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How Many Terahash Is a Bitcoin?

As of September 2019, a single Bitcoin is worth approximately 10,000 US dollars. This means that each Bitcoin is worth approximately one million hashes. One hash is a unit of digital information that is used to confirm Bitcoin transactions. A Bitcoin hashrate is the number of hashes that can be produced by a Bitcoin miner in a given period of time.

NOTE: WARNING: It is important to remember that the amount of terahash in a Bitcoin will vary depending on the current hash rate. It is not possible to determine the exact amount of terahash in a Bitcoin at any given time as the hash rate is constantly changing. As such, any information regarding the amount of terahash in a Bitcoin should be considered an estimate and not an exact figure.

As of September 2019, the Hashrate for a single Bitcoin miner is 12.5 TH/s, meaning that it can produce 12.5 trillion hashes per second.

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