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.

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Canaan exec says opportunity outweighs crisis as Bitcoin miners struggle with shrinking profits
Ray Salmond
Market Analysis
Traders still anticipate BTC prices above $100,000, but a closer look at the BTC halving cycle chart suggests that a sharper downside move will occur first.
Bitcoin price predictions abound as traders focus on the next BTC halving cycle
Jordan Finneseth
Breaking news
The Bitcoin hash rate hit another all-time high and the 105,000th block since the last halving was mined, marking the halfway to the next halving.
Bitcoin celebrates halfway to the halving with new hash rate record
Joseph Hall
Market Analysis
Traders say BTC’s current price action aligns with the Bitcoin halving model, leading some analysts to expect a $24,000 bottom before the end of the year.
Bitcoin halving analysis hints at $24K bottom before the end of 2022
Jordan Finneseth
Market Analysis
The $50,000 resistance level seems to be the line in the sand that separates certainty from doubt that Bitcoin has cast off the four-year cycle trend, according...
Why the Bitcoin ‘mid-halving’ price slump will play out differently this time
Brian Newar
Industry executives predict that the next Bitcoin bull run is likely to happen in 2024 or early 2025, tied to Bitcoin’s fourth halving.
Crypto winter 2022: Here’s what crypto industry veterans expect
Helen Partz
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Three reasons why PlanB’s stock-to-flow model is not reliable
Daniele Bernardi
New Year Special
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