Bitcoin miners have received a boost in profits after the scheduled difficulty level adjustment resulted in a positive balance, which is the first time since February that the difficulty has decreased. The current mining difficulty level is at 48T (trillions), and this change affects the miners' profitability, as less competition for the reward means increased estimated income for those still connected to the network. The current price for Bitcoin hashpower rose to 0.088 USD/TH/day, up from 0.077 USD/TH/day on May 2, indicating increased profitability for miners' operations. Recently, there has been increased interest in BRC-20 tokens, which are used to create memecoins, leading to network congestion in Bitcoin within a few days of their release, and this could be a possible factor in the hashrate drop. As a result of this high activity on the network, the fees are now making up 12.4% of the miners' revenue. Moreover, the sudden interest in tokens registered through Ordinals is responsible for the backlog of transactions that need confirmation, leading to a surge in average commissions. The current transaction fees range from 70 sat/vB to 100 sat/vB, and a transaction of 140 vB (median) would require payment of almost $4 USD to get confirmed within the first few minutes.