Bitcoin mining difficulty has reached its fourth consecutive increase, according to BTC.com. The current difficulty level is 62.46 T, with an expected average hashrate of 449.68 EH/s, the highest recorded so far. The previous maximum hashrate was 436.89 EH/s on October 16. The next change in mining difficulty is anticipated to occur on November 13, 2023, with a forecasted increase of 0.39%. This rise in mining difficulty and hashrate suggests an increasing number of miners joining the Bitcoin network.
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