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Bitcoin halving happened. Now what?

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Now that the Bitcoin halving event is over, investors are keen to know how this will impact the cryptocurrency’s price and dynamics in the coming months.


Written by: Angeline Ong | Financial Analyst, Presenter and Content Editor, London
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ByteTree CIO Charlie Morris speaks to IGTV’s Angeline Ong to explain why this event was the ‘great anti-climax’ in the crypto world, and why this event perhaps presents a long awaited entry point for those wanting to gain exposure to Bitcoin.

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Impact of the Bitcoin halving event

In this exclusive IGTV interview, Angeline Ong and ByteTree CIO Charles Morris analyse the Bitcoin halving, emphasising its reduced supply effect and potential for price increases due to decreased miner selling pressure. Morris suggests the halving's aftermath offers a promising entry point for investors, citing historical post-halving strengths.

Bitcoin's correlation with tech stocks

He also discusses Bitcoin's correlation with tech stocks, regulatory perspectives, and its inevitability as a sustainable asset class, akin to "the gold of the Internet." Morris concludes by highlighting Bitcoin's necessity for fast, round-the-clock financial systems, contrasting traditional banking.



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