Bitcoin Block Reward Halving Countdown
74 Days 10 Hours 0 Minutes
Current Bitcoin Network Difficulty: 15,486,913,440,293
Reward-Drop ETA: May 12, 2020
1 BTC = $8,798.49 USD
7 Day Difficulty Change
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* These numbers assume that the mining difficulty and the price of Bitcoin will remain the same from month to month. The BTC block reward will drop from 12.5 to 6.25 on approximately May 12, 2020, which affects mining profitability. To see the estimated yearly revenue and profit numbers as if the upcoming block reward halvening was NOT going to take place, uncheck the checkbox above.
Disclaimer: As you might already know, mining is a high-risk and unpredictable endeavor. we do not make claims about earning potential and can not advise or speculate on the topics of profitability for any given algorithm or currency.
The number of coins a miner can yield will depend on many factors including your exact percentage of hashpower in comparison to the global network, the network difficulty, your electricity costs and other costs associated with cooling and running miners, and of course, your miner's overall uptime.
We only present data based on the estimated hashrate at which a miner can operate, the power it should consume within a certain tolerance in ideal conditions, the current value of a coin and the current estimated global network hashrate. Many of the data points used in the calculations can fluctuate dramatically from day to day.
The general trend is that profitability harder to achieve over time as the mining equipment becomes more obsolete when more efficient and more powerful miners are made available for purchase to the general public.