block – Is my Bitcoin address valid for mining?

I am looking at the specific block at height 680175.

When comparing the address which received the block reward

# bitcoin-cli validateaddress 1KFHE7w8BhaENAswwryaoccDb6qcT6DbYY
{
  "isvalid": true,
  "address": "1KFHE7w8BhaENAswwryaoccDb6qcT6DbYY",
  "scriptPubKey": "76a914c825a1ecf2a6830c4401620c3a16f1995057c2ab88ac",
  "isscript": false,
  "iswitness": false
}

to my newly generated address

# bitcoin-cli validateaddress bc1q403w7zrj74azzunk89srt2m3vuajatlmskcktm
{
  "isvalid": true,
  "address": "bc1q403w7zrj74azzunk89srt2m3vuajatlmskcktm",
  "scriptPubKey": "0014abe2ef0872f57a217276396035ab71673b2eaffb",
  "isscript": false,
  "iswitness": true,
  "witness_version": 0,
  "witness_program": "abe2ef0872f57a217276396035ab71673b2eaffb"
}

there are some differences in the scriptPubKey and the witness program. Are these differences relevant for mining?

The inferred PubKey hash of the miner address is c825a1ecf2a6830c4401620c3a16f1995057c2ab. Would my PubKey hash be abe2ef0872f57a217276396035ab71673b2eaffb?