Why Bitcoin’s Next ‘Halving’ May Not Pump the Price Like Last Time
According to regression models and historical precedent, the upcoming bitcoin halving will boost the market price. So why isn’t that already priced in?
The number of bitcoin on-chain deposits has dropped sharply over the last six months, indicating a strong optimistic or “HODLing,” sentiment in the market.
"Bitcoin halving" searches are surging on Google, according to a report from the Norwegian cryptocurrency analysis firm Arcane Research.
The halving? Coronavirus and volatility? Fed action? Listeners vote on what's driving crypto growth.
Bitcoin likely carved out a major price bottom in December, according to a non-price metric, which has proved as a reliable price indicator in the past.
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