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When the mempool empties, why don't miners mine the 0.999 sat/vB TXNs? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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"Bitcoin [Core] mempool is blowing up right now, to me it looks like a primary miner is cutting off mining to grow the transaction fee cost... there are 1 hour intervals with no blocks mined, about an hour ago there was a huge chunk of low cost transactions thrown into the network.."

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FUN FACT! On September 1, 2018, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network was put to the test as BCH proponents flooded the mempool with millions of transactions. According to statistics during 24 hours, BCH miners processed over 2 million transactions. That is roughly 10 times as many as btc!

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"One day you'll be able to Spend all those bitcoins [BTC] as miner fees in order to escape the mempool congestion!" u/markblundeberg

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Miner profitability will now start to swing back to Bitcoin. Expect the mempool & fees to get back to normal during the next 3 or 4 days

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The Difficulty adjusted, some miners left Bitcoin Cash, a Block was found, the mempool cleared. Bitcoin Cash still works. I don't understand this game that some miners are playing, but do as you wish. Bitcoin Cash lives!

The Difficulty adjusted, some miners left Bitcoin Cash, a Block was found, the mempool cleared. Bitcoin Cash still works. I don't understand this game that some miners are playing, but do as you wish. Bitcoin Cash lives! submitted by grmpfpff to btc [link] [comments]

If only 30% of miners swap to Bitcoin Cash after main chain retarget, Segwitcoin is doomed as the mempool backlog will be massive.

It would become immediately apparent that Bitcoin Cash's massive on-chain scaling approach is far superior.
Once the main chain hits the difficulty retarget in about 6 days, if 30% of the miners leave segwitcoin blocks will be found about 30% slower on the existing chain. With only 1MB blocks on segwitcoin the backlog would be massive. By that time Bitcoin Cash should be solving blocks approximately every 10 minutes and have over 8 times the capacity.
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Graph: Mempool Transaction Count - The number of transactions waiting to be confirmed. Backlogs at an all-time high, users experiencing delays, unable to transact, miners losing fees. Bitcoin network congested and unreliable due to Core/Blockstream's never-ending obstructionism, censorship and lies.

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https://blockchain.info/charts/mempool-count?timespan=all
Core/Blockstream is sabotaging the network by forcing everyone to use their shitty tiny 1 MB "max blocksize" when everyone knows the network can already support 4 MB blocks.
It's time for the Bitcoin community to tell the owners of Blockstream and "the devs they rode in on" to go fuck themselves.
Bitcoin Unlimited is the real Bitcoin, in line with Satoshi's vision.
Meanwhile, BlockstreamCoin+RBF+SegWitAsASoftFork+LightningCentralizedHub-OfflineIOUCoin is some kind of weird unrecognizable double-spendable non-consensus-driven fiat-financed offline centralized settlement-only non-P2P "altcoin".
Smart miners like ViaBTC have already upgraded to Bitcoin Unlimited - and more and more users and miners are dumping Core.
The best way to ensure Bitcoin's continued success is to abandon the corrupt incompetent liars from Core/Blockstream - and move forward with simple, safe on-chain scaling now by upgrading to Bitcoin Unlimited.
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New BCH mining pool Mempool stays true to ‘miners choice’ philosophy and supports Bitcoin SV

New BCH mining pool Mempool stays true to ‘miners choice’ philosophy and supports Bitcoin SV submitted by satoshi_vision to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Market liquidity is drying up as people can't get their bitcoins on the exchanges pushing up prices which in turn encourages even more people to sell clogging up the mempool. No, miners are not making a real term profit from the current situation. How long before this bubble bursts

Market liquidity is drying up as people can't get their bitcoins on the exchanges pushing up prices which in turn encourages even more people to sell clogging up the mempool. No, miners are not making a real term profit from the current situation. How long before this bubble bursts submitted by jimukgb to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin difficulty is projected to increase by 15%. What does this mean for miners, mempool, etc.?

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In one day and 22 hrs from now, the miners will be back to mining Bitcoin and the mempool will be cleared.

