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There are signs that a major Bitcoin miner (who was liquidating stored Bitcoins to keep power going) has officially gone busto.
Here you see major hash decline: https://www.blockchain.com/charts/hash-rate Here you can see '1st spends' of Bitcoin https://terminal.bytetree.com/bitcoin (I can't verify the accuracy of this). I've been watching 1st spends a while, averaging like 15,000 more Bitcoins spent than mined for the last year. That's like $180 Mil. First spends can only be done by miners. Spending more than mined basically means they are spending from old blocks (like blocks that paid out 50 BTC, 25 BTC, 12.5 BTC etc). There is some bonus value to first spend coins that I don't quite understand, but basically you get 10% or 20% more than the Bitcoin value when you spend them, because they are completely untraceable or something like that. You can sort of trace Bitcoins, but it's very, very hard to trace newly mined Bitcoins until they are spent and linked up with other assets of said individual. So over the last year, someone has been liquidating these reserve Bitcoins, while hash power of Bitcoin has gone up like double from where it was and payouts have fallen in half, so mining is paying like 25% of what it was this time last year, when BTC was $10k (presuming you stay on old equipment, etc.). I could imagine a situation where a BTC bull holds these first spend coins for a long time, planning on a rapid price jump which takes a long time to materialize. And then combine that with he $3.5k Corona / Oil dip, which basically forced liquidated everyone on margin position (which Bitcoin bulls tend to do), and I could see a scenario where someone had a wonderfully huge Bitcoin position, and mining op, and then got all their free coins liquidated by margin call, and spent their '1st spend' coins to keep ops going, hoping for rapid price acceleration. This is all conjecture but I've been expecting something like this to happen. Maybe it's just a blip, and I'm totally wrong, and hash climbs back up, but if it stays down and the BTC price goes up, then I'm thinking a miner went busto, who had be applying $10's of Millions of sell pressure monthly onto the system.
Recently, I noticed that Opera has been taking up a lot of CPU and memory on my mac. So I did a deep scan with avast and found that Loud Miner (a bitcoin miner malware) happened to infect my current session. It also managed to install a QEMU image for the malware. Really strange. If you notice your browser is eating up your performance, I suggest you do the same that I did.
Decided to scan my PC for malwares after some time of using it, using MalwareBytes. When the scan was ready, it found alot of Trojans, BackDoors, Bitcoin Miners, etc. I quarantined all of them and did a factory reset on the machine. Is this enough?
If not, what should I do next? Edit: Thank you everyone that helped me.
Got Bitcoin Miner from SIMPLEX. I Got proof I took a picture with my phone from the Microsoft Safety Scanner log as you can see here. The Trojan was SIMPLEX.EXE as you can see here it was contained in a rar folder and safety scanner wasn't able to delete it and I found about it now.
Bitcoin miner virus making my gpu use vram doing nothing?
My 3080 is using like 9501 vram at all time doing nothing on desktop. My idle temps are now 140 f when they were at 30 help, i have tried doing malewarebytes rogue killer, rkill, adwcleaner and nothing, still persist.
I'm looking for a portable bitcoin/crypto miner. Something small and compact. I don't care about how heavy it is or if it's the best unit out there. I just want something I can plug in anywhere I go. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance
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