Miners in BTC have no real power. The only business that can use BTC is one that uses it for speculation. So, you know how the BSV protocol is more secure when a whole bunch of different businesses use it? The BTC ticker is more secure, or easier to control by Core (or ????), when only traders use it. You simply subvert the exchanges, the centralized points that generate transactions. The exchanges aren't going to lose profit and disrupt their customers by making them change all their contracts over during a fork. If miners fork away, who will be using their service? There is no commerce on BTC outside of speculation. Traders will have to follow the exchanges that set the ticker, as that's what their positions and contracts will continue to follow. Change the POW and the miners are effectively ditched. Fork and create software miners don't like, they have no choice but to switch because all the profit (tx fees) follows the ticker. It's a balance of power between the TX producers and the TX processors. But in BTC the processing of transactions is trivially easy, so they actually have no power. They're basically for show.