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A lot of progress could have been made if all of the cryptocurrency miners had dedicated their mining systems to [email protected], [email protected], and other distributed computing projects instead of mining Bitcoin and Ethereum.

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BTG was created to offer a fair option, even to small miners, by creating a truly decentralized network.The mining stats show how hashrate is distributed among 13 + different services. miningpoolstats.stream/bitcoingold #gpu #mining #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #decentralized @miningpoolstats

BTG was created to offer a fair option, even to small miners, by creating a truly decentralized network.The mining stats show how hashrate is distributed among 13 + different services. miningpoolstats.stream/bitcoingold #gpu #mining #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #decentralized @miningpoolstats submitted by Asabmoni to BitcoinGoldHQ [link] [comments]

Poolin.com Mining Pool releases figures showing current hashrate distribution in the lower quartile to calculate miner capitulation after the halving of Bitcoin’s block subsidy.

Poolin.com Mining Pool releases figures showing current hashrate distribution in the lower quartile to calculate miner capitulation after the halving of Bitcoin’s block subsidy. submitted by bitentrepreneur to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Once every Bitcoin has been distributed, what will be the incentive for miners to check transactions moving forward?

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@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted.

@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted. submitted by CBDoctor to litecoin [link] [comments]

Wallpapers Being Distributed to Use Your Comp as Bitcoin Miner Without Knowledge

Wallpapers Being Distributed to Use Your Comp as Bitcoin Miner Without Knowledge submitted by ShelteredBySky to wallpaperengine [link] [comments]

@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted.

@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted. submitted by CBDoctor to btc [link] [comments]

Honest question; what’s going to happen when all 21,000,000 Bitcoins have been distributed to miners?

Mining literally processes all of the Bitcoin transactions, so what happens when there is no more incentive to mine? What will the value of one Bitcoin be when there’s no more servers left to process transactions because all of the obsolete mining rigs have been broken down and parted out?
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Just two individuals control ~61.11% of the BCH hashrate. It's not "decentralized", it is a 51% attack by a single group of collaborating selfish miners. They will steal coins and distribute them amongst themselves. Bitcoin (BCH) cannot take this risk.

Also keep in mind that the reason they went from 40% to 60-70% is because hashrate moved away to mine BTC (more profitable by 30%). This hashrate should return by the 15th if those miners see BCH as valuable.
I do believe that BSV has a right to exist on its own chain. If they want to open themselves up to poisonous blocks by increasing their forked blocksize to 128mb, they should be allowed to. BCH is too valuable to risk something like that until testing shows that it will be safe to do.
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@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted.

@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

So if right now 12.5 bitcoin are in every block that is mined. (If that’s correct) how do the coins get distributed? Do the miners sell them? How does that work?

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@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted.

@SatoshiLite: 1/ On-chain Bitcoin and Litecoin payments are not peer-to-peer. Payments are sent from sender to miners, who record it on a distributed ledger. The recipient receives the payment when it's recorded. BUT, this is facilitated by a p2p network where transactions are broadcasted. submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Honest question; whats going to happen when all 21,000,000 Bitcoins have been distributed to miners? /r/Bitcoin

Honest question; whats going to happen when all 21,000,000 Bitcoins have been distributed to miners? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Dan tweets: Now that NY power companies are charging crypto miners more than other electric companies, they are directly profiting from the distribution of new Bitcoin, Eth, and other proof of work coins.

Dan tweets: Now that NY power companies are charging crypto miners more than other electric companies, they are directly profiting from the distribution of new Bitcoin, Eth, and other proof of work coins. submitted by Crypto_VixCyn to eos [link] [comments]

Instead of miners encrypting useless keys as POW, could they not instead be given pieces of more useful things to process like a part of a 3d render for a movie, or a science simulation? This would solve resource wastage and revenue can be distributed to miners. /r/Bitcoin

Instead of miners encrypting useless keys as POW, could they not instead be given pieces of more useful things to process like a part of a 3d render for a movie, or a science simulation? This would solve resource wastage and revenue can be distributed to miners. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

So if right now 12.5 bitcoin are in every block that is mined. (If thats correct) how do the coins get distributed? Do the miners sell them? How does that work? /r/BitcoinBeginners

So if right now 12.5 bitcoin are in every block that is mined. (If thats correct) how do the coins get distributed? Do the miners sell them? How does that work? /BitcoinBeginners submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Today, we start to fight back. [We want bitcoin miners converted to scientific distributed computing projects] 111 petaflops, the worlds largest supercomputer is controlled by the bitcoiners currently.

Today, we start to fight back. [We want bitcoin miners converted to scientific distributed computing projects] 111 petaflops, the worlds largest supercomputer is controlled by the bitcoiners currently. submitted by pointmanzero to EnoughLibertarianSpam [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Unlimited & SegWit Miner Distribution

Bitcoin Unlimited & SegWit Miner Distribution submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Huobi Pool Enters the World’s Top 10 Bitcoin Miners by Hashrate Distribution

Huobi Pool Enters the World’s Top 10 Bitcoin Miners by Hashrate Distribution submitted by huobiglobal to HuobiGlobal [link] [comments]

Just two individuals control ~61.11% of the BCH hashrate. It's not "decentralized", it is a 51% attack by a single group of collaborating selfish miners. They will steal coins and distribute them amongst themselves. Bitcoin (BCH) cannot take this risk. /r/btc

Just two individuals control ~61.11% of the BCH hashrate. It's not submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How can I find out the client version distribution of miners/blocks? /r/Bitcoin

How can I find out the client version distribution of miners/blocks? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin hashrate has dropped by ~45% over past 3 days

Bitcoin hashrate has dropped by ~45% over past 3 days submitted by mishax1 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

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