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.
Crypto market wipes out $14 billion as feared Bitcoin halving dump starts
The crypto market lost $14 billion overnight as the Bitcoin price dropped from $9,200 to $8,600 by more than 6.5 percent.
Analyst: Model predicting Bitcoin will hit $288k is no better than “moon cycles”
To most, Bitcoin’s rally from literal irrelevance to becoming one of the most valuable assets in the world is hard to explain.
Ethereum 2.0 launch and Bitcoin halving are 2 perfect catalysts for a bull run
Both Bitcoin and Ethereum have seen stellar performances from their 2020 lows, both gaining 140 percent since the “Black Thursday” crash seen on March 12 and 13.
Hedge fund manager who told you to sell Bitcoin at $10,500 is once again calling the top; here’s why
Thomas Thornton, the head of Hedge Fund Telemetry, has made the headlines for his accurate predictions regarding the direction of Bitcoin’s trend.
Crypto.com announces a “Halving Special” with Bitcoin 50% off, but supply is limited
Cryptocurrency payment platform Crypto dot com announced the launch of a special Bitcoin halving offer set to take place on 06:00 UTC, May 12.
After halving, Bitcoin could rally 3,500% to $288k: Understanding PlanB’s “perfect fit” analysis
Early last year, a Bitcoin analyst going by the moniker of “PlanB” released an article titled “Modeling Bitcoin’s Value with Scarcity” to Medium.
Ahead of halving, volatility metric shows Bitcoin is near recent “sell-off” levels
Bitcoin’s recent price rise is attributed to the much-awaited halving event on May 12, but one metric suggests a sell-off is due if past samples are considered. Metric close to previous levels but not “holy grail” On-chain analytics provider Skew noted Bitcoin’s implied volatility indicator neared previous “sell-off” zones — specific instances where certain levels […]
Analyst: this statistical model says there’s a 75% chance Bitcoin rallies even higher next week
Yes, the price of Bitcoin may have stalled over the past three days, stagnating around $7,500, but the cryptocurrency is still decisively bullish from a macro perspective, analysts say.
Thursday’s 10% Bitcoin eruption is paramount to the bull case: here’s why
Catching many traders off guard, Bitcoin rallied a jaw-dropping 10 percent on April 23, jumping from $7,050 to $7,800 within what was under 30 minutes’ time, boosted by a cascading liquidation of short positions on derivatives exchanges.
Even after 50% crash, Bitcoin is primed to see explosive growth: 5 reasons why
Bitcoin’s performance over the past few weeks since the mid-March bottom has undoubtedly been impressive.
Bitcoin whale growth is macro bullish, but will it be enough to stop another massive selloff?
Data suggests that large buyers – sometimes referred to as “smart money” – have been in full Bitcoin accumulation mode over the past couple of months, with the number of proverbial “whales” hitting multi-year highs just in the past week.
Here’s why Bitcoin’s open interest is rocketing despite lackluster price action
Bitcoin has once again found itself caught in the throes of another period of consolidation as the benchmark crypto trades just a hair above its key near-term support at $6,800.
Here’s why simulations of Bitcoin’s post-halving price may disappoint investors
Bitcoin’s upcoming mining rewards halving has been looked upon as a potentially bullish catalyst for the cryptocurrency for years, with many investors predicting that the impact it has on its miner dynamics will help boost BTC’s price.
This “dry powder” could spark the crypto market’s next parabolic rally when lit
Crypto investors have long been looking towards different narratives to support the notion that the market is just a stone’s throw away from finding itself caught within the next major parabolic uptrend – although the vast majority of these theories have been invalidated throughout the past few years.
These macro trends are likely to hold massive sway over Bitcoin in 2020
Throughout the past couple of months Bitcoin has traded against a macro backdrop of economic uncertainty for the first time in its relatively short decade-long history.
Key metrics reveal Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP future looks promising
On-chain metrics reveal that the top three cryptocurrencies by market cap—Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP—are bound for a bullish impulse, despite the significant gains posted recently.
Data shows retail demand for Bitcoin is rapidly mounting, even after 100% rally
Even after the recent tepid price action Bitcoin remains 86 percent above its $3,700 lows set in March’s “Black Thursday” crash.