Top 3 Cryptocurrencies That Could Surge After Bitcoin’s Halving

Paigambar Mohan Raj
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Bitcoin (BTC) will undergo its fourth halving cycle in April of this year. The event will reduce rewards for miners by 50%, bringing it to 3.125 BTC. Many analysts anticipate a cryptocurrency market bull run due to BTC’s upcoming halving event and the SEC’s (Securities and Exchange Commission) recent approval of 11 spot BTC ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds).

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If we enter a BTC-fuelled bull run, we may see other significant cryptocurrencies following BTC’s steps. The larger crypto market often mirrors BTC’s movements, as had happened in the 2021 bull run.

Top 3 cryptocurrencies that could surge after Bitcoin’s halving

Ethereum (ETH):

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Ethereum (ETH) is the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap, bested only by Bitcoin (BTC). If BTC begins to rally, there is a high likelihood that ETH will follow. During the previous bull run, both assets reached all-time highs on the same day, Nov. 10, 2021.

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Although ETH’s price struggled to gain momentum in 2023, there is a high chance it could surge after BTC’s halving, given we enter a bull run.

Solana (SOL):

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Solana (SOL) was among the best-performing cryptocurrencies of 2023. Last year, SOL’s movements mirrored BTC’s but had growth of many percent more. While BTC is up by around 87% since January last year, SOL is up by over 300%.

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If BTC begins to rally, SOL may follow suit. Moreover, SOL also had its all-time high just before BTC and ETH did, on Nov. 6, 2021.


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XRP is one of the few cryptocurrencies that did not hit an all-time high during the 2021bull run. The lack of movement for XRP was likely due to the legal lawsuit between the SEC and Ripple. However, there is a chance that XRP could surge during the next bull run if Ripple receives a favorable verdict in the suit, which is now in the high court. Last year, a US district court partially ruled in favor of Ripple, stating that selling XRP to retail clients did not breach securities laws. If the high court takes a similar stance, XRP may rise to new highs in the next bull run.