CoinTelegraph’s scheduled livestream countdown to the Bitcoin Halving on May 11 on YouTube, featuring some well-known industry leaders, was abruptly cut off by YouTube after six hours.
Earlier today, Bitcoin has transitioned to its fourth cycle after the third halving occurred yesterday. The block rewards for miners are now cut in half and reduced from 12.5 BTC…
Bitcoin Halving, the most anticipated event of the year for the crypto community, is approaching in less than 24 hours as we are expecting to witness the event on May…
The pre-halving dump happened on the Sunday morning while Bitcoin failed to maintain above $10K and broke below the important psychological level on Saturday.
Earlier today, Bitcoin saw a spike of 8% and broke above the long term downtrend to test $10K with the halving event approaching less than four days away.
The week before the Bitcoin Halving event scheduled for May 12 has proven to be rather eventful with new milestones reached every other day.
Eight days before the long-awaited Bitcoin Halving event on May 12, Bitcoin (BTC) hash rates hit another record high at more than 140 EX per second on May 3, according…
Referencing historical trends from the previous two halving events, Bitcoin (BTC) prices surged after both halvings. However, new data from CryptoCompare suggests that history might not repeat itself.
With a total Bitcoin supply limit set at 21 million, Bitcoin’s code mandates that block rewards will be halved with every 210,000 blocks produced.
the hash rate for BCH has been gradually decreasing since February 15. At the time of writing, the BCH hash rate is at 3.26EH/s.