According to a column published by Larry Cermak, an analyst at The Block, miners currently earn about $ 13.4 million a day (profits depend on the cost of electricity, labor and other expenses). But after halving, if prices remain stable, miners' income will drop to $ 6.7 million per day. This is of great significance to the financial health of miners. Those running inefficient hardware will face increasing pressure, especially those affected by recent market turmoil. On the other hand, miners with healthier financial prospects, especially those that can protect and support more efficient hardware, may find themselves in a more competitive position.