Hash rate plays a vital role in every Proof-of-Work (PoW) blockchain. It measures the computational drive for all transaction verification and block additions to the network. Hence, the Bitcoin hash rate represents the number of people involved in BTC mining.
As the number of miners increases, the hash rate will also increase. This results in maintaining the security and stability of the Bitcoin ecosystem. Many investors will consider hash rates before engaging in any project.
Before now, the BTC price and hash rate have maintained a direct proportionality relation. This is because there are always more transactions with the buying and selling BTC when the price is up. With such a price surge, there will be more mining activities to mint more tokens to balance