Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Increases for the Fourth Time Since Halving

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Increases for the Fourth Time Since Halving

The Bitcoin mining difficulty has increased yet again, thanks to the use of efficient mining equipment and increased digital currency demand. The Bitcoin mining difficulty has increased once again. A 2.3 percent increase from the previous existing difficulty levels was reported on September 12, 2016, making it the fourth raise (fifth correction) since the Bitcoin mining rewards halving in early July 2016. At present, the difficulty level stands at 225,832,872,179 compared to the earlier level of 220,755,908,330. Similarly, the total hash rate of the Bitcoin network has also increased from....


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