Initially, cryptocurrencies were fairly obscure. Only true enthusiasts would dedicate the time and resources to mining options like Bitcoin, so their activities were not having a major impact on the world around them. However, as cryptocurrencies became increasingly popular and mainstream, more people decided to try their hand at mining, hoping to scrounge up coins with minimal financial investment. As a result, they cumulatively had a larger effect on the environment.
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