Bitcoin Halving News

Bitcoin halving is a process of dividing the number of generated rewards per block in order to maintain the total supply of Bitcoin, which will not exceed 21 million. Block rewards are the main engine of Bitcoin mining and, therefore, the main power behind the operation of the network. Bitcoin halving happens every 210,000 blocks and reduces the reward for 50 percent every time in a geometrical progression. The initial block reward in 2009 was 50 Bitcoins, the current Bitcoin reward is 12.5 coins. The next Bitcoin halving is expected to happen in May 2020 and will decrease the reward to 6.25 coins. Bitcoin halving is a crucial part of Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies, as it is the main algorithm of emission control and a part of what makes Bitcoin successfully maintained without any authority.

Last week, Bitcoin miners reportedly sold 11% more coins than they generated over the same period.
Miners Have Been Selling More Bitcoin Than They Generate, Recent Data Suggests
Stephen O'Neal
Amid this current crisis, the Bitcoin halving highlights core differences between fiat and crypto monetary systems and the distribution of power in both.
Crypto and Fiat Currencies Are Worlds Apart, Here Are the Reasons Why
Garrison Breckenridge
Market Analysis
Bitcoin price is looking to retake the key psychological level at $10,000, which may now propel BTC to multi-year highs.
Is Bitcoin Price Finally Ready for Breakout Above $10,000?
Michaël van de Poppe
The wet season in Sichuan normally leads to a spike in Bitcoin’s hash rate. Will the same happen this year?
Sichuan Rainy Season to Give Bitcoin Hash Rate a Much Needed Jolt
Stephen O'Neal
The new Bitcoin era, now in full swing after the last halving, has the potential to usher in a whole new financial order.
This Post-Halving Bitcoin Era Will Be Unlike Any Other
Paul de Havilland
Market Analysis
As Bitcoin struggles to find support, THETA and THETA Fuel have rallied more than 1000%, leading investors to wonder if other altcoins will follow.
FOMO Risk? THETA Outpacing Bitcoin With 1000% Gains Since March Crash
Michaël van de Poppe
It will still take time to stabilize the miner revenue from fees before the Bitcoin network can display some healthy growth.
Examine the Bitcoin First Difficulty Adjustment Post 2020 Halving
Johnson Xu
Market Analysis
Bitcoin price looks shaky after dropping below $9.3K support but still remains in a general uptrend since March even if another pullback occurs.
Bitcoin Price Ping Pong Within Tighter Range Hinting at $8.5K Next
Michaël van de Poppe

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