12% of revenue came from fees, the highest percentage since January 2018.
After sustained growth over the past three months, bitcoin's mining power has dropped with a seasonal falloff in hydropower output in China.
It will still take time to stabilize the miner revenue from fees before the Bitcoin network can display some healthy growth
With more than 33% of the bitcoin hashrate lost, reports stemming from Sichuan show that bitcoin miners are dealing with electrical shortages
Mining for cryptocurrency Bitcoin is currently the most competitive it has ever been, and it's about to get...
A recent report has confirmed that not only does China control a large percentage of Bitcoin’s worldwide hash rate, but most of it also comes from just one province. The Sichuan province ...
Bitcoin price has grown over 40% since the asset's halving this past May. The market braced for the miner "death spiral" caused by the sudden doubling of
Ethereum miners generated an all-time high of nearly 17% of their total revenue from the transaction fees in June — up from just 10% in May — based on a 30-day rolling average. ...
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Cryptocurrency miners have been making millions in digital currency from China's excess energy. Now, a government crackdown could end the gold rush
Bitcoin transaction fees keep the cryptocurrency functioning, but may threaten its long-term viability and contribute to its energy waste, according to a new study from Cornell researchers.
China's bitcoin miners scoop up greater production power: research