In a crypto currency such as the Bitcoin, each time a new block is validated, a production of a certain number of bitcoins results. The translation of the English word “Halving” means halving. The protocol states that approximately every 4 years a “halving” takes place on the Bitcoin Blockchain. The number of bitcoins generated during the validation of a new block is then halved. The consequence is that this asset becomes scarce, which is one of the main characteristics that gives it value. This mechanism determines the final limit of 21 million Bitcoins that can be reached. So far, the Bitcoin network has witnessed 3 “Halvings”: the first one in November 2012, the second one in July 2016 and the third and last one in May 2020.