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Bitcoin Hashrate Chart The Bitcoin hashrate chart provides the current Bitcoin hashrate history in graph format with an option to expand the Bitcoin global hashrate chart time frame back to 2009. The Bitcoin network hashrate chart can be used to visualize Bitcoin mining hashrate increases and decreases viewable in segment options of daily, weekly, monthly, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 3 years, and all time. Bitcoin hashrate is a calculated numerical value that specifies an estimate of how many hashes are being generated by Bitcoin miners trying to solve the current Bitcoin block or any given block. The global Bitcoin network hashrate is a calculated value and is measured in hashes per second (H/s). The calculation uses the current mining difficulty and the average Bitcoin block time between mined blocks versus the defined block time as variables to determine the global Bitcoin network hashrate. As the Bitcoin network hashrate goes up - the BTC hashrate numbers get so large that abbreviations must be used. The abbreviations are SI derived units representing the number of hashes performed in a one second time frame. View the Bitcoin hashrate chart for all time historical hashrates. It is important to point out the Bitcoin hashrate does not determine how quickly or slowly each block is solved. This timing, called the block time is enforced by the Bitcoin mining difficulty value, which is adjusted upwards or downwards during each block difficulty retarget to keep blocks being solved at a constant time frame. For more information about the Bitcoin difficulty re-target visit the Bitcoin mining page. You can calculate Bitcoin mining profits using the current BTC hashrate difficulty and our Bitcoin mining calculator. The current Bitcoin hashrate (BTC hashrate) is 126.59 EH/s at block height 701,761 with a difficulty of 18,997,641,161,758.95. Bitcoin Hashrate on May 09, 2021 at block 682,804224.02 EH/s The Bitcoin hashrate is calculated using the current Bitcoin difficulty, the defined Bitcoin block time, and the average block time of the last (X) number of blocks. Most full Bitcoin nodes will have an option to see the current Bitcoin global hashrate using the "getnetworkhashps" command in the console window. Given the fact that the Bitcoin difficulty value determines statically how many hashes are needed to solve the next block, it is recommended to use the current mining difficulty to determine the statistically accurate number of Bitcoin that can be mined in a given time frame. Once again we recommend using our Bitcoin mining calculator as the current Bitcoin difficulty is preloaded, along with the latest Bitcoin price.Bitcoin Difficulty Chart The Bitcoin difficulty chart plots a visual representation of the historical Bitcoin difficulty target increases and decreases over time up to the current Bitcoin block. The current Bitcoin difficulty is 19.00 T at block 701,762, resulting in a Bitcoin mining difficulty increase of 0.98 % in the last 24 hours. The Bitcoin difficulty chart plots the Bitcoin difficulty target over time and the current Bitcoin difficulty (BTC diff) target. Including a historical data graph visualizing BTC mining difficulty chart values with Bitcoin difficulty jumps and adjustments (both increases & decreases) defaulted to today with timeline options of 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 3 years, and all time. The next Bitcoin difficulty adjustment is estimated to take place on Oct 07, 2021 05:43:49 AM UTC decreasing the Bitcoin mining difficulty from 19.00 T to 17.01 T, which will take place in 1,823 blocks, about 14 days, 3 hours, and 16 minutes from now. The Bitcoin mining difficulty increase average in the last 24 hours is 0.98 % at block 701,762 on the Bitcoin blockchain network. In the last 7 days the Bitcoin difficulty increase was 3.16 %, with the increase in the last 30 days being 22.12 %, and the last 90 days is -4.69 %. The Bitcoin difficulty data levels are calculated using the daily difficulty average data points in the Bitcoin difficulty graph. Bitcoin mining difficulty determines how difficult it will be to mine the next block and this is why it is referred to as the difficulty of Bitcoin mining. Bitcoin difficulty is a measure of how many hashes (statistically) must be generated to find a valid solution to solve the next Bitcoin block and earn the mining reward. As you can see in the Bitcoin difficulty chart above, the Bitcoin Difficulty makes adjustments often. Furthermore, the mining difficulty also keeps the block generation in line with the set block time, or the amount of time that should statistically pass between each block. As more hashing power is added to the Bitcoin mining network, the difficulty must increase to ensure blocks are not being generated too quickly. In order for the blocks to be generated consistently, the difficulty must be increased or decreased, this is called a difficulty re-target. On a difficulty re-target block (every block or every number of blocks), the difficulty is increased if the previous blocks where generated faster than the specified block time and decreased if the previous blocks where generated slower than the specified block time. All that said, given a constant hashrate, when the BTC mining difficulty increases you earn less mining rewards due to the overall increase in the total Bitcoin network hashrate. Given, the frequent changes in Bitcoin difficulty adjustments up and down, use our Bitcoin mining calculator to calculate Bitcoin mining profits.