London – Since its existence, the crypto-currency Bitcoin has fired the imagination of investors who are not interested in conventional forms of investment. Like other financial investments and speculative objects, Bitcoin is also subject to strong price fluctuations. In fact, these fluctuations are more the rule than the exception with digital currencies. These fluctuations were particularly severe in 2017 and 2018, when Bitcoin first rose massively and reached its record high of $20,000, only to plummet in a very short time. In the ups and downs of Bitcoin, the halving always plays a decisive role from the investors' perspective.