Stablecoin Difficulty Chart
The Stablecoin difficulty chart plots a visual representation of the historical Stablecoin difficulty target increases and decreases over time up to the current Stablecoin block.
SBC Difficulty: 3.51
Stablecoin Block Height: 749,977
Current Stablecoin Difficulty
The current SBC difficulty is 3.51 at block 749,977, resulting in a Stablecoin mining difficulty increase of 0.00% in the last 24 hours.
The Stablecoin difficulty chart plots the Stablecoin difficulty target over time and the current Stablecoin difficulty (SBC diff) target. Including a historical data graph visualizing SBC mining difficulty chart values with Stablecoin difficulty jumps and adjustments (both increases & decreases) defaulted to today with timeline options of 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 3 years, and all time.
Stablecoin Difficulty Increase
The SBC mining difficulty increase average in the last 24 hours is 0.00% at block 749,977 on the Stablecoin blockchain network. In the last 7 days the Stablecoin difficulty increase was 0.00%, with the increase in the last 30 days being 0.00%, and the last 90 days is 0.00%.
Last Stablecoin block mined
Stablecoin Difficulty Algorithm is Scrypt
The Stablecoin difficulty data levels are calculated using the daily difficulty average data points in the Stablecoin difficulty graph.
Stablecoin Difficulty History for the Last 120 Days
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What is Stablecoin difficulty?
Stablecoin mining difficulty determines how difficult it will be to mine the next block and this is why it is referred to as the difficulty of Stablecoin mining.
Stablecoin difficulty is a measure of how many hashes (statistically) must be generated to find a valid solution to solve the next Stablecoin block and earn the mining reward.
As you can see in the Stablecoin difficulty chart above, the Stablecoin Difficulty makes adjustments often.
Furthermore, the mining difficulty also keeps the block generation in line with the set block time, or the amount of time that should statistically pass between each block.
As more hashing power is added to the Stablecoin mining network, the difficulty must increase to ensure blocks are not being generated too quickly.
In order for the blocks to be generated consistently, the difficulty must be increased or decreased, this is called a difficulty re-target.
On a difficulty re-target block (every block or every number of blocks), the difficulty is increased if the previous blocks where generated faster than the specified block time and decreased if the previous blocks where generated slower than the specified block time.
All that said, given a constant hashrate, when the SBC mining difficulty increases you earn less mining rewards due to the overall increase in the total Stablecoin network hashrate.
Given, the frequent changes in Stablecoin difficulty adjustments up and down, use our Stablecoin mining calculator to calculate Stablecoin mining profits.