As a result of the last reconfiguration, the difficulty of bitcoin mining increased by 13.24% to 17.62 T.
Complexity Bitcoin mining continues to grow slowly, showing the resilience of the network after China's crackdown.
According to the latest data, yesterday the difficulty of mining"Digital gold" rose 13.2%. This is attributed to the reconnection of some of the Chinese operators after the move and the increase in the capacity of miners in North America.
The difficulty of mining bitcoin recorded the mostbig drop in history on July 3, amid a record hash rate decline. Only at the end of the month the indicator began to recover, and in mid-August it increased by 7.31%, for the first time since the high indicators in May.
Inherently difficulty-related, Bitcoin's hash rate is up 25% since June's low. According to Glassnode, this figure was 123 exahashes per second.
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