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So far what I get is that when I send ether or any contract via the ethereum network that I then have to pay for this transaction by paying gas (which again has a price in ether and so on). So miners try to solve this transaction by building the next block and if they achieve it they broadcast this to the network. So I guess one miner will solve my transaction and this one miner will get the whole fee.
(This is kind of my first question: how many miners get my fee for this transaction? Since I think that only one will achieve to solve it, right?)
On the other hand I also know that within the bitcoin network miners get rewarded by mining bitcoins. Thus new bitcoins are created. But isn't that also true for the ethereum network? Aren't miners also creating new ether by mining?
So miners must get the fee plus they get rewarded with newly created ether?