Bitcoin miners have seen a decrease in fee revenue as the price of Bitcoin experienced a significant drop. On-chain analytics firm Glassnode reported that total transaction fees paid to miners reached a five-month low of $21,256, worse than the previous low recorded over a month ago. Miners rely on fiat currency to finance their operations and convert their BTC holdings into cash. The drop in revenue disrupted their liquidation plans, causing them to hoard BTC and wait for prices to rebound before selling. Despite the challenges faced by miners, the overall hash rate for Bitcoin has been increasing, which is crucial for the security and decentralization of the blockchain. However, less-efficient miners may be forced to shut down their operations due to the decline in revenue and the need for expensive mining equipment.

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