Halving Number: the 1st Bitcoin halving Date: 28th November 2012 Block Number: 210,000 Block Reward: 25 BTC BTC % Mined: 75% Price on Halving Day (USD): $12.35
Halving Number: the 2nd Bitcoin halving Date: 9th July 2016 Block Number: 420,000 Block Reward: 12.5 BTC BTC % Mined: 87.5% Price on Halving Day (USD): $650.53
Halving Number: the 3rd Bitcoin halving Date: 11th May 2020 Block Number: 630,000 Block Reward: 6.25 BTC BTC % Mined: 93.75% Price on Halving Day (USD): $8,821.42
Bitcoin (BTC) experiences a deep bear market throughout all of 2018 with price ultimately reaching a bear market low around US $3,222 per Bitcoin on 15th December 2018 (Source: CoinMarketCap). This was a decrease in price by over 80% since the 17th December 2017 high, and this bear market..Read more
Bitcoin (BTC) experiences a massive bull market during 2017 with price ultimately reaching around US $19,600 per Bitcoin, over 1,900% increase in price since the 1st January 2017 and generating inevitable discussions of a “Bitcoin Bubble”.
The digital currency began 2017 trading at around US $1,000.00 per Bitcoin.
The digital currency began 2015 trading at around US $315.00 per Bitcoin.
The digital currency began 2013 trading at around US $13.50 per Bitcoin.
During 2017’s meteoric rise in Bitcoin’s price, the BTC Market capitalization rose by over $1 billion on news that Japan passed a law to accept Bitcoin as a legal payment method, and Russia made moves to regulate cryptocurrency.
The growth in the number of Bitcoin automated teller machines (ATMs) between March 2015 and September 2016 more than doubled. In March 2015 there were 353 Bitcoin ATMs, which is a substantial number given Bitcoin had not gone mainstream at that time. By the end of September 2016, this..Read more