Bitcoin Hashrate Hits Another Milestone, Network’s Mining Difficulty Taps 13-...

Bitcoin Hashrate Hits Another Milestone, Network’s Mining Difficulty Taps 13-...

The processing power backing the Bitcoin network has continued its upward momentum tapping another all-time high (ATH) on February 15, 2022, at 249 exahash per second (EH/s). Following the latest ATH, the network’s mining difficulty increased on Thursday morning (EST), up 4.78% and reaching a value of 27.97 trillion. The mining difficulty has increased six times in a row since November 28, 2021, which makes it 23.34% harder for bitcoin miners to find bitcoin block rewards since then. Bitcoin Hashrate Cracks Another ATH, Block Rewards Become Much Harder to Find After Difficulty....


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