Data: The average power of Bitcoin for two weeks is above 70EH/s for the first time, and the difficulty of mining is raised to nearly 10 T.

At 10:52 Beijing time today, Bitcoin adjusted the mining difficulty at the block height of 588672, and the computing power increased by 10.78% compared with July 23. According to BTC.com data, the average computing power of Bitcoin in the past two weeks has reached 71.43 EH / s, far higher than the 64.49EH / s on July 23, which indicates that the two-week average power of Bitcoin remains at 70EH for the first time. / s or above. In addition, as of now, the difficulty of mining bitcoin has reached a new record, has been raised to 9.99T. Assume that the extra 6.9EH / s of computing power comes from ASIC miners, such as Bitmain's AntMiner S17 or MicroBT's WhatsMiner M20S, which means that over 100,000 top ASIC miners have been launched in the past two weeks. In addition, considering that these products are priced at least $2,000 each, this is equivalent to earning about $200 million in revenue for major mining manufacturers.