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I'm just curious about this. I'm not sure if the length of zeros in the hash result is directly proportional to the probability, or how to calculate this.

  • Yes, the length of zeros in the required hash result is directly proportional to the probability of finding a matching hash. – Greg Hewgill Apr 16 '14 at 21:45
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(Average hashing power of network per second between the last difficulty adjustment and the difficulty adjustment that came before it) * 600

or (2^32 * difficulty)

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As relative Answer in terms of Coins per day:

                                                          A      B
coins = reward / (difficulty * 4294967296 / hashsPerSec / 3600 / 24) 

A is the number of seconds in an hour

B is the number hours in a day

Source: bitcointalk.org - Formula to calculate litecoins generated per day by hashrate

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