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First, from a cryptography point of view, transactions have to be signed, and the other nodes in the network will be able to detect and reject transactions for which the signature was forged. Second, from an incentive point of view the miner will hav
It's an event that brings equal parts predictability and uncertainty. For close to a year, bitcoin miners and investors have been preparing for a network change nicknamed 'the halving'. At approximately 18:00 UTC tomorrow, the subsidy the bitcoin net
From "The Unreasonable Fundamental Incertitudes Behind Bitcoin Mining" (page 40):With current bitcoin software [6, 7], at certain moments in time the reward for mining is divided by two in one single step. This is NOT compensated by the fact the the
From what I understand, Proof of Activity and Proof of Stake are methods of preventing a 51% attack. Proof of Stake basically means that the people that hold the most coins sign the blocks that will be part of the block chain. This means that the peo
You can find out the average transaction fees gathered per block here. You can see that it's been slowly increasing recently, and there tends to be a block every year or so that skews the average quite a bit. But we can confidently say that currently
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In a transaction, you pull in funds from one or more sources and send out funds to one or more places. A transaction may not send out more funds than were paid into it. The transaction fee is simply the difference between the funds sent out and the f