Ethereum Miners Made Eight Times More Fees Than Bitcoin Miners in September

Ethereum Miners Made Eight Times More Fees Than Bitcoin Miners in September

Ethereum has seen immense congestion as of late due to an influx of transaction demand. The transaction demand stems from the rise of decentralized finance applications, which take up a large amount of block space. ETH miners have collected so many fees that data shows that they made eight times more than Bitcoin miners in transaction fees over September. Proponents of Ethereum say that this is a positive sign for the cryptocurrency, as it may […]


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