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Bitcoin mining difficulty drops for the first time this year

2022/03/04 10:50

According to Cointelegraph, for the first time since November 2021, the Bitcoin (BTC) mining difficulty adjustment has dropped, correcting 1.49%. The move follows a succession of 6 consecutive positive difficulty adjustments, in which the mining difficulty and hash rate hit all-time highs. The average hashrate over the past two weeks fell to 197.19 exahashes per second (EH/s), and the average block time exceeded the 10-minute target, at 10 minutes 09 seconds.
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