Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops, The difficulty adjustment algorithm (DAA) has fallen from 31.25 trillion to 29.85 trillion, making it 4.33 percent simpler to mine bitcoin over the next two weeks. It’s the biggest DAA decline since July 17, 2021, when block height 691,488 had a 4.81 percent drop in difficulty.

The Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Has Dropped 4.33 Percent, the Most Since July 2021

Mining bitcoin is now much easier than it was before May 25, 2022, according to a 4.33 percent reduction in difficulty in Bitcoin’s difficulty adjustment algorithm (DAA). Bitcoin’s difficulty was roughly 31.25 trillion prior to the decline, and it is now approximately 29.85 trillion following the greatest drop since July 2021. On Wednesday, the DAA was changed at block height 737,856.

Bitcoin’s USD value has dropped recently, therefore lowering the difficulty helps miners recoup some of their losses by making it 4.33 percent simpler to locate bitcoin block rewards. A Bitmain Antminer S19 Pro+ Hyd. with 198 terahash per second (TH/s) of hashpower can currently earn $9.24 in BTC profits each day.

For a long time, Bitcoin’s global hashrate has been constant and above the 200 exahash per second (EH/s) mark. Bitcoin’s hashrate reached an all-time high of 275 EH/s on May 2, 2022, at block height 734,577.

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drops for Second Time

Until the next DAA update on June 8, 2022, there are 1,864 bitcoin (BTC) blocks to find, and 101,992 blocks until the next reward halving. Before the block reward halving, there will be around 51 consecutive DAA modifications every two weeks.

Because of Bitcoin’s current difficulty, USD value, and $0.12 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) cost, computers that generate 30 terahash per second (TH/s) are not very economical unless the miner pays less than $0.12 per kWh. If power costs $0.12 per kWh, the Innosilicon T3+ (52 TH/s) earns roughly $0.21 per day in BTC profits.

According to three-day mining pool data, there are now 12 known mining pools dedicated to the BTC chain using SHA256 hashpower. Unknown or stealth miners, with around 3.04 EH/s of hashpower, operate about 1.44 percent of the global hashrate.

Reasons for bitcoin mining difficulty drop 

Foundry USA has been the top bitcoin mining pool in terms of worldwide hashrate and blocks found for the past 72 hours, according to metrics. Foundry’s hashrate is around 24.28 percent of Bitcoin’s worldwide hashrate, or 51.10 EH/s, at the time of writing. Out of the 416 blocks found in the last three days, the pool found 101 BTC block rewards.

Bitmain’s Antpool identified 61 of the 416 blocks in three days, making it the second most powerful pool in terms of computational power. Antpool’s hashrate of 30.86 EH/s accounts for 14.66 percent of the global total.

With BTC’s difficulty at 29,850,529,410,160, predictions now show that another drop is on the way, but 13 days can drastically modify the forecast. The DAA is expected to decrease by 0.16 percent at the time of writing.


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