In one day and 22 hrs from now, the miners will be back to mining Bitcoin and the mempool will be cleared. submitted by readish to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[PSA] Bitcoin Testnet Does Not Work: 5MB mempool, 5KB blocks. Testnet miners select transactions randomly, not based on fees

[PSA] Bitcoin Testnet Does Not Work: 5MB mempool, 5KB blocks. Testnet miners select transactions randomly, not based on fees submitted by nopara73 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] If miners were nice, the mempool would be empty

The following post by S1r_Mar71n is being replicated because the post has been silently greylisted(for 9.0 hours).
(It was approved by the mods at: 2018-02-10T14:36:07.000Z)
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
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Spamming the network unfortunately doesn't result in coal for Christmas - The bottom half (50%) of the mempool (in size) accounts for only 1/15th (~7%) of the reward miners collect (in fees) for every block they find. /r/Bitcoin

Spamming the network unfortunately doesn't result in coal for Christmas - The bottom half (50%) of the mempool (in size) accounts for only 1/15th (~7%) of the reward miners collect (in fees) for every block they find. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

12-26 23:12 - 'Miner fees are hundreds of satoshi per byte according to the mempool, which corresponds to the high fees. Are you saying BitPay fakes the entire mempool to make it look like a congestion problem, rather than what it actually is...' by /u/Mrfish31 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 7-17min

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Miner fees are hundreds of satoshi per byte according to the mempool, which corresponds to the high fees. Are you saying BitPay fakes the entire mempool to make it look like a congestion problem, rather than what it actually is, y'know, a congestion problem?
And if you actually want to use your coin because you get paid in it, why are you so against Bitcoin Cash? It's much closer to satoshi's original vision for bitcoin, and he himself said that blocksize would be increased to scale the network. Where did the decentralised P2P dream go? It's alive and well in bitcoin cash. This subreddit is lying to you. Big blocks don't lead to centralisation. Satoshi envisioned that in the end game, only around 100k full nodes would exist, and this would preserve decentralisation. Or, he said, by the time the network gets to that size, the cost of running the increased node would be drastically reduced.
You'd be paying fees of less than a cent to transfer and use your money. As it is now, you're taking a $25 pay cut everytime you buy groceries.
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Even with bitcoin miners building blocks as small as 30 KB, the mempool is only at 3.3 MB

Even with bitcoin miners building blocks as small as 30 KB, the mempool is only at 3.3 MB submitted by lightcoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Mempool Grows as Miners Switch Over to Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Mempool Grows as Miners Switch Over to Bitcoin Cash submitted by CryptoCurrencyNews to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

08-25 16:12 - 'You should be able to eliminate that problem by increasing the blocksize limit and enabling the next miner to clear the mempool.' by /u/grabberfish removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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You should be able to eliminate that problem by increasing the blocksize limit and enabling the next miner to clear the mempool.
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The Difficulty adjusted, some miners left Bitcoin Cash, a Block was found, the mempool cleared. Bitcoin Cash still works. I don't understand this game that some miners are playing, but do as you wish. Bitcoin Cash lives!

The Difficulty adjusted, some miners left Bitcoin Cash, a Block was found, the mempool cleared. Bitcoin Cash still works. I don't understand this game that some miners are playing, but do as you wish. Bitcoin Cash lives! submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I've been told here that miner and user interests always align per bitcoin's design, so how do you feel about mining non-full blocks with transactions in the mempool?

I've been told here that miner and user interests always align per bitcoin's design, so how do you feel about mining non-full blocks with transactions in the mempool? submitted by SamWouters to btc [link] [comments]

If only 30% of miners swap to Bitcoin Cash after main chain retarget, Segwitcoin is doomed as the mempool backlog will be massive. /r/btc

If only 30% of miners swap to Bitcoin Cash after main chain retarget, Segwitcoin is doomed as the mempool backlog will be massive. /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why is the Mempool so Full? Bitcoin's Memory Pool Space KCN The bitcoin mempool is clogged with transactions 7850 Litecoin Miner What is the Mempool of Bitcoin? #Cryptovlog 37

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