A hashrate of 1.42 EH/s, really?

According to http://bravenewcoin.com/news/number-of-bitcoin-miners-far-higher-than-popular-estimates/ there are 100,000 miners and blockchain.info claims a hashrate of 1.42 EH/s.

How is it possible to be mining on Bitcoin at a hashrate of 1.42 EH/s with just 100,000 miners?

That would yield 14.2 TH/s per miner, while best ASICs are performing around 1 TH/s https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

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What benefits does Tau-Chain add over conventional solutions?

I’m currently doing some research on Tau-Chain and its various claims. One of the biggest ways it tries to differentiate itself looks to be the focus on decidable programming languages, instead of turing-completeness. However, I can’t seem to find any straightforward example of what practical benefits does that add over the conventional solutions.

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