Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Sets a New High
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The Bitcoin mining difficulty has once again undergone a change, reaching an all-time high of 86.4 billion ahead of the crypto's next halving.

This latest adjustment, which took place on April 10, marked a 3.4% increase in difficulty from the previous level of 83 billion, set on March 28.

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As the historic halving event approaches, Bitcoin mining difficulty continues to rise, with the next adjustment expected in 13 days, on April 24, according to data from

With halving expected in 8 days, on April 19, according to M2 data, this latest adjustment is likely to be the last before halving occurs.

Bitcoin mining difficulty is a measure of the difficulty and complexity of mining new blocks or solving mathematical problems under bitcoin's proof-of-work (PoW) consensus mechanism.

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