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Max Vanisch
Max Vanisch

Bitcoin halving, a phenomenon programmed into its protocol, occurs approximately every four years, reducing the reward miners receive for validating transactions. This event serves as a crucial mechanism for maintaining the cryptocurrency's scarcity and managing inflation. Post-halving, the rate of new Bitcoin issuance slows down, potentially leading to increased scarcity and upward pressure on prices. Market dynamics, investor sentiment, and institutional interest also play significant roles in determining Bitcoin's post-halving trajectory. For an in-depth analysis of Bitcoin halving and its implications, delve into this insightful article on UltraMining's platform:


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