One issue critics like to harp on regarding Bitcoin's fixed supply is how miners will fare once they lose their block rewards. They worry that the Using current mining costs as a measure of required mining profitability over 100 years from now is dubious, since we don't know how mining technology will progress over time.
30 Aug 2017 In this blog we talk about using the blockchain explorer for any cyrptocurrency with live exampes from bitcoin and ethereum. We also dicuss difficulty. If the height or last block is 100, then the current blockchain length is 100. A longer chain Most of the coin supply is from block rewards (check part 4).
First of all, if you're talking about PPLNS it's important to understand how it works. PPLNS is short for “Pay Per Last N Shares”. The current proportional reward system is round based. One round is the time between the first share after the last found block and the share which solves a block. PPLNS however means that we
22 Aug 2017 Ethereum The current problem is the difficulty bomb is already built into Ethereum's code (as of March 2016) — but Casper's POS won't be ready for it. Developers are now proposing to delay the difficulty increase, and instead reduce block rewards from 5 ETH to three. The increased difficulty and/or