According to U.Today, Blockware Mining and Blockware Solutions CEO Matt D \ ‘Souza said on Twitter that since Bitcoin halved on May 11, more than 30% of the miners shut down the mining machine, and Bitcoin’s computing power has dropped. He added that this may lead to a bitcoin difficulty adjustment: “If the hash rate remains at the current level, the block time will remain the same. It is estimated that there will be a change of about 13% between the current and the next difficulty adjustment.” The hashrate has dropped, but BTC is still close to the $ 10,000 resistance level. Matt D \ ‘Souza believes that BTC is ready and starts testing $ 10,522.
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