The crypto market has had a difficult time in 2018.
It’s been tough to make money, and investors are keeping their heads down, waiting on the sidelines to see which way the wind blows next.
If you are looking for a change in fortune, then you may want to keep an eye on what could be one of the major catalysts behind Bitcoin’s price rise later this year – the halving of supply at the end of May 2020.
Will Bitcoin go up again in 2022?
- It's been a tough few months for Bitcoin.
- The leading cryptocurrency by market capitalization has shed over 60% of its value since peaking at nearly $20,000 in December.
- But all hope is not lost.
- In fact, there are several reasons to believe that Bitcoin will make strong.