Monthly Ethereum Mining Revenue Shoots up. ETH Miners Leading Over BTC Miners



Following the rise in Bitcoin values, cryptocurrency mining has resurfaced with a vengeance, with many people purchasing rigs to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies. 

The current analysis on the Global Bitcoin-Mining Machine Market examines crucial market expansion aspects to assist organisations get a competitive advantage in the sector. The front is dominated by Bitcoin miners. The trend has appeared to reverse in the previous three months, according to CoinShares Research. As a result, ETH miners have recently maintained a revenue lead over BTC miners.

ETH Miners > BTC Miners

ETH miners made $1.98 billion in income in August, while BTC miners made $1.4 billion. Mining revenue is made up of transaction fees and block rewards, as well as the price of the asset at the time. In August, ETH miners earned almost $690 million in transaction fees, compared to $18.72 million for Bitcoin miners. 

The daily issuance of ETH has been on a deflationary trend since August 5. While Ethereum’s mining revenue held up in dollar terms in August, it was mostly owing to ETH’s price rebound and an increase in on-chain operations related to the NFT markets.

Instead of transaction fees, BTC miners appear to make a substantial portion of their income from mining incentives of 6.25 BTC every verified block. According to analysis, this is the longest period in history in which ETH miners have out-earned BTC miners in terms of revenue. 

In reality, transaction fees collected by Ethereum miners in August decreased from over 90,000 ETH in July to just over 66,159 ETH in August, despite the fact that over 170,000 ETH were burned last month.

According to available data, transaction fees related to on-chain activities on the NFT marketplace Opensea accounted for almost 15% of the ETH burned in August.

Meanwhile, Glassnode’s most recent statistics indicate Miners’ Netflow Volume. On September 5, it fell by -15.913 BTC, bringing it to a one-month low. Negative flows are simply the result of BTC miners liquidating their holdings. It may also occur prior to a Bitcoin network difficulty upgrade.

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Qadir AK

Qadir Ak is the founder of Coinpedia. He has over a decade of experience writing about technology and has been covering the blockchain and cryptocurrency space since 2010. He has also interviewed a few prominent experts within the cryptocurrency space.

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