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Bitcoin Basics 101-Part 7

Invest In Bitcoin And Other Types Of Crypto Currency And Crypto Coins By Joining The Bitclub Network And Markethive

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Author : Bitcoins Basics 101 PDF Ebook by DAVID DODGE and BRIAN DIXON
 

It's also difficult to predict the answer. Block. A block is a series of transactions placed together. Every Bitcoin Block is linked with the one before it in the chain as well as the one that will come after it. The further back a block is in the chain, the more difficult it is for a hacker to corrupt or change the data. Blocks connect with each other to form what is known as the Block Chain -­ the backbone of the Bitcoin system. Difficulty. When trying to mine bitcoins, you're going to get a difficulty factor. This number tells you how hard it will be to find a winning hash and collect your bounty of bitcoins. On average, around six blocks should be solved every hour. Adding a random difficulty factor to this ensures that most blocks take around ten minutes to solve. Because new people are joining the network and others are leaving all the time, the difficulty factor is used to ensure that each block takes approximately ten minutes to solve -­ no matter how many people are connected to the Bitcoin network at the time. So, the more nodes in the Bitcoin network, the harder it is going to be to compute the hash and clear the block. Still, it comes down to luck as to which node in the network actually finds the winning solution first. Bitcoin Rewards. Another interesting aspect of the Bitcoin network is that the reward for solving a block is controlled very closely. Every so often, the reward is halved so that less bitcoins are put into circulation. While the number started high in the early days of Bitcoin, it currently stands at 25 BTC per block in early 2014.
 

In the year 2140, the halving will stop with bitcoin rewards being at zero finally. Exactly 21 million bitcoins will be in circulation at that time. At this point, the reward for solving the hash and clearing the block will be a part of the transaction fee -­ which will be a lot less than the current bounty of 25 BTC. In the very early days of Bitcoin, people were able to use their personal computers to mine for bitcoins without any problems. However, as more people started getting involved and they began throwing more and more computing power at the problem, Bitcoin Mining has become more of a team sport, with lone wolves unable to compete with all the others mining bitcoins. Today, application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) processors are custom built just for Bitcoin mining. The other main cost, of course, is electricity to keep the computer running. Most of the electricity is usually spent keeping the computer hardware cool as it crunches the numbers trying to solve hashes. In the beginning a single person could compete if they had a really fast computer with lots of RAM and a great graphics card, but those days are long gone. As large companies have formed and set-­up dedicated server farms to mine bitcoins, the individual has very little chance of being able to compete. This is why Bitcoin groups pooling resources have become so popular. Different computers are pooled together to work on solving a block. If someone in the group comes up with the answer, the reward is split among everyone in the group depending on how much processing power they supplied.
 

CHAPTER TWO. BITCOIN AND THE ECONOMY. Unlike the financial systems in place around the world, bitcoins are created at a fixed rate -­ one that was decided on when Bitcoin first launched. Because of this, Bitcoin mining is very competitive. The scarcity of bitcoins is gradually making them more and more valuable. With a finite number going to be available, their value is likely to increase over time. As more people join the Bitcoin network, it becomes more and more difficult to make a profit with Bitcoin mining -­ unless you throw a lot of money at the problem and buy expensive hardware that you can dedicate just to Bitcoin mining. At the same time, because Bitcoin is a decentralized system, no one person is able to control or manipulate Bitcoin in order to line their own pockets with money. Add to that the fact that bitcoins are created at a predictable and decreasing rate over time, and it's easy to see why so many people are excited about the possibility of making a fortune by mining bitcoins or speculating on their value over time. When 21 million bitcoins are produced, it's going to likely increase their value even more -­ if Bitcoin is still around in 2140. Why Bitcoin Has Gained Traction Over Time For some, it's hard to imagine one person's idea becoming reality -­ something that has gained popularity all over the world. On the other hand, the Internet has enabled many similar success stories to happen. Still, there are reasons that Bitcoin has managed to gain traction over time.
 

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