Analyst: Bitcoin inflation will be lower than most central banks after halving, and its price will easily rise to $ 200,000 in two years

According to Beincrypto, Bitcoin's current inflation rate is about 3.6%. However, this number will be halved after Bitcoin halved, with major consequences. Miners' income will be half of what it is now, so inflation will fall to 1.8%. In contrast, most central banks have an inflation target of 2%. Cryptocurrency analyst The Moon recently pointed this out on Twitter and caused widespread concern. "Bitcoin's inflation rate is currently 3.6% and will be 1.8% after halving. This is lower than the 2% inflation target adopted by most central banks. This is actually a (impact) huge! The price of BTC is very high in two years It's easy to go up to $ 200,000! "