Revenue of the first cryptocurrency has returned to the levels that were observed before halving.
According to Glassnode, In November, the miners' total revenue was more than $15 million per day, with a peak of $21.2 million.
In the days leading up to the halving, revenue was more than $ 16 million per day. Mining profitability fell due to both halving and the fall in the value of BTC in the spring.
In recent days, the price of BTC has increased significantly, offsetting losses due to reduced remuneration, which explainsBitcoin and mining yields in the last month.
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