Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Crashes 5% To Lowest Level In 3 Months, What Happens Next?

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Crashes 5% To Lowest Level In 3 Months, What Happens Next?


Recent data shows that the Bitcoin mining difficulty is on the decline and has hit its lowest since May. This is significant considering what this could mean for the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically Bitcoin’s price.

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops To 79.5 T

Data from CoinWarz shows that Bitcoin mining difficulty has dropped to 79.5 T at block 851,204 and hasn’t changed in the last 24 hours. This mining difficulty has continued to fall for a while, with further data from CoinWarz showing that it is down 5% in the last seven and 30 days. 

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Bitcoin mining difficulty refers to how hard it is for miners to mine a new block on the Bitcoin network. The difficulty usually reduces when there is less computational power on the

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