BTC Halving News
BTC Halving is the process of reducing the rewards of mining Bitcoin by 50% after every 210,000 blocks are validated, or “mined.” The first halving occurred on November 28, 2012, three years after the “Genesis block” was mined on January 9, 2009. Halvings have occurred roughly every four years since the first one happened in 2012.
Marathon Digital becomes 2nd largest Bitcoin holder among public companies, has not sold any BTC
The earnings call for Marathon Digital revealed a strong foundation for the coming as it looks to increase efficiency and its renewable energy mix.
Ethereum outperforms Bitcoin 2X in Compound Annual Growth Rate over past 4 years
On-chain data shows that Ethereum has performed twice as well as Bitcoin over the past 4 years with a CAGR of 66%
Bitcoin Rainbow Chart updated with new lower band after second breach
Predictive price models have come under fire recently, but the Bitcoin Rainbow Chart adds a new lower band to stay "valid."
Research: HODL waves show short-term holders at level lower than 2019 bear market bottom
On-chain data indicates a drastic fall in short-term Bitcoin holders with the number dropping to 27.4%. Market bottoms historically correlate with short-term holders falling below 29%
What a complete yolk! Comparing Bitcoin to Eggs and why it matters
How many eggs can you get for 1 Bitcoin? One might ask "what do eggs have to do with Bitcoin?" Surprisingly we can gather a ton of useful information by examining the price of eggs over the past 40 years.
Bitcoin dominance up 20% in 2022 – what does this mean?
Bitcoin dominance has hit 46%, the highest since October 2021 when Bitcoin traded at $60,000.
The next Bitcoin halving is 2 years away, here is why it matters
We are halfway through the four year Bitcoin halving cycle, as the fourth time mining rewards will be halved approaches in 2024, we examine how it will affect Bitcoin.
19 millionth Bitcoin has just been mined, only 2 million BTC left
Get your Bitcoins while they last as less than 10% are left to be mined for the rest of human history.
Comparing Bitcoin halving cycles. When’s the price top due this time around?
A closer look at previous Bitcoin halving cycles suggests that the market is still due for some patience before the expected price top.
Could Bitcoin’s security be weakening? Let’s talk about it
Questioning Bitcoin’s security model in the context of declining network usage relative to other cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin (BTC) pump to $18k pushes miner revenues to pre-halving levels
The recent BTC run has borne good news for two important parts of the Bitcoin ecosystem — investors and miners.
Bitcoin’s post-halving price action is mirroring that seen in 2016; What this means for BTC
Bitcoin’s recent mining rewards halving event was long looked upon as a catalyst for the cryptocurrency to see further strength – from both a fundamental and technical perspective.
Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin challenges forecast saying the halving may boost Bitcoin’s price, joining stock-to-flow critics
If you were to ask a Bitcoin investor what makes the cryptocurrency valuable, they would likely say something about the cryptocurrency’s block reward “halvings.” Every four years, the number of BTC issued per block gets cut in half, resulting in an effective 50 percent reduction in the inflation rate of the cryptocurrency.
Effects of the Bitcoin halving are already apparent, and that’s huge for BTC’s bull case
Just over two weeks ago, Bitcoin experienced its third block reward reduction.
The three-pronged “perfect storm” behind the 1,000% eruption in Bitcoin transaction fees
It’s been an expensive past three weeks for Bitcoin users.
Unlike 2016, analysts say Bitcoin won’t see a brutal post-halving crash for 2 reasons
On March 12, 2020, during the infamous “Black Thursday,” the price of Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to as low as $3,600 across major exchanges.
These three entities now control over 60 percent of Bitcoin hash rate post-halving
The now-concluded Bitcoin halving marked a significant step in the pioneer cryptocurrency’s evolution, that of reducing block rewards to miners to maintain its premise as a deflationary currency.