Does the rise in hashing difficulty in Bitcoin mean that BTC transactions will get infinitely more expensive?

in hashing •  last year

Does the rise in hashing difficulty in Bitcoin mean that BTC transactions will get infinitely more expensive?
If so, and since Moore's law is unsustainable and will soon end, I predict that unless BTC will have a hard fork to change the way its hashing difficulty is, or miners will leave, killing its blockchain by doing so.

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