Data: Bitcoin network hash rate soared 42% in 3 months

On November 13th, as the price of Bitcoin rose, its network hash rate also jumped sharply. Since August 13, the hash rate of Bitcoin has risen from 110 EH/s to 157 EH/s, an increase of 42%.

In the next two weeks, after nine consecutive difficulty adjustments, the difficulty of Bitcoin mining will increase by 50% compared to three months ago.

The average hash rate shows that at some point in the past three months, Bitcoin’s hash rate was once as high as 180 EH/s. Since October 25, Bitcoin’s hash rate has climbed to more than 180 EH/s three times.

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