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On the evening of May 31, the complexity of bitcoin mining rose to a new all-time high of 51.23 T, according to data btc.com. Over the year, the complexity of mining the first cryptocurrency increased by 69% – on May 31, 2022, it was at the level of 30.20 T, writes RBC Crypto.
Before the last recalculation, the indicator was at around 49.55 T, it was predicted that this time it would increase by 0.44%, to 49.77 T. As a result, the complexity of mining increased much more – by 3.4%.
The next difficulty change should occur on June 14th. It is forecast that the indicator will decrease by 1.14%, to 50.65 T.
The average bitcoin hash rate (total computing power of equipment that produces cryptocurrency) at the current difficulty is expected to be 366.47. At 11:00 Moscow time, it fluctuates around 373.75 EH/s. The hashrate reached a record value of 437 EH / s on May 2, according to data Minerstat.
The hashrate and difficulty of bitcoin mining are increasing, despite the fact that the first cryptocurrency has fallen in price by 4.4% over the past 30 days. According to CoinGecko, on June 1, at 11:00 Moscow time, BTC is trading near the $26.8 thousand mark.
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