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.
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.