Disclaimer: I am new to this forum and Bitcoin/cryptocurrency in general.
After all 21 million bitcoins are released into circulation, it seems that the incentive to mine is gone unless transaction fees are used. But if transaction fees are too high the incentive to use Bitcoin is reduced.
If the block size is increased the total number of transactions per block would increase, which results in more total reward for that block. This would also allow individual transaction fees to be quite low.
So, is this a feasible way to solve the "End of mining" problem?