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Bitcoin's next halving, set for around April 20, will cut miners' validating transactions to 450 from 900 now, costing the industry ~$10B in annual revenue (David Pan/Bloomberg)

Bitcoin's next halving, set for around April 20, will cut miners' validating transactions to 450 from 900 now, costing the industry ~$10B in annual revenue (David Pan/Bloomberg)


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Bitcoin's next halving, set for around April 20, will reduce the number of transactions that miners have to validate to 450 from the current 900, costing the industry ~$10B in annual revenue. .—- Cryptocurrency update to cut new supply in late April — Competition for favorable electricity rates rising from AI firms

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