(BTC) saw extraction rates have hit a record of over 55 million TH / s, later retreating but still standing at 52 million TH / s. The rise to peak rates follows a decline in the mining sector, which has removed about 20% of hash power, even if temporarily.
The hashrate for the Bitcoin network grew independently of the sliding price, which fell once again towards $ 6,300. Some of the reasons include new shipments of the Antminer platforms, which are now more efficient and have a higher hashrate. The curious thing is that, despite the impressive increase in hashrate, the use of Bitcoin's energy has stabilized, as seen on the specialized index .
The race to my Bitcoin also underlines the fact that it is difficult to find quality coins for mine. Mining for altcoin has declined, including Scrypt mining for, which has lost 30% of its hashing power over the past three months.
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