The thing that makes block 700597 special is, it's the first Bitcoin block to earn its processor a higher return in transaction fees than the block subsidy.
That world record block is the second time that the record has been broken in quick succession, following a block at height 699097 containing 999,743,208 bytes.
The record-sized block in question today was #699097, processed on August 6, 2021, at 4:04 a.m. UTC by an unknown miner. It included 11,785 transactions and earned 5.03489686 BSV in fees.
We're sending a warning to people in and out of the crypto industry. There is a website trying to cheat unsuspecting users looking to visit SVPool.com.
CoinGeek Mining and Hardware CEO Joe Chin, in a recent presentation, enumerated the advantages of mining with SVPool as well as running Bitcoin SV.
At the Bitcoin BCH Miners Choice Summit last November 2, Dr. Craig Wright discussed what Bitcoin was meant to be, and why miners should support the original Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin by mining with Bitcoin SV and joining SVPool.
Based on the pre-test results, it’s highly recommended that everyone get ready for the main stress test event on November 17 by running Bitcoin SV, the full node implementation designed to fulfill the vision set out by Satoshi Nakamoto’s original Bitcoin white paper.
The CoinGeek Week Conference is the perfect place to hear from thought leaders about the implications of the worlds first Bitcoin Hash War fought according to Nakamoto Consensus.
Bitcoin BCH mining pool SVPool holds 19.44% of global Bitcoin BCH hash power as of November 12, second only to the CoinGeek pool holding 29.17%.
CoinGeek Week will be held in just about two weeks and, due to requests from the mining community, a new day of events has been added especially for crypto miners.