The gap between Bitcoin’s hashrate and its mining difficulty has led to a miners capitulation – which could result in
Recent Bitcoin Hash Rate News
4 Years Of Developments: Bitcoin Fundamentals Significantly Different in 2020 Compared To The Halving Of 2016
New data comparing Bitcoin’s fundamentals now and around the second halving in 2016 demonstrates the immense growth of the network.
The most anticipated event in the cryptocurrency community has finally occurred as the Bitcoin network just produced block number 630,000.
Bitcoin intelligence, data, and analytics firm Glassnode found the Bitcoin hash rate hit a new all-time high over the weekend,
Yaan, a city in the Chinese region Sichuan, has recently published a reform on the construction of hydropower consumption to
Bitfarms, a blockchain infrastructure company running one of the largest North America-based mining operations, is cutting staff members. The firm
Bitcoin Halving Delayed? Following Recent Bitcoin Sell-Off, Average Block Time Increased To 14 Minutes
The latest steep declines in Bitcoin’s price have pushed miners to switch off some of their equipment to reduce costs.
The Bitcoin Halving will take place in May, and its impact raises several valid questions. One of them concerns miners
Data shows that Bitcoin’s hashrate has just hit a new all-time high of 111 EH/s, which represents a 170.73% increase
66% of the entire hashrate of Bitcoin’s network pertains to miners in China, per a recent report. Chinese-controlled hashrate, at