Bitcoin Fees Surpass Ethereum’s
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Bitcoin has been generating higher fees than Ethereum for three consecutive days, indicating a possible preparation for the upcoming Bitcoin halving and the introduction of Runes in Bitcoin.

According to Crypto Fees, last April 17, Bitcoin miners collected $7.47 million in fees, outpacing Ethereum miners, who received $7.31 million.

This trend continued on April 15 and 16, when Bitcoin miners earned $9.98 million and $5.91 million respectively, outpacing Ethereum stakers by $3.5 million and $1.1 million.

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However, based on 7-day average fees, Ethereum maintains a slight lead with $8.55 million versus Bitcoin's $7.57 million.

With the next halving scheduled for tomorrow, the rewards for miners will be halved from 6.25 BTC to 3.125 BTC.

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