With only 21 million Bitcoin to be issued, a little under 2.5 million BTC remains for mining

According to ChartBTC, the Bitcoin network has surpassed 18.5 million Bitcoins in circulation. This means that less than 2.5 million BTC, equivalent to about 11.9% of the total Bitcoin, will be created.

With only 21 million BTC to be issued, a little under 2.5 million BTC remains for mining

Half of the remaining 2.5 million BTC will be mined over the next four years. Since Genesis Block in 2009, the Bitcoin network has gone through three Halving, most recently in May 2020. Due to the Halving every four years, Bitcoin is finally expected to be no longer mined until 2140. No new Bitcoins can be mined after that year. And now, according to many predict, Bitcoin price will have a significant step of growth.


Source: ChartBTC

A group of eight Crypto Valley experts says the upcoming Bitcoin halving will be very different from those in the past

Previously, a team of 8 Crypto Valley experts thought the last Halving was different from the previous because many are considering storing their lifetimes in Bitcoin.

The power has also started to shift from miners to the community and traders, according to Arnaud Salomon, CEO of Mt Pelerin. He explained:

The power has shifted away from miners. They’re not in the same position as they used to be ten years ago or even five years ago […]. The stock is already so big, and because today there is a lot of Bitcoin in circulation, people are willing to trade and exchange.

Event moderator Alexandre Juncker and author of “Blockchain Quarterly” said the halving highlights Bitcoin’s monetary mission to oppose arbitrary monetary policies conducted by central banks. He noted:

We witness the very moment when a vast economic crisis triggered by a pandemic is threatening to overwhelm already over-indebted States. In turmoil to come, the value-proposition of debased unstoppable pure Bitcoin, whose money supply is written in code, is likely to meet widespread adoption flying away from fiat hyperinflation in many countries.

After surveying 50 institutional investors that collectively manage over $ 78 billion in assets in the United States and the United Kingdom, a standout response was that 26% of participants believe that pension funds, insurers, family offices, and sovereign wealth funds will raise their stakes in cryptocurrency “drastically.”

64% of participants believe the increase in interaction will be moderate, but the group also expects that hedge funds will be more actively engaged in crypto. 32% believe hedge funds will increase their crypto holdings drastically.

Just last week, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor followed the footsteps of the veteran investor, Paul Tudor Jones, by purchasing 21,454 BTC. Earlier in the year, Jones revealed his stake in Bitcoin, describing the assets as the “fastest horse” with the best odds performance-wise.

As investors’ interest in crypto-assets grows and the regulatory landscape for these assets becomes more apparent, it’s expected that the wave of institutions flocking to Bitcoin will continue to increase.

Since the beginning of 2020, institutional demand for Bitcoin has steadily increased. New survey data shows that institutional investors intend to increase their Bitcoin allocation regardless of the short-term decrease in price. Through investment in MicroStrategy, the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, currently owns 577.6 BTC.

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