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    Is Mining in Bitcoin Profitable?

    Abstract:Is Mining in Bitcoin Profitable?
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      Bitcoin is dubbed the key to great wealth. As for the investment in this regard, two methods can be adopted at present. Purchasing via exchanges is more convenient and faster but costly and highly risky while mining is time-consuming yet with lower risks. Therefore, is mining able to enrich traders? The answer can be found herein.

      As jargon in the cryptocurrency field, mining refers to the process of producing Bitcoin via complex hashing algorithms and strong cryptography. With the system generating a block every ten minutes, the first miner who finds this block can have the right to add valid blocks to this blockchain. In this case, mining is profitable because miners can obtain Bitcoin as a reward in the wake of completing their work.

      The number of miners is increasing whereas Bitcoin is experiencing a crunch. A machine featuring higher performance is necessary for a trader who wants to profit more from Bitcoin. Returns are influenced by differences in prices, energy consumption, and processing power.

      In addition, the majority of miners choose to pool resources, sharing their processing power over a network, in a bid to guarantee the stability of their profits. This operation is quite understandable as it can protect them from risks triggered by the insufficiency of individual mining and the less probability of finding a block.

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