If this happens, the miner receives the full Block Reward. If current Block Reward is 6.25 Bitcoins, then miner will receive 6.25 Bitcoin. After the Block Halving event, which is expected to take place in 2024, Block rewards will be reduced by 50% to 3.125 Bitcoins per Block.

Apr 27, 2020 Block (Bitcoin Block) Definition Jun 30, 2020 #1 Bitcoin Halving 2024 Countdown & Date ETA (BTC Clock) The current Bitcoin block subsidy is 6.25 bitcoins per block. When block 840,000 is hit in 2024, the subsidy will drop to 3.125 bitcoins (BTC) per block. Bitcoin Halving Parties. Thousands of Bitcoiners across the world celebrated the 2016 halving. Bitcoin Could See A Major Boost Thanks To ‘Halving’ Event May 11, 2020

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For reference, the 2024 bitcoin halving date (in May/June) will be whenever the blockchain reaches a block height number of 840,000, effectively lowering the block rewards generation from 6.25 BTC down to 3.125 BTC per 10 minute increment. Only 21 million Bitcoins will ever be created, and the rate of creation dramatically decreases over time. For the first four years (2008–12), the rate of creation was 50 Bitcoins every 10 minutes, with the number halving about every four years. The rate of issuance in late 2013 (25 per block) is expected to be halved again in November 2016. Colin's calculation has a mistake in that it doesn't account for partial Bitcoins not being paid out in block rewards. It rounds down the reward per day, but should round each block reward down to the satoshi. The first period changed by this correction is Halving 10.

The block reward dropped from 50 bitcoins per block to 25 per block. The price later climbed to $260 per BTC in April 2013, followed by $1,163 per BTC in November 2013. It is unclear, however, whether these price rises were directly related to the block reward halving.

Since a new block is added every 10 minutes to the blockchain, and each block as of now produces 12.5 BTC, therefore, everyday 1800 Bitcoins are being minted or mined. The calculation of per day mining is pretty simple. When Bitcoin first started, 50 Bitcoins per block were given as a reward to miners. After every 210,000 blocks are mined (approximately every 4 years), the block reward halves and will keep on halving until the block reward per block becomes 0 (approximately by year 2140). Assuming that one bitcoin is worth $400, the reward of 25 bitcoins per block is worth around $10,000, ignoring negligible amount of transaction fees. Taking average number of transactions per second as 2, and the number of transactions per block as 1200, the reward per transaction works out to $8.33.