If they tell you to define the digital currency community, you probably have to draw several different boundaries. Technical features, consensus types, usages, usages, etc. make every community follow different policies, but Bitcoin and Altcoin are two of the most basic boundaries in this field, which is not necessarily marginal. But new statistics now show that this boundary does not make any sense at least in relation to miners.
ABMCrypto claims in its new report that the fall of one currency paves the way for another. Every time there is a fluctuation in price, there is talk of the peninsula season or the bitcoin spring; meanwhile, are the miners of each network affected by these boundaries? Do the miners still get involved in this orientation with all the cost of maintaining the rails, farm fees and electricity, and internet costs?
Despite the low profits and margins available, the peninsula miners still value the monetary value of digital currencies. Thomas Heller, director of F2Pool Pool Business Development, one of the largest bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum mining pools, said in a recent interview that pen mining miners continue to save their profits in bitcoin. He said in an interview:
I believe that many miners in Peninsula earn all their earnings in bitcoin and in some cases Fiat money.
On the other hand, things are a bit different for bitcoin miners. Some quickly convert their profits into cash to pay for their current expenses, such as electricity. Others are doing the same thing as huddling in the hope of raising prices.
Bitcoin or ALTCoin can be considered as the main debate of the Year 2020. The debate that seems to be changing is rapidly changing. In the early days of the new year, Ethereum, as the number one market-leading device, had more to say than Bitcoin, and we saw the price of this digital currency grow significantly higher than Bitcoin.
From December 2019 to February 2020, the price of Ethereum from Bitcoin increased from 1.7% to 2.8%. Perhaps in a more rational comparison, these figures may not be quite accurate, but despite rising bitcoins prices and rising to $10000 and rising to gold, Ethereum was able to add 64% to its value.
This price increase was not very sustainable for Bitcoin, and as the global financial crisis worsened, bitcoins plummeted to $ 4.7, marking its biggest fall in 24-hours in the past seven years. At the same time, Ethereum experienced a 25% drop in prices, from 2.8% bitcoins to 2.1% bitcoins.
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