According to LongHash, the scarcity of Bitcoin has contributed to several bubbles in the short history of Bitcoin. As demand recedes, supply remains relatively stable. But sometimes the difficulty adjustment of Bitcoin can't keep up with the speed of the block. Normally, one block is produced every ten minutes, producing about 144 blocks per day. However, this week's Bitcoin daily average block generated more than 170 blocks, the highest weekly average of the number of Bitcoin blocks since January 2018. This means that the block is produced at a speed much faster than the bitcoin's difficulty adjustment, highlighting the urgency of the current market. Less than a year after the Bitcoin block reward was halved, when the block generated too fast and the price rose, the miners began to eager to dig into the block. For ordinary investors, worrying about missing Bitcoin is very real. This is especially true for miners who have invested millions of dollars in fast-depreciating equipment.