On November 2, 2021, the Ethereum network’s global hashrate tapped an all-time high (ATH) at 873 terahash per second (TH/s) or close to 1 petahash. Alongside Ethereum’s ATH, a myriad of hashrates have returned back to the highs the network’s once held before the crypto mining crackdown in China.

Hashrates Return Following China’s Crypto Mining Crackdown This Past Summer

Last summer at the end of June, a great number of cryptocurrency networks saw their hashrates decline significantly, but today many networks have recovered from the large losses. For instance, the Bitcoin (BTC) network hashrate plummeted to a low of 69.11 exahash per second (EH/s) on June 28, and today BTC’s hashrate is coasting along at 169 EH/s. That’s an increase of 144.92% and a variety of other crypto protocol hashrates have also seen significant recoveries in terms of global hashrate.

During the same time period the Bitcoin network’s hashrate shuddered last summer, Litecoin’s (LTC) hashrate dipped to a low of 167.44 terahash per second…

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Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/crypto-network-hashrates-recover-from-summer-slump-ethereums-hashrate-captures-all-time-high/