The fall in the cost of bitcoin did not scare the miners, they have been increasing their capacity over the past few days.
On June 12, the BTC hashrate hit 231,428 exahash per second (EH/s), a new record in the history of the cryptocurrency.
The lion's share of bitcoin power is generated by miners that the service is not able to identify. The second half of the hashrate is provided by the leading mining pools - Poolin, AntPool, F2Pool, ViaBTC, and SlushPool.
Despite the fall in the BTC rate below $24,000, the network’s capacity is increasing, and many analysts view this trend positively.
The higher the hashrate, the more secure the network, as more miners connect to it and compete to mine blocks.
Evidence of the strengthening of the BTC ecosystem was the expansion of the Lightning network, the throughput of which increased to 4000 BTC.