Bitcoin mining revenue jumps 68.6% from the lowest-earning day of 2022

Bitcoin mining revenue jumps 68.6% from the lowest-earning day of 2022

Since July 2022, the Bitcoin ecosystem recovered across numerous determinants, including miners’ revenue in dollars, network difficulty and hash rate. The Bitcoin (BTC) mining industry endured immense financial stress throughout the year 2022 as a prolonged bear market directly impacted their earnings when translated to the U.S. dollar. However, miners resilient to the year’s lowest mining revenue day, June 13, witnessed a 68.63% increase in mining revenue within a month.Over the year, revenue from Bitcoin mining dropped due to a multitude of factors centered around investor sentiment —....


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