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refers to the schedule by which the mining reward for a blockchain based currency is dispensed.

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The reason for transaction fee is to pay miners when the block subsidy goes to zero. Since the block subsidy halves every 4 years (roughly), it will become negligible fairly soon, and transaction fees …
answered May 12 '18 by Andrew Chow
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This is not possible because the regtest network is limited to 15000 regtest BTC. Unlike mainnet and testnet, it's halving interval is 150 blocks which limits the number of regtest BTC on one chain to …
answered Dec 25 '18 by Andrew Chow
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If you were a miner, what are the steps you would take to create the extra (21,000,012.5th) bitcoin? Where in the source code is this exactly (link)? There are two components to CVE-2018-171 …
answered Sep 22 '18 by Andrew Chow