So we can’t change anything about it. Halving is carried out every approximately 4 years. The so-called Cryptocurrencies block halving is, therefore, the moment that the reward for a block is halved again. The same goes true for the IOTA Kurs now.
Consequences for the miners and the price
For the miners, this means that their rewards for making a block will decrease and, of course, they are not happy with the basics. Verifying transactions and making a block in the blockchain takes a lot of time and energy and also entails costs for equipment, insurance and personnel. Now it is not necessarily the case that miners have a problem when the halving takes place, because if the price of one Cryptocurrency increases, this can compensate for the smaller number of coins. Why should the price rise? Because the sales pressure is decreasing. The many miners receive fewer Cryptocurrencies, which means that fewer Cryptocurrencies immediately enter the market to be sold. Is the supply therefore decreasing and does the demand remain the same or does it increase? Then the price of Cryptocurrencies will rise.
In addition, for a transaction on the Cryptocurrencies blockchain transaction costs are charged with which the work of the miners can be