50 BTCs, which were extracted a month after the first cryptovoltaic blockage was launched, went into operation 11 years later. At that time, only a few people were involved in minting, including the creator of the main digital coin.
Today, May 20, there was a transaction for 50 BTC, which were mined in February 2009. At that time, the blockage coin was about a month old. At that time, only a few people were involved in its mining, including Hal Finney (died August 28, 2014), known as the first recipient of the crypt currency, and its creator, Satoshi Nakamoto.
The translation came from a wallet that was released on Block 3654. Prior to it, only 41 blocks contained transactions, while the remaining 3613 remained empty. From the moment the BTC network was launched until this address appeared, 97 transfers were made, excluding transactions with reward for the block.
Halving took place on May 11th on block 630 000 in Bitcoin network. The award for the block was halved, to 6.25 BTC. The last block to the halving received a pool of f2pool. In the transaction with which Miner receives the reward, he included a message with the headline of the newspaper NYTimes on April 9, 2020 that the U.S. Federal Reserve has allocated $2.3 trillion to support the economy. This is a reference to a message Satoshi Nakamoto left in the genesis block of Bitcoin: “The Times January 3, 2009. The Chancellor stands on the edge for the second bank bailout”.