The Bitcoin algorithm was designed to make that mining process increasing more difficult as more blocks are added to the blockchain.
As most people do not own equipment capable of reaching such lofty goals another option would be to join a mining pool. Groups of miners work together to find the solution that reaches the reward; which is then split between the participants.
So, the difficulty in mining is one that comes from tracking each Bitcoin transfer, with every transfer in every block before it, since the history of the coin.
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