As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin.

As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin. submitted by /u/wallyjo3
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