Dave Mullen-Muhr of Unbounded Capital scrutinizes the upcoming halving and why it foreshadows BTC’s inevitable death.
The BTC hash rate slid below the 100 Exahash territory, way ahead of the expected Bitcoin halving 2020.
After the block reward subsidy is reduced, some industry experts warn that the ecosystem may no longer be profitable enough to sustain the current hash rate.
Infrastructure providers are being forced to reexamine how committed they are to powering the infrastructures of many public blockchains.
The atmosphere around the upcoming Bitcoin halving is different, as many in the ecosystem fear it will negatively affect the long-term value of the digital currency.
As the block reward "halving" approaches amid falling prices, the need for Bitcoin to scale massively on-chain becomes clear.
Lost amid all the panic over the falling prices of the digital currency is the disproportionate impact price instability has on the BTC “miners” who power the network.
Beijing-based Bitmain Technologies Ltd. has announced a brand-new product line consisting of two Bitcoin/SHA-256 miners.
Jon Southurst explains why it's important to understand all the issues surrounding the Bitcoin ‘halvening’, including those unique to this year.
The closure of crypto mines is harmful to the crypto mining industry as China has always been one of cryptocurrency mining's largest markets.