4 Kryptowährungen werden sich 2021 halbieren

We have selected four cryptocurrencies whose prices may increase in 2021 due to halving.

Halving is a process that halves the amount of tokens generated during mining. This leads to an increase in asset prices.

Despite the fact that this did not work immediately on Bitcoin, nobody canceled the principle of correlation between supply and demand. As the number of free tokens in circulation decreases, the demand for them and the price increase.

Verge (XGV)

In the Verge blockchain, halving is scheduled for January 25 which will take place on block 4.7 million. Now the award for mining is 200 XVG. Each new block is added to the blockchain after 30 seconds. After 02/25/2021, the current miner reward will be reduced to 100 XVG.

XVG's value climbed to its highest of $0.30 back in December 2017 and then plummeted to $0.001 by 2020. From November to the present day, the coin has risen in value by 219%.

Tomochain (TOMO)

Tomochain halving will take place on February 7, after which the number of TOMOs will be reduced from 2 million to 1 million. A block is mined on the blockchain every two seconds. Every 900 blocks, miners receive 250 coins. In early February, this figure will drop to 125 coins.

Tomochain mining is carried out using the Proof-of-Stake mechanism. The halving of the coin will be the second and last in the history of cryptocurrency. After that, the amount of TOMO mining reward will remain unchanged until the number of coins reaches 100 million.

Vertcoin (VTC)

The halving of this cryptocurrency is scheduled for December 8th. The number of coins will be reduced from 25 to 12.5 coins per block. As a reminder, Vertcoin forked Litecoin in 2014 to counter ASIC miners.

Ravencoin (RVN)

Halving will take place within 12 months. The number of coins awarded to miners will not be 5000, but 2500 RVN per block. Remember that this project is supported by Overstock.

The all-time high of the cryptocurrency was reached in June 2019 and amounted to $0.08. Today, the coin is trading at $0.016, which is 48% higher than the recent lows in November 2020.