The Bitcoin hash rate, the overall amount of computational power used on the Bitcoin network, has surged to a new all-time high of 148.727 EH/s, as per data supplied by Blockchain.com.
The previous record hash rate was recorded on Jan. 1, totaling 142.735 EH/s.
On that day, Bitcoin was trading at the $29,365 level and, the following weekend, it surpassed $30,000 and then $33,000.
Miners press on with their efforts as Bitcoin keeps climbing to new consecutive all-time highs—now trading at $37,183, as per CoinMarketCap.
Bitcoin's processing power has grown, making the biggest cryptocurrency more resilient to a 51 percent attack.