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October 2009: 1000 bitcoins equal 1 USD / January 2017: 1 bitcoin equals 1000 USD

October 2009: 1000 bitcoins equal 1 USD / January 2017: 1 bitcoin equals 1000 USD submitted by sdguy71 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is Bitcoin Money? Florida Decision Holding Bitcoin Is Not Money & Federal Courts in New York Generally Hold That Bitcoin Is Money. Conclusion? 1 Bitcoin equals 11,491.90 US Dollar or more

Is Bitcoin Money? Florida Decision Holding Bitcoin Is Not Money & Federal Courts in New York Generally Hold That Bitcoin Is Money. Conclusion? 1 Bitcoin equals 11,491.90 US Dollar or more submitted by kuosju to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The BitcoinMeister - Make today the day when 1 Bitcoin equals 1 Bitcoin!

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Is Bitcoin Money? Florida Decision Holding Bitcoin Is Not Money & Federal Courts in New York Generally Hold That Bitcoin Is Money. Conclusion? 1 Bitcoin equals 11,491.90 US Dollar or more

Is Bitcoin Money? Florida Decision Holding Bitcoin Is Not Money & Federal Courts in New York Generally Hold That Bitcoin Is Money. Conclusion? 1 Bitcoin equals 11,491.90 US Dollar or more submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How much dogecoin does 1 bitcoin equal?

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October 2009: 1000 bitcoins equal 1 USD / January 2017: 1 bitcoin equals 1000 USD

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The BitcoinMeister - Make today the day when 1 Bitcoin equals 1 Bitcoin!

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The BitcoinMeister - Make today the day when 1 Bitcoin equals 1 Bitcoin!

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Is 1 BTC equal to 1 curve SBTC LP token? If not the fees are $200 per 1 bitcoin to deposit?!

Currently 1 BTC gives you 0.99830000 BTC after the fees when you swap/deposit BTC at https://www.curve.fi/sbtc/deposit
but then when you proceed to deposit it says
"Amount to be received: 0.97991991 Curve sbtc LP tokens "
which is significanly less
Is that because 1 curve SBTC lp represents more than 1 BTC in the pool or what is going on here?
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In the last 100 days, the number of Bitcoins in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) has increased by more than 78000. These coins are locked for 6 months too.

I had made a similar thread 100 days ago.
The following is a simple table showing the number of bitcoins in the GBTC as seen on its page here on the given days.
Date Number of btc in GBTC
31 Dec 2017 170,000
31 Dec 2018 204,390
26 July 2019 239,513
26 Oct 2019 257798
7 Feb 2020 283,192
27 Apr 2020 312886
1 May 2020 323262
17 May 2020 (100 days ago) 343954
3 July 2020 386658
27 Aug 2020 (latest today) 422308
Number of bitcoins acquired in last ~100 days: 422308 - 343954= 78354
The rate of acquiring bitcoin in gbtc had accelerated after the start of April 2020, as you can see above in the table. At the rate of about 800 bitcoins per day that GBTC has bought every day for last 100 days, the GBTC is buying Bitcoins equal to about 85% ( 783/900) of all supply of newly minted Bitcoin.
And GBTC is just one of the many ETF's that people who don't want to fiddle with private keys etc, can use to acquire Bitcoin, albeit the largest one.
In this period, the MNC Microstrategy has bought a further 22k Bitcoin.
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In the last 100 days, the number of Bitcoins in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) has increased by more than 60000. These coins are locked for 6 months too.

