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Next week, the crypto industry will closely follow the Litecoin (LTC) halving, which takes place every four years. Experts are monitoring the potential outcomes with interest.

At the same time, investors are exploring Borroe and its prospects for 2023 as Cardano (ADA) continues to grow and develop.

Litecoin halving approaching

The Litecoin halving is scheduled for on or around August 2, 2023. It could impact LTC prices and the broader crypto ecosystem.

After halving, miner block rewards will drop from 12.5 to 6.25 LTC.

Historically, prices tend to rise before, during, and after halving. In 2023, LTC prices rose 37.3% in five days, driving the coin from $82.84 to $113.70 between June 28 and July 3, 2023.

Shortly after July 3, retail market participants and early bulls exited, forcing prices lower.

Experts expect higher prices following the halving unless significant macro events affect the crypto market.

Cardano building

IO Global, the experienced Cardano developers, has hinted at the release of Mithril’s mainnet.

Mithril addresses issues like chain synchronization, state bootstrapping, and trust problems by enhancing efficiency.

It also improves critical operations in the Cardano ecosystem through a stake-based threshold signature scheme.

However, ADA prices rose briefly after the XRP’s court ruling before cooling off to current levels.

Currently, ADA prices are stable above $0.30, a psychological support.

Borroe supporters bullish

Borroe is an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered funding marketplace.

Content creators, blockchain businesses, and web3 participants can generate instant cash by selling their future digital income at discounted prices on Borroe.

Borroe users can mint their future subscriptions, invoices, and royalties into non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and sell them for immediate fundraising.