the Bifrost protocol can provide staking liquidity for other PoS networks under objective conditions. Maintaining a sufficiently secure independent PoS consensus system is expensive and has a long precipitation and evolution cycle. Taking Cosmos as an example, based on the current 72% staking rate and 8.09% yield, the annual inflation rate is about 5.8%. It requires approximately 15,344,540 ATOM (approximately $83,474,302) for annual network security maintenance costs. If the ecosystem is not vibrant enough, the network utilization rate is low, the value capture ability is insufficient, and high inflation is likely to push the entire system into a death spiral.