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The Bitcoin (BTC) hash rate peaked on Jan. 6, hitting 549 EH/s, ahead of the halving event. While Bitcoin is on focus, other altcoins like Gala (GALA) and InQubeta (QUBE) are also gaining traction in the market.
InQubeta blends AI and blockchain.
Currently in its presale stage, InQubeta has already raised over $8.1 million.
Operating at the intersection of AI and blockchain, two transforming technologies, InQubeta aims to solve key industry challenges.
It looks to become the first crypto-powered crowdfunding platform focused on AI startups, helping address fundraising issues in the sector.
Additionally, the InQubeta NFT marketplace intends to open AI investing to everyone.
This would allow people to back early-stage AI startups.
In stage seven of the presale, QUBE is available for $0.0224.
Bitcoin hash rate at an all-time high
Bitcoin has made an impressive start to 2024.
On Jan. 6, it achieved a milestone by reaching an unprecedented hash rate of 549 EH/s, resulting in a difficulty of 73.20T.
The hash rate refers to the computing power required to verify transactions and generate new units of BTC through mining.
The upcoming Bitcoin halving event in April might end up supporting prices.
Gala: growing interest
Gala is popular in the gaming and play-to-earn (P2E) industries.
Trading at around $0.02, many investors believe that Gala is undervalued.
The Bitcoin hash rate is at an all-time high. Meanwhile, investors have been tracking the Gala and InQubeta. QUBE supporters remain bullish in the ongoing presale.
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