Cryptos:

105

Exchanges:

10

Wallets:

108

Marketcap:

$2,377,122,199,442

Volume 24h:

$36,372,194,796

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Bitcoin

BTC

$67,973

#1

Coin
Overview
Exchanges
Markets
Wallets

$67,973

Price

1

Rank

$1,339,046,441,969

Marketcap

$6,149,488,037

Volume

$69,418

High

$67,338

Low

N/A

Open

N/A

Close

1H

1.31

%

1D

2.05

%

1W

10.25

%

1M

5.54

%

2M

7.83

%

3M

36.12

%

6M

81.18

%

1Y

150.39

%

Change 24h

$67,338

$69,418

Low

24H

High

Circulating Supply

19,699,693

21,000,000

N/A

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About Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that allows for peer-to-peer transactions without intermediaries. This means you can send and receive Bitcoins directly from one person to another without needing a bank or financial institution to facilitate the transaction. This is possible because Bitcoin transactions are recorded on the blockchain's decentralized public ledger.

The blockchain is maintained by a network of computers worldwide, known as nodes. These nodes work together to validate and record transactions on the blockchain and to ensure that the same Bitcoin is not spent twice. The process of validating transactions and adding them to the blockchain is called mining, and it is performed by a network of specialized computers called miners.

Miners are rewarded with newly created Bitcoins for verifying transactions and adding them to the blockchain. This reward system is how new Bitcoins are brought into circulation. The total number of Bitcoins that will ever be created is limited to 21 million.

One of the key features of Bitcoin is its pseudonymity. Transactions on the blockchain can be traced, but the identities of the parties involved in those transactions are not revealed. This has led to Bitcoin being used for illegal activities, such as purchasing drugs and other illegal goods on the dark web. However, it is also used for legal activities such as online shopping, trading, and investments.

Bitcoin was first introduced in 2009 by an individual or group using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto remains unknown, and it is one of the biggest mysteries in the world of Crypto, many theories and speculation circulating, but none are confirmed. The individual or group is estimated to have mined around 1 million Bitcoins in the early days of the cryptocurrency. The 1 million BItcoins have to this date, never been moved or used In any way.

Since its introduction, Bitcoin has been the subject of much debate and discussion in the financial world. Some see it as the future of money and revolutionary technology, while others see it as a speculative bubble and a risky investment. Despite the ongoing debate, the use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been growing steadily, with more merchants and businesses starting to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment.

It is also worth noting that while Bitcoin is the most well-known and established cryptocurrency, thousands of other cryptocurrencies have been created in recent years, known as altcoins. Some of these altcoins, such as Ethereum and Litecoin, have also gained significant popularity and market capitalization.

Tags

Proof of Work
SHA256
Mining
Medium Of Exchange
Payments
Finance
Fintech
Decentralized
Store Of Value
Scarcity
Pseudonymity
Layer 1
Marketcap

N/A

Max Supply

21,000,000

Circulating Supply

19,699,693

Left in Circulation

1,300,307

Total Supply

N/A

Birthday
Age

15 Years

Decimals

8

Wallets

73

News

1,936

Exchanges

10

Pairs

96

Tickers

306

Base

7

Quote

89

All Time High

$73,637

Date Of ATH

Mar 13 2024

Days Since ATH

76

All Time Low

$67.95

Date for ATL

Jul 06 2013

Days Since ATL

3979