- Oct 25, 2021
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Bitcoin’s Hashrate Climbs Higher Following Difficulty Decrease
Following the price drop under the $50K zone, Bitcoin’s (
Three month statistics indicate
The change that day saw
Close to 20 Exahash of Stealth Miners Consume a Great Number of Blocks for 50 Days Straight
There are only
Bitmain’s Antpool is the largest miner in terms of network hashpower today with 17.94% (30.28 EH/s) of the hashrate. The second-largest mining pool on December 5 is Foundry USA with 16.49% or 27.84 EH/s of hashpower. Just above Foundry USA is F2pool, which commands 13.20% of hashrate or 22.27 EH/s.
Between mid-October up until now, a sum of unknown hashrate or stealth miners have been very prominent on the network. For 50 days straight the unknown hashrate has consumed a great number of
Since 2009 stealth miners have found 226,000
Hashpower that stems from numerous regions worldwide, derives mostly from countries such as the United States, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, Canada, Ireland, Malaysia, Germany, and Iran.
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