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November 17, 2012, 09:25:11 AM
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Would you be able to set this or another calculator up to predict the halving times? That way we could get a more accurate long term prediction. I know it wouldn't matter as much if we were not so close to a halving but it might be something people care about down the line as well.

Just a feature suggestion I guess.
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November 17, 2012, 09:28:16 AM
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Would you be able to set this or another calculator up to predict the halving times? That way we could get a more accurate long term prediction. I know it wouldn't matter as much if we were not so close to a halving but it might be something people care about down the line as well.

Just a feature suggestion I guess.

Hmm, well, even if I would set some halving time, trying to calculate the profits a year from now would still be hard because of the Difficulty going up or down, which is more volatile than Bitcoin reward halving. Not to mention that the profits from fees would also have to be taken into account.

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