Zclassic Hashrate Chart
The Zclassic hashrate chart provides the current Zclassic hashrate history in graph format with an option to expand the Zclassic global hashrate chart time frame back to 2016.
Zclassic Hashrate Now: ?
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The Zclassic network hashrate chart can be used to visualize Zclassic mining hashrate increases and decreases viewable in segment options of daily, weekly, monthly, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 3 years, and all time.
What is Zclassic Hashrate?
Zclassic hashrate is a calculated numerical value that specifies an estimate of how many hashes are being generated by Zclassic miners trying to solve the current Zclassic block or any given block.
Zclassic hashrate is represented in Hashes per Second or H/s.
The global Zclassic network hashrate is a calculated value and is measured in hashes per second (H/s). The calculation uses the current mining difficulty and the average Zclassic block time between mined blocks versus the defined block time as variables to determine the global Zclassic network hashrate.
As the Zclassic network hashrate goes up - the ZCL hashrate numbers get so large that abbreviations must be used.
The abbreviations are SI derived units representing the number of hashes performed in a one second time frame.
The current Zclassic hashrate is ?, representing the global Zclassic network hashrate with a mining difficulty of 80.65 at block height 814,126.
|Hashrate Unit/s||Hash||Hashes Per Second|
|kH/s (KiloHash)||1,000||One Thousand|
|MH/s (MegaHash)||1,000,000||One Million|
|GH/s (GigaHash)||1,000,000,000||One Billion|
|TH/s (TeraHash)||1,000,000,000,000||One Trillion|
|PH/s (PetaHash)||1,000,000,000,000,000||One Quadrillion|
|EH/s (ExaHash)||1,000,000,000,000,000,000||One Quintillion|
|ZH/s (ZettaHash)||1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000||One Sextillion|
|YH/s (YottaHash)||1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000||One Septillion|
It is important to point out the Zclassic hashrate does not determine how quickly or slowly each block is solved.
This timing, called the block time is enforced by the Zclassic mining difficulty value, which is adjusted upwards or downwards during each block difficulty retarget to keep blocks being solved at a constant time frame.
For more information about the Zclassic difficulty re-target visit the Zclassic mining page.
What is the Current Zclassic Hashrate?
The current Zclassic hashrate (ZCL hashrate) is ? at block height 814,126 with a difficulty of 80.65.
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How to Calculate Zclassic Hashrate
The Zclassic hashrate is calculated using the current Zclassic difficulty, the defined Zclassic block time, and the average block time of the last (X) number of blocks.
Most full Zclassic nodes will have an option to see the current Zclassic global hashrate using the "getnetworkhashps" command in the console window.
Given the fact that the Zclassic difficulty value determines statically how many hashes are needed to solve the next block, it is recommended to use the current mining difficulty to determine the statistically accurate number of Zclassic that can be mined in a given time frame.