Today, crypt analyst Alex Krüger tweeted that with regard to halving bitcoin, it is widely believed that this could drive price increases. But when examining a broader range of asset classes, the lack of evidence to support this claim suggests that bull markets are also likely to be the result of other factors. I wouldn't be surprised if this is the least popular analysis in the field of encryption. After all, how can someone dare to debunk the idea of halving bullishness? Bundling bitcoin with junk coins is a heresy. Of course, supply and demand dynamics cannot be similar. My point is that halving bitcoin may become a bullish catalyst, but it may not be the case.