Bitcoin Mining Complexity Decreased by 4.3%

On Wednesday, May 25, after another recalculation, Bitcoin mining complexity decreased by 4.33% to 29.9 T. This is the maximum decrease since July 2021.

In about two weeks since the previous Bitcoin complexity correction, the average hash rate has also dropped by 4.3% from its high to 214 EH/s.

According to Glassnode, the first cryptocurrency’s smoothed 7-day moving average of network computing power declined to 205.9 EH/s from the all-time high of 208.5 EH/s on May 5.

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