Following BTC’s Price Drop, Bitcoin Miners Benefit From a 2.35% Difficulty Re...

Following BTC’s Price Drop, Bitcoin Miners Benefit From a 2.35% Difficulty Re...

During the past week, Bitcoin’s hashrate has dropped a few percentages after reaching 288 exahash per second (EH/s) on June 8, 2022. Bitcoin miners, however, got a break on Wednesday, June 22, as the mining difficulty dropped by 2.35% making it easier for miners to find blocks. The 2.35% drop brings the difficulty down to the 29.50 trillion range for the next two weeks. Bitcoin’s Mining Difficulty Drops 2.35% On Wednesday, June 22, at block height 741,888, Bitcoin’s mining difficulty decreased 2.35% lower than two weeks ago. At that time, the....


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