but how exactly are all of these transaction fees sent to the miner who mines the block?
They are not really sent anywhere - they don't need to be.
When a block is mined by a given miner, the consensus protocol ensures that the rest of the network becomes (eventually) consistent, meaning that all other miners accept the approved block, and get on with ...
Each block has a gasLimit field. A miner can increase or decrease it. This change is small, less than 0.05 % of the parent's value. So it cannot be changed immediately to an arbitrary value, usually changes have to be applied for several hundred of blocks before it reaches a particular value.
Now there are three situations with respect to miner gasTarget and ...
The transaction hashes are self-evident from the transaction contents including the nonce. Normally, the sender+nonce combo is unique, so transaction hashes are unique. There is an exception (the "speed up" transaction trick) where the user rebroadcasts the same sender+nonce (usually with a higher GasPrice) and the second version may replace the ...
These transactions have a null gas price because they are sent by the miner itself.
If we look at the transaction history of the address 0xBbed1c61b6E68c397b021C1274080A2005042C08 we see one incoming transaction of 100 ETH on 13 April 2021 coming from...F2Pool. This leads to think, without too much doubt, that this address belongs to F2Pool.
Why some ...
The main Hashimoto mining loop is defined in the following Python pseudo-code (found here):
def mine(full_size, dataset, header, difficulty):
# zero-pad target to compare with hash on the same digit
target = zpad(encode_int(2**256 // difficulty), 64)[::-1]
from random import randint
nonce = randint(0, 2**64)
There is an easier way to changing to T-Rex or waiting for the dag,
to config or arguments add this
let's say you have 3070's and 1080's if you write it like this
it will only affect 3070's, if you need to write 3060 ti there is a riddiculous bug, you have to start with alpha
RTX3060Ti if you write 3060*Ti it will not work.
What it ...