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May 14, 2013, 02:33:30 PM
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I just posted an update to the two previous Miner hashrate posts, 12.1 The pre-ASIC network hashrate distribution and 12.2 Pool and network miner hashrate distributions. I've added a couple of charts and a table, showing how various hashrate user accounts have changed over time.

I thought the most interesting result was the fact that even the number of low hashrate user accounts has increased significantly:

  • 0.1 Ghps bin has increased by a total of 330 Ghps
  • 1 Ghps bin has increased by a total of 3000 Ghps
  • 10 Ghps bin has increased by a total of 2700 Ghps
  • 100 Ghps bin has increased by a total of is 13000 Ghps
  • 1000 Ghps bin has increased by a total of is 18800 Ghps
  • 10000 Ghps bin has increased by a total of is 29000 Ghps 

http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/2013/05/123-miner-hashrate-distributions-14th.html







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May 14, 2013, 04:26:55 PM
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The BTC at 260 sure created a few "jobs".

I'd be interested to have a look back in a month or so when the BTC price will have stabilized, see if they're still mining with the increased difficulty.

Do you think there is a way to find out after how long they might drop out?

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May 16, 2013, 03:28:59 AM
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Thanks for your ongoing insight. I enjoy reading your blog very much.
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