Bitcoin (BTC) dominance has always been one of the first pieces of information displayed on cryptocurrency ranking websites like Coin360 and CoinMarketCap. Although it seems a consolidated and straightforward metric, there's an argument that the…

Bitcoin breaking through $10,000 immediately brought with it the return of talk of new all-time highs. But the longer the cryptocurrency stays this far below the stock-to-flow model, the more likely lengthening market cycles become…

A year after removing Bitcoin SV from its exchange in April 2019 and the mining pool operated by leading crypto exchange Binance now produces more blocks than anyone else.  According to crypto statistics and services…

For only the third time in history, Bitcoin’s mining subsidy was cut in half this month. It was a moment that garnered attention from around the world, reminded us of the protocol’s programmable scarcity and…

A Bitcoin (BTC) address that collected 50 BTC from a mining reward has just shown the first sign of activity since February 2009 — just one month after the creation of Bitcoin. According to data…

The Halving (sometimes referred to as “the Halvening”) is the predetermined moment when Bitcoin’s block subsidy gets cut in half. The halving of Bitcoin’s block subsidy occurs every 210,000 blocks (approximately every four years) and is a…

How does Bitcoin’s block halving work on an engineering level? We explain with help from Andreas Antonopoulos. In a recent video, Antonopoulos explained the Bitcoin Core code that controls the halving of the Bitcoin (BTC)…