Mining difficulty just dropped to a record 28%, but will this help prices rebound?
Bitcoin has posted its biggest mining difficulty drop of nearly 28%But one model suggests that prices won’t bottom out until October.
The drop is in response to ongoing miner migration out of China and the consequent loss of hash rate, and this could lead to increased profits for miners still working.
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