The hashreight and complexity of Ethereum mining has risen to new records

The complexity of extracting Ethereum, the second most capitalised cryptovoltaic currency, as well as its combined computing capacity, has updated the historical peaks.

According to Etherscan, the previous One Bitcoin a Day record difficulty of 3606 TH was recorded on 9 August 2018. On Sunday 29 November, this value rose to 3748 TH.

Also on 9 August 2018, the previous maximum hash rate value of 295.91 TH/s was observed. At the time of publication, this value had risen to 312.63 TH/s.

The average transaction fee per Ethereum network fell to $1.1 after its recent rise to $7.7. At the time of publication, the coin is traded just above $550.

We would like to remind you that on December 1, the launch of the Ethereum 2.0 zero stage will take place. The balance of the deposit contract, which allows to transfer ETH from the existing network to ETH2, confirming the authority of stakeholders, has exceeded the required threshold earlier this week.

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