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January 03, 2012, 07:29:29 PM
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Why would you pay transaction fees if miners are always compensated?

Why would miners care about including transactions if there are no fees?
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Why would you pay transaction fees if miners are always compensated?

Why would miners care about including transactions if there are no fees?

Exactly.  It becomes a tragedy of commons.   

You could avoid it w/ a hardcoded transaction fee mechanism but I don't have to say that anticipating future transaction fee requirements prior to the genesis block would be "challenging" (impossible ? )
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