November 28th, 2021 Bitcoin Difficulty has changed (-1.49%)
2021-11-28 10:30:08 (UTC +0)
Bitcoin network difficulty has changed from:
22,674,148,233,453 with average hashrate 162.15 EH/s
22,335,659,268,936 with average hashrate 159.81 EH/s
This means that each TH/s now mines less bitcoin per day than before in PPS mining. In average +1.49%.
27 November, 2021 BTC Revenue: (before retarget)
0.00000565 (0% Pool Fee)
PPS mining earning: 0.00000555
Transaction reward: 0.00000010
29 November, 2021 BTC Revenue: (after retarget)
0.00000573 (0% Pool Fee)
PPS mining earning: 0.00000563 (+1.49%)
Transaction reward: 0.00000010 (the same)
Back on November 8, in my Technical Analysis, I predicted the stabilization of the Network Difficulty, in connection with the relocation of a number of large miners from Kazakhstan.
Am I glad and proud that my predictions came true? Of course! I, just like you, study and develop, and my forecasts are becoming more accurate!
I think that the situation is unlikely to change by the end of the year, and we will continue to receive a stable income without sharp leaps in Network Difficulty.
A 2-3% growth is a realistic scenario, but I would not rule out a 1-2% decline in the Very Optimistic scenario, which, of course, will be offset by the faster growth of Network Difficulty in early 2022.
The next difficulty change will take place around December 11th. Stay tunned.