The BTC halving has set off a domino effect on block reward miners that will end with many unable to continue.
Municipalities and regulators are offering incentives to reinforce and boost the local block reward mining industry as part of the fallout from the BTC halving.
The recent price surge is a sign the BTC network reached its imposed limits governing how well it can serve its community.
The BTC network is becoming congested as activity continues to increase to limits beyond its capacity.
BTC-focused public companies have put themselves at risk because of short-sighted and ineffective planning.
A CoinShares piece provided several hypotheses regarding the BTC halving, and came to the conclusion that the event will be a positive event for the BTC network.
Ed Drake takes a look at what will happen to the publicly traded digital transaction processing companies post BTC halving.
The issue first raised its head after an entrepreneur started a Telegram group to highlight what he described as a “bad batch” of S17 units.
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.
BSV jumped three spots in terms of top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap, and surpassed ETH in terms of value in less than 24 hours.