While Known Mining Pools Currently Dominate, Unknown Miners Discovered the Most Bitcoin Blocks During the Last 13 Years

While Known Mining Pools Dominate Currently, Unknown Miners Discover Most Bitcoin Blocks Over the Past 13 Years – Bitcoin Mining News

The Bitcoin network has been in operation for 5,012 days and to date, more than 755,000 blocks have been mined. Over the past year, Foundry USA and Antpool were the top two miners with their joint aggregators collectively mining 18,229 blocks out of the 53,510 blocks mined this year. The foundry is the leader this year, but the statistics on all show that the complex is the fifteenth in size, and only 1.55% of the more than 755,000 blocks have been discovered.

Unknown Hashrate discovered the majority of bitcoin blocks in the past 13 years

Over the past three days, 11 different well-known mining pools have allocated the hash rate of Bitcoin (BTC) network. Moreover, in the past 12 months, 27 different well-known mining pools have been mined BTC Statistics over time indicate that approximately 98 pools have been mined BTC During the past 13 years.

This year, Foundry USA was and continues to be the leader in terms of hash rate, out of 53510 BTC Blocks, the foundry discovered 10,044 blocks in total. Antpool managed to collect 8185 BTC They were followed by F2pool, Binance Pool, Viabtc, Poolin, and Btc.com, respectively.

Bitcoin hash distribution statistics for 12 months from January 3, 2009 to September 23, 2022.

The unknown hash rate, otherwise known as hack miners, accounted for only 1.78% of the blocks found over the past year. The unknown hash rate managed to collect 954 blocks in 12 months as well-known mining pools became a prominent force in the bitcoin world.

However, this was not always the case, and ghost miners, including Satoshi Nakamoto, are still the ultimate winners with more than BTC The blocks in history. The data shows that out of the 755,432 blocks that have been mined over the past 13 years, the unknown hash rate accounted for 29.90% of the global hash rate.

Bitcoin hash distribution statistics for all times from January 3, 2009 to September 23, 2022.

While the unknown hash rate is less well known these days, undercover miners have managed to find 225,864 blocks since the network was launched. While F2pool had the third largest pool last year, the pool is the second largest ever.

F2pool has managed to control 9.73% of the global hash rate for over a decade, and found 73,477 BTC blocks. Antpool occupies the third largest pool center ever with 65,999 blocks found so far.

Btc.com has acquired 39,022 blocks and Brines Pool (formerly Slush Pool) has found 38,376 blocks to date. now defunctBTC Syndicate remains the sixth largest mining pool in terms of blocks found over the past 13 years.

Today’s largest miner, Foundry USA, ranks 15th in terms of statistics of all time and has only found 1.55% of blocks mined so far. Twelve different pools were found to be less than 50 blocks and four mining pools were found to be less than 30.

Bitcoin mining aggregator 175btc has found the lowest number of blocks (22), according to Bitcoin mining distribution statistics ever. 13 years later, in September 2022, the global hash rate and the difficulty of mining Bitcoin reached an all-time high.

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Jimmy Redman

Jamie Redman is the head of news at Bitcoin.com News and a technology financial journalist based in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.




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