One of the most appealing aspects of Bitcoin is the ability to create it out of thin air via a process known as “mining”. While that’s a bit of an oversimplification (earning Bitcoin is more about contributing hardware than alchemy), mining remains an incentive for getting on board with Satoshi Nakamoto’s “magic internet money” – but is mining still a feasible activity for the average person almost a decade after Bitcoin first appeared?
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