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Full English Translation of the Central African Republic Cryptocurrency Law

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Bitcoin (PoW) Mining Energy Consumption

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Bitcoin (PoW) Mining Energy Consumption

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Crypto Is Not Decentralized

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NYC mayor Eric Adams criticizing environmental impact of BTC Mining. This MINERS coin says they have a solution.

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MINERS just released a major statement about NYC mayor Eric Adams BTC mining controversy I They have a solution to make BTC mining 100% green and profitable I Backed by over 115K in Real BTC Mining Hardware Asics I Insane potential

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The 1mb block wars are a clear example of MINERS having final say in governance. I don't think any *user* wanted $100+ fees as part of the roadmap. Why would they?

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Right- energy usage scales with the number of MINERS. Number of miners and number of transactions are related but also not dependent. Some Miners are shutting down right now due the recent price drop. As you probably know, Every 3.5 years the mining rewards are also cut in half. Also, More miners = less rewards per miner due to competition. Some miners shut down as rewards drop, competition increases, new (expensive) equipment is needed, etc. And since miner PROFIT is dependent on their costs and mining is highly portable, miners are incentivized to find the cheapest energy they can to lower their costs…. Which is generally where energy is readily available but demand is low. This leads to an entire other tangent about mining incentivizing us of renewable energy and helping to financially support the build out grid infrastructure to support solar, geothermal and other renewable but geographically isolated energy sources. But in the end, what it all comes down to is VALUE. It’s not just about what is the cost to support the network, but what is the value for that spent energy. Look past the money-making incentive for miners and western investors to the value of the Bitcoin network to the vast number of unbanked people in the world, the millions of global refugees, residents of countries who’s national currency has been inflated to zero, people who want to send money to family in other countries without paying western union 20%, small business owners who struggle to stay profitable paying the 3% credit card fee, etc

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Ohh my god. The level of misinformation out there. NODES HAVE PROVEN TO BE THE BIGGER POWER THAN MINERS. see this video and enjoy your life: https://youtu.be/ncPyMUfNyVM

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I KNOW CAUSE THEY ARE REACHING OUT TO MINERS LIKE MYSELF FOR LIQUIDITY. Maybe they're just trying to source more bitcoin to buy because more people want to buy than sell? But as always, bitcoin is about minimizing trust. Don't trust the exchanges

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Crypto was never against custodial solutions "Abstract. A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another **without going through a financial institution.** " The only defense against this is a rather lame cop out, about how the important thing is that you *could*, *theoretically* trade P2P, so it doesn't matter if the vast majority of trade ends up going through centralized third parties because you *could* do elsewise, but you won't, because its completely impractical. >The underlaying asset is still the most decentralized crypto project out there [lol](https://btc.com/stats/pool) Cue stock [MINERS DON'T CONTROL BITCOIN NODES DO](https://blog.bitmex.com/translation-of-chinese-miner-consensus-meeting/) reply.

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Wind, solar, hydro, USE THEM TO PWOER THE MINERS

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN'S HASHING POWER. These are pools.

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>FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN'S HASHING POWER. That sounds decentralized to me. Four **different** miners. Four different parties. Yeah not optimal but centralized would be closer to ONE miner having more than 50% control

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> FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN'S HASHING POWER. Four *pools* is not four *miners*. Unless those "pools" are misusing the term?

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How many more of these dumb posts can we get? These aren't "4 MINERS" that control over 50% of the hash power but 4 MINING POOLS, MADE ALL MADE OF VARIOUS MINERS CONTRIBUTING HASHPOWER THAT CAN AT ANY TIME DELEGATE THIER HASH TO ANOTHER MINING POOL IF NEEDED.

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You literally said, in reference to the pools: >FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN'S HASHING POWER. So, again, **no**, they do not function as single miners. All participants in a pool are free to "vote" independently on matters of consequence to network governance. The fact that they are choosing to cooperate at any given moment doesn't mean they will always choose to do so. You are also not taking into account the validator nodes, which are one of the main agents of decentralization. ​ >It's almost as if those centralized entities can decide what, when, and the price of what to sell you. There are, of course, whales, market-making bots, and so on, but they aren't a direct consequence of the existence of CEXs. More to the point, unless you're going to argue that every CEX, plus the many, many high-volume DEXs (Uniswap, etc) are all in cahoots, then the suggestion that they are deciding the price of what to sell you is ridiculous. Any entity that tried to dictate non-market-based pricing would immediately create an opportunity for arbitrage and lose volume, and therefore fees. The incentive of exchanges is to reduce barriers to trading, not increase them. As for the final point, you highlighted an arbitrary portion of what I said in order to create a statement that I didn't say. Like I actually **did** say, though, if a single entity controlled a ton of hashpower but its miners all mined solo or participated in smaller pools, you would not be making your "FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN's HASHING POWER" all-caps argument, yet functional centralization would potentially be greater.

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>FOUR MINERS CONTROL 53% OF BITCOIN’S HASHING POWER. I’m really going to need you to understand how mining works before you post this again.

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LMAO, yea that makes sense. Bet they're just salty because they have no BTC or MINERS :D

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Better to invest in Miners DeFi. They do sustainable crypto mining with 100% green hydropower. IMO it's not actually possible to do mining sustainably using fossil fuels. Also will prob lead to much better returns in the long run and all you gotta do to get mining rewards is buy MINERS tokens. It's a no brainer.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is bullish for MINERS

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You're totally right... BUT BTC isn't going anywhere. It's better to invest in green mining groups like MINERS (Miners DeFi token) that use 100% hydropower. IMO the only way to futureproof your investments is to go green. I'm bullish on that one.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would buy more $MINERS (Miners Defi) coins and strap in to hopefully add a few more millions to my millions. For real though, I don't think I'll stop investing once I've made money. There's always more money to be made. And some things rally even in a bear market. Like the coin I just mentioned, it's got insane fundamentals and marketing hasn't even started yet. I am doing this for the journey, not the destination.

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WOOOOOOOO GO SOLO MINERS Fuck yeaaaa

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WOOOOOOO GO SOLO MINERS Fuck yea

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SPANISH MINERS ARMADA confirmed! That actually sounds pretty badass

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> This is what critics claim, that bitcoins rules can be easily changed by altering bitcoin **MINERS** which govern bitcoin, but removing that hard cap Would destroy the value of bitcoin as a system and alienate investors and long-term believers, everyone who owns bitcoin is massively dis-incentivized to do this Full nodes don't do much for the network or secutiry

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So you're saying it's the responsibility of energy producers and the government to switch our grid to sustainable energy? No way! I think the responsibility for switching our entire power grid to sustainable green energy is completely on BTC MINERS! BTC miners need to put on their btc capes and fly around the world magically creating more sustainable energy grids!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What you think about MINERS OF DALARNIA? Will it moon?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

HEY serious question for everyone ... considering MINERS and the way they work, would a breakthrough in Quantum Computers / Processing Power / AI crash the crypto (and BTC) market because of processing power ?? Or would the algorithm adjust up SHARPLY at this happening?