Here’s Why Bitcoin’s Fourth Halving Might Be Days Away

The pre-scheduled event is expected to occur within the upcoming month, heightening optimism among investors for a bull run.

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  • The next Bitcoin halving is expected to take place within the upcoming month.
  • Bitcoin is currently experiencing an impressive price upswing.
  • Optimism is high among investors for the historic event to fuel the ongoing market rally.

As the crypto market rallies, industry anticipation for the next Bitcoin halving is heightening. As a pre-scheduled event associated with igniting a bullish momentum for the crypto king, investors are optimistic for the forthcoming halving to replicate its past successes and propel Bitcoin and other assets to new price heights.

With the halving drawing near, ongoing countdowns across the industry indicate that the highly anticipated event may be closer than ever.

Bitcoin Halving Soon?

According to the OKLink Countdown on Friday, March 1, the crypto industry is just over 50 days away from the fourth Bitcoin halving.


This follows the February 12 halving milestone for the industry, which marked the addition of the 830,000th block height out of the required 840,000 for the halving, heightening expectations for the remaining 10,000 blocks.

Since reaching the milestone, 2,703 additional blocks have been mined, leaving 7,297 blocks until the halving at press time. With an average block generation time of 10 minutes, the next Bitcoin halving is expected to occur on April 21, 2024.

The historical trend of the halving to spark price appreciation has ignited optimism among investors and industry analysts for an imminent bull market.

Bitcoin Halving: Will It Trigger the Next Bull Run? 

Once activated, the Bitcoin halving will see the current 6.25 BTC mining block reward cut to 3.125 BTC. This is expected to coincide with a market demand shock spurred by the recent approval and launch of Bitcoin ETFs.


Market analyst Rext Capital emphasized that the industry will likely experience a parabolic shift six months post-halving, drawing from past precedents set by the last three cycles. 

Rekt Capital’s theory was demonstrated during the last halving, when Bitcoin hit a new all-time high of $69,000 in November 2021, 18 months after the third halving date of May 11, 2020.

Despite the broader optimism, other market players have charted a less optimistic course for Bitcoin, predicting a likely imminent price slip.

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Grace Abidemi

Grace Abidemi, a cryptocurrency reporter at DailyCoin, covers industry developments and trends. She previously worked as a freelance writer. With a Bachelor's degree in German Language and certifications in marketing and storytelling, Grace creates engaging content. When not working, she's in Nigeria, mastering cooking and canvas painting, and enjoys learning about different cultures and languages.