On-chain analytics company Glassnode’s calculations indicate that since  2010, fees and block reward subsidies have brought in over $50 billion  for miners.

Despite continuous debate regarding miner costs and their susceptibility  to decreases in the price of bitcoin, new evidence shows that miners  are likely to remain in the black over the long term.

The entire lifetime income of miners is projected by Glassnode to be  $50.2 billion, which is about 40% more than their anticipated costs of  $36.6 billion.