I had made a similar thread 100 days ago.
The following is a simple table showing the number of bitcoins in the GBTC as seen on its page here on the given days.
Date Number of btc in GBTC
31 Dec 2017 170,000
31 Dec 2018 204,390
26 July 2019 239,513
26 Oct 2019 257798
7 Feb 2020 283,192
27 Apr 2020 312886
1 May 2020 323262
17 May 2020 (100 days ago) 343954
3 July 2020 386658
27 Aug 2020 (latest today) 422308
Number of bitcoins acquired in last ~100 days: 422308 - 343954= 78354
The rate of acquiring bitcoin in gbtc had accelerated after the start of April 2020, as you can see above in the table. At the rate of about 800 bitcoins per day that GBTC has bought every day for last 100 days, the GBTC is buying Bitcoins equal to about 85% ( 783/900) of all supply of newly minted Bitcoin.
And GBTC is just one of the many ETF's that people who don't want to fiddle with private keys etc, can use to acquire Bitcoin, albeit the largest one.
In this period, the MNC Microstrategy has bought a further 22k Bitcoin.
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Can’t move Bitcoin from Coinbase

Hey everyone, hope this post is allowed. Just need a little help cause I’m dumb. I’m trying to transfer my bitcoin from Coinbase to a friends wallet and it for some reason isn’t letting me. I bought it a few days ago and the app is allowing me to transfer an amount of bitcoin equal to the increase in price of the bitcoin since I purchased it (a whopping $5) but not the total amount. Anyone know what could be going on?
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Not sure about 1 million but I wait for bitcoin to reach $26.29k so you can understand that a monthly income of 1 cent per second equals 1 Bitcoin.

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Is 1 BTC equal to 1 curve SBTC LP token? If not the fees are $200 per 1 bitcoin to deposit?!

Currently 1 BTC gives you 0.99830000 BTC after the fees when you swap/deposit BTC at https://www.curve.fi/sbtc/deposit
but then when you proceed to deposit it says
"Amount to be received: 0.97991991 Curve sbtc LP tokens "
which is significanly less
Is that because 1 curve SBTC lp represents more than 1 BTC in the pool or what is going on here?
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Fidelity Digital Investments: Bitcoin As an Aspirational Store of Value System

