Bitcoin Halving or sometimes also known as the Halvening, refers to the reduction of block reward to miners by half. This is part of its built-in monetary policy, in which after every approximately 4 years, the mining reward will be halved towards the limited capped supply of 21 million Bitcoin. Once 21 million of Bitcoin have been minted, there will no longer be new supply of it rewarded to miners, and miners are expected to earn revenue by way of transaction fees. In order to follow the real time of when the halving will take place, you can bookmark the CoinGecko's bitcoin halving page. The trading volume of Bitcoin (BTC) is $25,557,087,569.51 in the last 24 hours, representing a 39.60% increase from one day ago and signalling a recent rise in market activity. The highest price paid for Bitcoin (BTC) is $69,044.77 , which was recorded on Nov 10, 2021 (about 2 years). Comparatively, the current price is -44.80% lower than the all-time high price. The lowest price paid for Bitcoin (BTC) is $67.81 , which was recorded on Jul 06, 2013 (over 10 years). Comparatively, the current price is 56,055.80% higher than the all-time low price. Market capitalization of Bitcoin (BTC) is $745,169,169,039 and is ranked #1 on CoinGecko today. Market cap is measured by multiplying token price with the circulating supply of BTC tokens (20 Million tokens are tradable on the market today). The fully diluted valuation (FDV) of Bitcoin (BTC) is $800,184,726,810 . This is a statistical representation of the maximum market cap, assuming the maximum number of 21 Million BTC tokens are in circulation today. Depending on how the emission schedule of BTC tokens are designed, it might take multiple years before FDV is realized. The community is bullish as more than 84% of users are feeling good about Bitcoin (BTC) today.