Only 10% of Bitcoin supply left to mine By Cointelegraph

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Total circulating (BTC) hit a big milestone on Monday morning, a year and a half after Bitcoin’s last halving, as 90% of the maximum total supply was mined.

Current data from Blockchain.com shows Bitcoin in circulation reached 18.899 million on Monday, meaning there is only 10% of the total supply left to mine. While it took around 12 years to mine the first 90% of BTC, the rest will take a little longer.

Circulating supply of Bitcoin. Source: Blockchain.com

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