Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are gradually becoming more sustainable


and other coins provide a unique way to pay and are rapidly catching on. It all hinges on the ability to process transactions using a proprietary algorithm.

This is followed by a series of complex calculations before being recorded in the . The measurements are carried out by a team of miners. This party is also starting to make a major contribution to Bitcoin’s long-term viability.

Special computers are required to mine Bitcoin, and these consume a lot of . Although this was a significant environmental burden in the early years, the high cost of often forced miners to seek out alternative energy sources.

Although energy consumption has increased, the to primarily renewable energy sources has reduced the environmental “footprint” It makes no difference how many transactions there are in Bitcoin because it does not result in a major in energy consumption.

Other missing pieces contribute to its long-term viability.
The use of Bitcoin is mainly dependent on existing infrastructure, and banknotes and coins are not used.

As a result, the numerous transactions carried out with Bitcoin have no additional environmental impact and also outperform cash transfers and credit card .

The combined effect of transitioning to renewable energy sources for mining, combined with the advantages over other “traditional” types of , gives Bitcoin a green touch that is unmistakably in line with the targets that are now commonplace for almost any product or service provided.

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