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Bitcoin halving is a predetermined event that occurs roughly every four years and reduces the number of new bitcoins created and released into circulation by 50%. This event is programmed into Bitcoin’s code and is an essential part of the cryptocurrency’s design. The purpose of the halving is to control the supply of bitcoins and prevent inflation, as the total number of bitcoins that can ever be created is limited to 21 million. Each halving brings the number of new Bitcoins released with each block reward closer to the total cap, making it increasingly difficult and expensive to create new coins. This event is widely anticipated by the Bitcoin community as it can have a significant impact on the price of Bitcoin.