How does mining work in the Bitcoin network
Mining in the Bitcoin network involves solving complex mathematical algorithms with powerful computers in order to validate transactions and create new blocks. When a block is created, the miner who solved the algorithm is rewarded with a certain number of bitcoins and the fees associated with the transactions included in the block. The validated transactions are then added to the blockchain, a public ledger of all transactions in the network. The difficulty of the algorithms is adjusted to maintain a stable rate of block creation and to control the supply of new bitcoins. This process of solving algorithms and validating transactions provides the backbone for the security and trust of the Bitcoin network.
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