Fair market value of bitcoin: halving effect

  title={Fair market value of bitcoin: halving effect},
  author={Artur Meynkhard},
  journal={Investment management \& financial innovations},
  • Artur Meynkhard
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Investment management & financial innovations
The purpose of this article is to analyze the effect that halving has on the fair market value of bitcoins. The main hypothesis of the study is that the decline in the cost of miners’ remuneration for mining is a significant factor that affects the price of cryptocurrencies. The article examines the factors that regulate the issuing process. The significance of a limited supply of bitcoin is detailed in the article, as well as the mechanism for the implementation of the issue of new bitcoins… Expand

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