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BITCOIN HALVING

 


Bitcoin halving refers to the halving of Bitcoin block rewards, which occurs once every 210,000 blocks created approximately every 4 years. Block reward refers to the amount of Bitcoin received by miners after they successfully validate a new block.

Grayscale Investors Buying Bitcoin at Remarkable Rate Despite Goldman Sachs’ Skepticism
New data indicates that institutional clients are increasingly buying Bitcoin via Grayscale Bitcoin Trust despite warning from Goldman Sachs.
Bitcoin Transaction Fees Soar After Block Reward Halving
Bitcoin transaction fees continue to soar after halving.
Riot Blockchain Sees Growth in Q1 2020 Despite COVID-19 Disruption
Riot Blockchain Inc., one of the few listed public cryptocurrency mining companies in the United States on Nasdaq, reported financial results for Q1 of 2020, which ended on March 31. The company has seen a small growth in its earnings per share during this quarter. Riot Blockchain previously changed its name from Bioptix in 2017 after shifting its focus from biotechnology to Bitcoin mining. The company’s share price skyrocketed to a $38 high in late 2017, which then fell to $110 after Riot was accused of misleading investors by capitalizing on public interest in blockchain to drive up its share price. These claims have been dismissed on the basis that it was not proven that the company’s name was changed to drive up the share price.
European Crypto Miners Share Insights About Their Local Mining Industry
dGen, a non-profit research organization, in its report, has revealed that the cryptocurrency miners in the European region believe that Europe's higher electricity prices as compared to that of Russia and China is due to the strict regulation, strong protections, and political stability.
May 11: If You Can't Handle Me at My Worst, then You Don't Deserve Me at My Best...
What a volatile Sunday for Bitcoin as it plunged from $9,800 to $8,100 in a single hour, a very large outsized move for a weekend trading session that even Coinbase suffered an outage. There was no news/catalyst, instead I think it was a planned outsized sale that happened. A likely scenario is that a coordinated selling or take-profit via OTC and exchanges.
Bitcoin Halving: Everything You Need to Know in 5 Minutes
In May 2020, Bitcoin is expected to experience its third halving in history. Bitcoin halving refers to the halving of Bitcoin block rewards, which occurs once every 210,000 blocks created (approximately every 4 years).
Post-Halving Prediction: Bitcoin Price Hitting $20,000 Only a Matter of Time
With the much-anticipated Bitcoin halving just around the corner, pundits, investors, and traders are keeping a keen eye on this event because mining rewards will be slashed from 12.5 BTC to 6.25 BTC. Crypto trader TheMoonCarl tweeted that the number of non-zero Bitcoin addresses had smashed the 30 million figure. As a result, he believes that the all-time high Price of BTC of $20,000 will be broken.
Gate.io Executive Explains: What Can We Expect for the Upcoming Bitcoin Halving Event and Crypto in 2020?
Bitcoin halving has been suggested as a significant event. Gate.io also released a halving countdown page for nine major cryptocurrencies in 2020, keeping its users informed of the latest status on halvings. “As an exchange, we want to be instrumental in providing useful information about Bitcoin Halving to our users and the overall community,” Tatibouet said.
Can We Expect a Bitcoin Bull Run Amid the Upcoming Bitcoin Halving and Coronavirus Pandemic?
The next Bitcoin halving is expected to take place in May 2020. Each time Bitcoin halving takes place, the number of Bitcoins entering circulation every 10 minutes, also known as block rewards will fall to half, to 6.25 from 12.5 in May. As the amount of supply, Bitcoins are decreasing, the demand most likely will stay the same, but possibly lead to an increase in Bitcoin’s price. Experts believe that there will be less Bitcoin available in the market if the miners will be selling less of the cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin Set to Recover From the Coronavirus Pandemic-Triggered Global Financial Crisis?
The price of Bitcoin has seen a decline of 8 percent from the start of this year until early April, and 90% of Finder’s survey panel believe is caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Although COVID-19 made up for most of the explanation for the dip, many believe that the Plus Token scam also had an impact.

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