The mining reward used to be 50 btc in 2009, for a successfully mined block.
So not really at all like a "signup bonus", you actually had to do the work (and be the fastest to get the correct hash!) to get it.
I believe all the following has applied since the beginning and is still what happens.
The mining reward is not given when starting to mine but is allocated when each block has been successfully mined.
The miner chooses what happens to the mining reward. They include as the first transaction in a block a special "coinbase" transaction that has no ...
As a result of mining, miners receive income from two sources
The mining reward per block, which halves approximately every 4 years.
The transaction fees for the transactions the miner includes in the block.
The miner includes as the first transaction in the block (the "coinbase" transaction) a transaction with no inputs and with ...
If you're asking how you yourself can add a new block to Bitcoin's chain via solo mining, then unfortunately unless you have a lot of hardware to do so, you will likely never add a block yourself by solo mining.
And, if you had the hardware to do so, you wouldn't be asking this question.
If you're asking just in general, then chytrik's response is a good ...
Treat as a scam, and try your best to get your coins back
And ID and personal data theft!
Recently I am a victim of lginn.com fake trading website, yes, I am brand new to Crypto and I lost everything! and suckered in but an Asian girl after 2 1/2 months she blocked me
Said her name was Yumiko
claimed she was born in Hong Kong
Tracing the email IP put her or ...
Transactions vary a lot in data size, so it's usually more useful to compare the feerates of transactions rather than absolute fees. For example, a transaction that batches fifty payments may pay the same feerate, but a significantly higher fee, while still having a lower fee per payment than a transaction that performs a single payment.
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