Bitcoin Mining Map

The Bitcoin Mining Map visualises the approximate geographic distribution of global Bitcoin hashrate. The average hashrate share by country is available for display in monthly intervals starting from September 2019. In addition, a second map with an exclusive focus on China’s hashrate distribution by province is provided.

Past periods may be adjusted when additional data becomes available. Please note that the map has been last updated in April 2020 and may not provide an accurate representation of the current state of global hashrate distribution. In some countries, and China in particular, mining operations tend to move between locations according to seasonal variance in renewables production. These migration patterns can only be observed when selecting a longer timeframe for the analysis.

All changes are listed in the Change log

The chart below shows the average monthly hashrate breakdown by country (and Chinese provinces, if selected) in descending order.

The map is based on geo-location data (i.e. IP addresses) of hashers connecting to the Bitcoin mining pools, Poolin, and ViaBTC, who have kindly agreed to share aggregate-level data for research purposes. 1
These pools collectively represent approximately 37% of Bitcoin total hashrate over the examined period. 2
Figures are presented in aggregate to obfuscate pool-specific information. Please visit the Methodology tab for further information.
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