BTC Mining Difficulty Drops by 15% – Now it is Easier and More Profitable to Mine Bitcoin

During the 2018 bear market where bitcoin price plunged more than 80% from the ATH in December 2017, Bitcoin difficulty has been increasing steadily. Now seems that time came for the difficulty to feel the drop like all the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

According to data from, the drop is by 15% in hash rate and mining difficulty. The hash rate is the total computing power in the bitcoin network and the difficulty is how easy is to mine a block.

Many speak about bitcoin death spiral in case miners stop mining bitcoin. But bitcoin by design is coded in a … Read the rest

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Bitcoin Mining Energy Consumption Is Not A Waste

Between all the bad comments about Bitcoin, the comment that it “wastes” energy power is the most nonsensical. This way of thinking is contradictory to the fundamentals of the electric power, the way it works and the way markets work.

Electric power is a real-time service which is transmitted by wired lines by specialized companies. It is produced through Nuclear, Hydro Coal, Solar, Wind, etc. Those producers produce energy which is consumed in real time and users are billed per kilowatt-hour. Electricity is used for a lot of purposes like entertainment, heating, cooking, even cars are running on stored electricity … Read the rest

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What will Happen to Bitcoin When all Coins are Mined?

Bitcoin total supply is capped at 21 million which means that on 21 million bitcoin can be ever created. Unlike traditional currencies that are issued by governments which constantly add more cash supply causing the devaluation of the national currency and reducing the value of money held by people.
Bitcoin is created in a way that while more time passes the value of bitcoin increases. Bitcoin is not only capped at 21 million but also every 4 years there is a halving which means that the miner’s reward is reduced by 50%.

Basically, when a new block is minted by … Read the rest

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