Bitcoin network fortifies as mining difficulty records ATH of 31.251T

Bitcoin network fortifies as mining difficulty records ATH of 31.251T

BTC’s latest network difficulty all-time high makes it nearly impossible for bad actors to represent over 50% of the hash rate. Further distancing itself from any concerns of planned attacks on the blockchain, the Bitcoin (BTC) network established a new mining difficulty all-time high of 31.251 trillion — exceeding the 30-trillion mark for the first time in history.The creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, warranted the security of the BTC network through a decentralized network of BTC miners who are tasked with confirming the legitimacy of transactions and minting new blocks. Given the....


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