Expressing Bitcoin's energy use on a per-transaction basis is a useful abstraction. Bitcoin uses x energy in total, and this energy verifies/secures roughly 300k transactions per day. So this measure shows the value we get for all that electricity, since the verified transaction (and our confidence in it) is ultimately the end product.
Can Crypto Help Solve, Rather Than Accelerate, The Challenge Of Climate Change?
As Bitcoin's carbon emissions continue to accelerate it’s critical we innovate and find solutions to ensure blockchain and crypto are contributing to the decarbonization of our economy, not accelerating the problem.
Bitcoin dev finds potentially crippling security flaw in Bitcoin Cash
A massive security vulnerability was found in Bitcoin Cash that, if exploited, would have crippled its blockchain with a bad block.
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