According to AMBCrypto, Blockware Solutions CEO Matt D'souza said in a recent podcast show that highly efficient miners welcome a halving. The increase in the difficulty of bitcoin has caused most small miners to shut down, so competition is reduced, and the miners who stick to it are more likely to "win". He also pointed out that Bitcoin mining is a "self-correcting" mechanism. "In the Bitcoin network, everything is controlled by code, even including monetary policy. When people (miners) become inefficient, they will (in During the halving period) the shutdown will adjust the difficulty, and the rewards originally belonged to these miners will be distributed to those who persist, they will get more bitcoins and can guarantee network security. "