Bitcoin’s hash rate hit an all-time high of 117 EH/s in early 2020. But the reasons why are more nuanced than “the halving.”
Bitcoin as digital gold, an increasingly robust hash rate and growing public interest: These are three of the top Bitcoin trends that stood out in 2019.
If the bitcoin price drops further, mining may become largely unprofitable. But the Bitcoin hash rate continues to trend upward.
As the Bitcoin hash rate approaches 100 EH/s, it’s important to look at the relationship between the hash rate, price, halving and security.
With the bitcoin price and hash rate falling on the same day, many speculated that one caused the other. But the hash rate didn’t actually fall.
With 4.3 million bitcoin mining machines running on the network, Whatsminer’s founder predicts the Bitcoin hash rate will reach 120 exahashes by the end of 2019.
BTC.com’s years-long first place position is threatened by rival bitcoin mining pool Poolin.
Bitcoin mining giant Bitmain has launched two new Antminer 17 miners to an eager market. Will the Bitcoin hash rate boom?