Interesting thesis from Fidelity's Digital Assets research head where they examine the factors that make bitcoin appealing as a potential store of value. I've highlighted some of the key points but I suggest people read the entire report.
In this piece, we will focus on the view that Bitcoin is an aspirational store of value. We explore the inherent characteristics that position Bitcoin to fulfill this role in the future, consider whether it is being used in this way today, and discuss factors that may drive greater demand for such utility.
Bitcoin’s digital scarcity
A robust store of value asset retains purchasing power over long periods of time. An emerging store of value grows purchasing power until it stabilizes. The key characteristics that are cited in reference to good stores of value are scarcity, portability, durability and divisibility. The most important of these attributes is arguably scarcity, which is essential for protecting against the depreciation of real value in the long run. Scarcity means there is a limited quantity of the asset in question, more cannot be easily created, and it is impossible to counterfeit.
One of bitcoin’s most novel innovations is its unforgeable digital scarcity. Investors believe this property is foundational in understanding and appreciating bitcoin.
The bitcoin supply is perfectly inelastic and is not susceptible to supply shocks. Supply does not respond to changes in production capacity (i.e. greater hash power) in response to heightened demand driving prices higher. Even gold, which has been used as a store of value for millennia, is not immune to supply shocks. While the ability for increased production in response to an increase in demand is limited, gold is not perfectly inelastic.
Decentralized checks and balances
Bitcoin’s monetary policy was established when it was created. Its credibility is enforced in part by decentralization and proof-of-work mining. Bitcoin has a leaderless network of decentralized full nodes (computers running bitcoin software), in which every node stores the ledger of transactions and performs transaction verification independently, checking that rules are being followed. Because of this redundancy, there is no central point of failure. Full nodes that verify transactions are distinct from miners who expend energy to process transactions and mint bitcoin. Unlike mining, transaction verification does not require significant resources in the form of hardware or electricity. Thus, any computer can join the distributed network to store and verify bitcoin transactions. Today tens of thousands of nodes perform this function.
In addition to preventing transactions that don’t follow consensus rules, the level of decentralization that exists in the bitcoin network protects core properties such as the 21 million fixed supply by making it virtually impossible to change. No central party has sole discretion over bitcoin’s monetary policy. Rather, such a change would require significant social coordination among stakeholders (e.g. users, miners and those running full nodes). Most stakeholders believe bitcoin has value because of its digital scarcity, resulting in negligible support for such a change
DEMAND DRIVERS
Investors believe that the next wave of awareness and adoption could be driven by external factors such as unprecedented levels of intervention by central banks and governments, record low interest rates, increasing fiat money supply, deglobalization and the potential for ensuing inflation, all of which have been accelerated by the pandemic and economic shutdown. Longer-term tailwinds that could fuel adoption include the use of bitcoin to preserve wealth amidst “slow and steady” inflation and the looming generational wealth transfer to millennials, who view bitcoin more favorably than other demographics.
Current interest in bitcoin’s store of value properties
Tudor Investment Corporation’s decision to allocate to bitcoin in the Tudor BVI fund is evidence that unprecedented levels of monetary growth is driving institutional interest in bitcoin’s store of value properties. Paul Tudor Jones, founder and Chief Investment Officer, and Lorenzo Giorgianni, Head of Global Research articulated the rationale for investing in bitcoin in their May 2020 investor letter, “The Great Monetary Inflation.” The Tudor Investments team scored financial assets, fiat cash, gold and bitcoin based on four characteristics that define store of value assets – purchasing power, trustworthiness, liquidity, portability. Bitcoin’s score was 60% of the score of financial assets, but 1/1200th of the market cap of financial assets and it was 66% of the score of gold, but 1/60th of the market cap, concluding, “Something appears to be wrong here and my guess is that it’s the price of Bitcoin.” While many have expressed the same reasoning, this was seen as a watershed moment, given the thesis and investment was from a traditional hedge fund manage legendary macro investor (Paul Tudor Jones) and former Deputy Director of the Strategy, Policy and Review Department at the IMF (Lorenzo Giorgianni)ix.
Conclusion
Bitcoin’s inherent properties have given rise to the perspective that bitcoin has the potential to be a store of value, with complementary and interdependent components – the decentralized settlement network (Bitcoin) and its digitally scarce native asset (bitcoin). Equally important is the consideration of demand for bitcoin’s unique features – there is no long-term value to create or store if there is no sustained demand for these properties.
External forces that are accelerating interest and investment in bitcoin include unprecedented levels and exotic forms of monetary and fiscal stimulus globally with unknown consequences. This is exacerbating the concerns that Bitcoin was designed to address and is leading more investors and users towards bitcoin as an “insurance policy” that may provide protection against the unknown consequences. Simultaneously, the massive transfer of wealth from the older generation to a younger demographic is a more gradual but important long-term tailwind, as younger people view bitcoin more favorably. This is an important catalyst for bitcoin adoption as they inherit and grow their wealth. While bitcoin is not guaranteed to succeed as a store of value, should sustainable long-term demand for the use case not materialize, the tailwinds mentioned above should drive incremental demand for a novel asset with unique properties. Additionally, as we will examine in future parts in our bitcoin investment thesis series, Bitcoin’s strength is that it has properties that allow it to serve multiple functions, further hardening the likelihood of its success as measured by growth in value.
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Not sure about 1 million but I wait for bitcoin to reach $26.29k so you can understand that a monthly income of 1 cent per second equals 1 Bitcoin. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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In the last 100 days, the number of Bitcoins in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) has increased by more than 60000. These coins are locked for 6 months too.

