Will the last bitcoin be yours?
The bitcoin protocol was designed in such a way that the block reward was fixed. According to the protocol, every 210,000 blocks it is automatically updated and so-called halving takes place to cut the block reward in half.
Initially, the reward for 1 block was 50 bitcoins. After the first halving in 2012, it was reduced to 25 BTC.
The second halving, which took place on July 9, 2016, resulted in a reduction in mining rewards to 12.5 BTC.
Since May 11, 2020 (when the last bitcoin halving happened), the block reward is 6.25 bitcoins.
If the protocol did not suggest halvings and the block reward remained fixed at 50 bitcoins per block, then the last bitcoin would have been mined by 2016.
Thus, the vast majority of coins would have been concentrated in the hands of the first few users, and bitcoin might never have become mainstream.
Thanks to the technology, everyone can mine bitcoin. The main thing is not to miss the moment and not wait for the hour when the bitcoin rate starts breaking through ATH again. Then it will be too late: the mining equipment will become extremely expensive again!
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