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The reward is given to a miner which has successfully hashed a transaction block. Block rewards can be a mixture of coins and transaction fees, depending on the policy used by the cryptocurrency in question, and whether all of the coins have already been successfully mined. The current block reward for the Bitcoin network is 25 bitcoins for each block.

SushiSwap (SUSHI) Slashes Rewards and Total Value Locked Takes a Plunge—What Does This Say About LPs?
SushiSwap (SUSHI) recently cut its rewards from 1,000 SUSHI tokens per block for liquidity providers, to 100 SUSHI tokens as of Ethereum block 10850000.
Sparks Fly: Bitcoin and Ethereum Debate on ETH’s Total Supply Goes Viral
Over the past few days, a central debate has been ongoing on crypto Twitter, fueled by Bitcoin and Ethereum advocates. Both Bitcoiners and Ethereans disagree on which cryptocurrency is better for use.
Bitcoin Halving Reduces Mining Rewards for Third Time in Brief History
The most anticipated event for cryptocurrency has come to pass. Bitcoin’s third Halving took place reducing the block rewards from 12.5 to 6.25 BTC per new block for the third time in its history. The first block mined for 6.25-bitcoin was mined and relayed by the fourth largest mining pool by total computer power, Antpool.
Bitcoin Halving: Everything You Need to Know in 5 Minutes
In May 2020, Bitcoin is expected to experience its third halving in history. Bitcoin halving refers to the halving of Bitcoin block rewards, which occurs once every 210,000 blocks created (approximately every 4 years).
Ethereum—The Whole Forking History
Ethereum is the second most recognizable name in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, next to Bitcoin. Ethereum was created to overcome the limitations of Bitcoin, which is essentially just a system for decentralized money, and push the boundaries of blockchain technology and decentralization. Like Bitcoin, it is supported by a peer-to-peer node network, meaning that it is essentially a decentralized server run by a vast number of computers with no central administrator or intermediary.

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