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My thoughts are that the price of the coin after reward halving should raise price for the mined coin as Rosier said, because there is a demand for something that isn't abundantly available anymore, thus demand drives the price up. And for the mining part of it, I think it is more expensive to mine half amount of coins as you're burning same energy for which you have to spend fiat. So you have to sell your mined coins for a higher price to pay for the spent energy and equipment maintenance.
Are any of us going to STOP mining Dogecoin after the halving? Some might, but those of us that understand the big picture and have patience will continue.
...And my electricity is around USD$0.26, so the effort, cost, and heat wasn't worth it.
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