October 19, 2019 is an important date for bitcoin, when the royal coin officially overstepped the issue of 18 million, respectively, about 3 million coins remained to be obtained. Given the halving on May 14, 2020, mining the remaining BTC will take more than a hundred years.
“ Bitcoin block number 600,000 has just been mined, and now there are 18 million Bitcoins (BTC) in circulation. It will take approximately 2.5 years to achieve an emission of 19 million, another 4 years will be required to reach 20 million.
After that, it will take more than 100 years to reach the limit of 21 million, ” Crypto Bull tweeted.
Bitcoin block # 600,000 was just mined and there are now 18,000,000 bitcoins in circulation.
It will take approx 2.5 years to reach 19,000,000 and another 4 years to reach 20,000,000.
After that it's going to take more than 100 years to reach the 21,000,000 limit. pic.twitter.com/fGjNX2YqJx
– Crypto₿ull (@CryptoBull) October 19, 2019
“Currently, 18 million bitcoins have been mined, only 3 million left for 7 billion people around the world ,” added Bitcoin enthusiast Michel Kansu.
Today 18 million Bitcoin has been mined and there are only # 3MillionLeft to mine in total for 7 Billion people around the world.
Do the math 😉 pic.twitter.com/rb6HXHM0lH
– Michel Kansou 🇱🇧🇫🇷 (@MichelKansou) October 19, 2019
“18 million bitcoins were mined in 10 years of excellent work. Only 3 million left.
Free from censorship, fair, transparent, decentralized, independent, limited, democratic, future and the first digital store of values – the younger brother of gold, ” Mark Friedrich joined in with other comments.
#Bitcoin ! 18 million bitcoins are mined with 600,000 blocks in more than 10 years solid work. Only 3 millions to go. Censor free, fair, transparent, decentral, independent, limited, democratic, the future and the first digital store of value – the younger brother of #gold
– marc friedrich (@ marcfriedrich7) October 19, 2019
Publication date 10/20/2019
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