Bitcoin hash rate hits new ATH as third halving nears

Bitcoin has touched a new high, with respect to its hash rate. With just three months left for the upcoming halving event, the king coin’s hash rate, a metric which essentially refers to the amount of computing power utilized by miners to validate the Bitcoin blockchain, hit a new all-time high after it touched 126.13 exahash per second on 17 January.

According to data from BitInfoCharts, the hashrate graph has been bullish since a minor slump in December 2018, with the same highlighting a lot of bullish sentiment among miners. …

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