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In 2019, miners have been revving up their ASIC to make use of the last Bitcoin block rewards before the halving in May 2020. The extremely high mining activity also meant that during some time periods, the network blocks arrived less than 10 minutes apart. Bitcoin Blocks Produced Ahead of Schedule In 2019, the Bitcoin network produced the 18 millionth coin a bit ahead of schedule. Based on TrustNodes research, miners discovered about 147 blocks

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