Bitcoin mining difficulty recorded a 1.29% increase to 30.28 T yesterday June 8 as a result of another recalculation.
The indicator remains below the all-time high reached in May.
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According to BTC.com, the indicator will stabilize approximately at the current level after the next recalculation.
Recall that last May 25, the indicator fell by 4.33% to 29.9 T, this being the largest decline since July 2021.
Glassnode has reported the smoothed 7-day moving average network hashrate of BTC is close to 212 EH/s. Over the past year, the value has grown by nearly 50%.
Bitcoin miners' revenue amounted to $906 million in May, which is a 22% drop compared to the previous month.