In the 9 years since Bitcoin emerged, 80% of its reserves have been removed.
I got a 20 percent slice to get it back. So what happens when all Bitcoins are removed? Eighty percent of the Bitcoin stock, the most notable cryptocurrency, was removed. To put it briefly, Bitcoin limited the total amount to 21 million, while Bitcoin, the fake name Satoshi Nakamoto, created the digital currency. At the beginning of this month, the miners had reached 16,800,000 bit pilgrimages and reached the quarter of the reserve.
The small amount of Bitcoin left behind means that the encoding of the currency will become even more difficult. It is foreseen that the removal of the remaining 20% will continue until around 2033. However, there are many parameters such as the progress of the technology and the difficulty of removing the bitcoin. In addition, Satoshi Nakamoto rewarded the person who made his debut in 2009 with 50 Bitcoins. Perhaps he can also reward the person who made the bitmap match, which allows the reserve to reach 80%.
As soon as all Bitcoins are exhausted, nothing new will be removed. However, the transaction fees will be recycled in a loop, which will ensure the longevity of the mining industry. In short, the more Bitcoin is processed after reaching all reservations, the more Bitcoins will be waiting to be removed. Well, do you think that the lower transaction fees will be raised to increase the output of mining after you have reached all the