The difficulty of the last block in the considered time period. Difficulty represents how hard it is to find a hash that meets the protocol-designated requirement (i.e., the difficulty of finding a new block) that day. The requirement is unique to each applicable cryptocurrency protocol. Difficulty is adjusted periodically by the protocol as a function of how much hashing power is being deployed by miners.
This metric is not comparable across all chains as its value is dependent on the hashing function used by each chain.
This metric is only available for PoW chains.
Released in the 4.2 release of NDP
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