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Let us discuss what defines the profitability of bitcoin mining, what principles for mining speed adaptation were initially embedded into it, and why these principles can lead to the failure of the cryptocurrency in the long run. We assume that the reader has an idea of basic Bitcoin mechanics such as blockchains, mining, mining pools, and block rewards. Note: In this article, we investigate a theoretical possibility of how the described scenario may evolve by considering the algorithms embedded in Bitcoin. Our goal was not to make a deep analysis of the structure of miner expenditures, electricity prices in different areas of the world, bank interest rates, or payback periods for equipment. A 51% attack The Bitcoin community is well aware of "51% attack". If a miner controls more than a half of all of the mining hashrate, then he or she is capable of doing the following:style="margin-bottom:0"> Pay with his or her bitcoins for a commodity or service or exchange them for traditional