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Bitcoin’s Mining Difficulty Rises for the Second Time in a Row — It’s Now 0.63% Harder to Find a BTC Block – Mining Bitcoin News

On August 18, 2022, Bitcoin’s mining difficulty increased again after the 1.74% rise two weeks ago on August 4. At block height 749,952 at 7:07 a.m. (EST) the network’s mining difficulty rose by 0.63% from 28.17 trillion to 28.35 trillion Thursday morning. Bitcoin Network Records Second Consecutive Difficulty Increase Since August

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Bitcoin’s Mathematical Monetary Policy Is Far More Predictable Than Gold and Fiat Currencies – Economics Bitcoin News

This past April, records show that 19 million bitcoins have been mined into existence and 133 days later, there are 1.88 million bitcoins left to mint today. The network’s block subsidy halving is expected to occur on or around April 20, 2024, as there are less than 91,000 bitcoins left

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Bitcoin’s 2022 Bear Market Has Broken the Community’s Most Popular Price Models – Featured Bitcoin News

The 2022 bear market has been brutal as more than $2 trillion in value has been wiped away from the crypto economy. In addition to record values lost, the crypto winter has managed to break a number of popular bitcoin price models like the rainbow price chart and Plan B’s

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Skybridge Estimates Bitcoin’s Fair Market Value at $40K and Ethereum’s at $2,800 – Markets and Prices Bitcoin News

Skybridge Capital’s founder says bitcoin’s fair market value is about $40,000 based on adoption, wallet size, use cases, and growth of wallets. The asset management firm also estimated ethereum’s fair market value at around $2,800. Skybridge Capital on the Fair Values of Bitcoin and Ethereum Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner

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Michael Saylor Lost Big in the Dot-Com Bubble and Bitcoin’s Crash. Now He Aims to Rebound Again

Saylor and MicroStrategy then spent two decades mostly under Wall Street’s radar. Not that he was suffering. MicroStrategy kept plugging away, developing software for businesses. Saylor lived in a Miami Beach, Fla., mansion that looks like a Spanish colonial palace. A recent visit by a CoinDesk reporter revealed painted cherubs

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