Bitcoin’s hashrate tapped a lifetime high this weekend reaching 271.19 exahash per second (EH/s) on Saturday, April 23 at block height 733,197. Currently, the computational power is coasting along at 233.81 EH/s with a network difficulty change expected three days from now on April 27.
If the estimated DAA increase of 3.21% comes to fruition, Bitcoin’s network difficulty will jump from the current 28.23 trillion to a lifetime high of 29.13 trillion. Presently, on Sunday afternoon (ET), a block subsidy reward worth 6.25 BTC is currently valued at $247,063 using today’s bitcoin exchange rates.
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