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This Week in Mining: February 17th

A few updates this week in the world of mining:
  1. Developers of Bitcoin Cash ABC have announced their intention to move forward with implementing the latest version of the plan in the upcoming 0.21.0 release. There are several differences with this version from the initial announcement, including a reduced percentage of the block reward and activation mechanism. There also appears to be a competing fork of the upcoming 0.21.0 upgrade that removes the coinbase reward code . We will continue to monitor this story.
  2. Coindesk reports that MicroBT, a manufacturer of Bitcoin mining hardware, has eroded incumbent Bitmain’s market share in 2019 by selling over half a million units. As we approach the halvening and hashrate continues to be added at an accelerating pace, we will no doubt see competition in the hardware space heat up even further.
  3. Crypto researcher Hasu dissects the common arguments warning against the dangers of mining centralization. Not only does he conclude that mining concentration is inevitable, he also makes the argument that it is harmless.

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This Week in Mining: February 10th

A few updates this week in the world of mining:
  1. As we approach the Bitcoin halvening, the mining industry is under pressure from both the uncertainty inherent to such a seminal event as well as the rising costs of doing business. Coindesk published a story detailing US-based mining firm Coinmint’s internal struggles as a result of these factors
  2. Dragonfly Capital released an interesting breakdown explaining why exchanges continue to list small-cap coins like Bitcoin Gold (BTG) in spite of 51% attacks. (Spoiler: They’re still profitable)
  3. Ukrainian authorities issued a positive statement regarding the regulation of miners in the country, stating that mining doesn’t require regulatory activity from government oversight bodies.

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This Week in Mining: February 3rd

A few updates this week in the world of mining:

  1. Bitcoin SV (BSV) conducted a hardfork which resulted in a non-trivial number of nodes remaining on an incompatible version. This caused a brief chain split that appears to have been resolved as of this writing.

  2. Researcher Hasu describes a new form of 51% attack called the “Purge” attack in which an attacker with sufficient hashing power replaces a number of the most recent blocks with empty blocks, sending previously confirmed transactions back into the mempool.


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