Getting your first Bitcoin and managing your own assets might seem very daunting, but the world of cryptocurrencies has come a long way since its inception. It’s actually never been easier to get involved, and you certainly don’t need to be an expert to own Bitcoin!
Also referred to as halvening, to understand what the Bitcoin Halving means, you must first gain a firm grasp of Bitcoin’s infrastructure. As the term blockchain itself infers, Bitcoin is composed of data blocks that are cryptographically chained across network nodes. Each of these nodes, which is a network-enabled computer, contains the entirety of blockchain’s history of transactions. Currently, there are about 50,000 Bitcoin nodes.