I had made a similar thread 100 days ago.
The following is a simple table showing the number of bitcoins in the GBTC as seen on its page here on the given days.
Date Number of btc in GBTC
31 Dec 2017 170,000
31 Dec 2018 204,390
26 July 2019 239,513
26 Oct 2019 257798
7 Feb 2020 (100 days ago) 283,192
27 Apr 2020 312886
1 May 2020 323262
17 May 2020 (today) 343954
Number of bitcoins acquired in last 100 days: 343954-283192 =60762
The rate of acquiring bitcoin in gbtc has actually accelerated after April, as you can see above in the table. However, even at the rate of 600 bitcoins per day that GBTC has bought every day for last 100 days, the GBTC is buying Bitcoins equal to 2/3rd of all supply of newly minted Bitcoin.
For good measure, 60k bitcoins in last 100 days is about 33-34% of all newly minted bitcoins in that period, give or take.
And GBTC is just one of the many ETF's that people who don't want to fiddle with private keys etc, can use to acquire Bitcoin, albeit the largest one.
The demand is there. The supply is reduced. Lets see where we will be in 100 days. I am not going to mention price of Bitcoin 100 days ago, because I am not selling anything. DYOR. Make your own investment decisions. This is not investment advice.
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1 bitcoin is roughly equal to 1 very nice used car, what do you use as a mental benchmark for Bitcoin's price?

Once upon a time a bitcoin was equal to a 25¢ gumball. Then a Big Mac. Then it was equal to a gaming system, or a PC, and now it's equal to that of a really rather nice used car.
I'm looking forward to 1 bitcoin being worth 1 reasonably sized house, and beyond that I have trouble coming up with things to compare a bitcoin to. One of the nicer Lambos, perhaps? 🤔
Then there are the smaller amounts. 0.001 bitcoin is lunch, for example, and 0.0001 is a cup of coffee.
What do you use as mental approximations for bitcoin?
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In lebanon people using the bitcoin moon memes for the USD. Rate used to be 1507 now almost 1$=7000 LBP. At 10,000 LBP, and bitcoin at 10,000$ => 1satoshi will be equal to LBP!! Crazy...

In lebanon people using the bitcoin moon memes for the USD. Rate used to be 1507 now almost 1$=7000 LBP. At 10,000 LBP, and bitcoin at 10,000$ => 1satoshi will be equal to LBP!! Crazy... submitted by assaad33 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Placing more emphasis on Sats

I have seen a post with this same idea on this sub before, but I think we should keep having the conversation. Since there are only 21m Bitcoins in existence, if mainstream adoption takes place 99% of the global population will not be able to hold whole coins. Therefore, it would make more sense to focus commerce from the perspective of say 100,000 satoshi rather than 0.001 Bitcoin.
I have even seen someone propose that we flip the terminology so that 100,000,000 “bitcoins” equal a whole “satoshi”.
Would this kind of approach make the protocol more palatable to a larger audience?
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Cryptocurrency story, part 3

Cryptocurrency story, part 3
So, we will continue our story about the history of digital currencies.
- The growing popularity of bitcoin began to attract cybercriminals, and on August 6, 2010, a flaw was discovered in the system, through which unknown persons created a lump sum of 184 billion bitcoins and sent them to two accounts. The fraudulent transaction was discovered several hours later, the problem was fixed, the transaction record was removed from the blockchain and the system was moved to a new protocol. At the moment, this is the only vulnerability of the blockchain itself that has been exploited.
- On November 27, 2010, the first mining pool was created — Bitcoin Pooled Mining (also known as Slush’s Pool). Within the framework of the pool, users combine the resources of their devices to improve the efficiency of mining, in the future, coins are distributed among the participants according to the resource contribution made.
- December 2010 brought the news that mobile phone transaction software had been developed. In the same month, the first bitcoin transfer was carried out using a Nokia N900 phone.
- On February 9, 2011, Bitcoin equaled the dollar for the first time.
- On April 23, 2011, bitcoin caught up with the euro and the pound sterling.
- In May 2013, the first bitcoin ATM opened in San Diego, California. In April, the first Bitcoin alternative also appeared — NameCoin.
In general, by using the open and publicly available program code of the Blockchain network, and by changing some parameters it is possible to release your own cryptocurrency. Later on, all other cryptocurrencies, based on the Blockchain network’s source code, began to be referred to as Altcoins (from English — alternative coins).
Altcoins differed in a number of ways: transaction processing speed, method of distributing coins between participants, hashing algorithm, mining algorithm, and others.
Today, there are over two thousand Altcoins. Unfortunately, most of them are launched only to enrich their creators and do not have long life cycles.

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