An investor who purchased $100 of Bitcoin in September 2016 when Bitcoin was selling for $572 would be sitting on $850 with today’s $5,000 price point.
A Satoshi is Bitcoin’s smallest, indivisible part. In other words, a Satoshi in Bitcoin is like one cent for a dollar — with the only difference being that BTC consists not of one hundred units but of one hundred million Satoshi units. Satoshi got its name from the creator of BTC, Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin has changed its price dramatically over the last few years. When it went over $8,000, not everyone could afford to buy a whole Bitcoin, so that’s when Satoshi became popular. Logically, Satoshi and BTC change their price equally. On cryptocurrency exchanges, Satoshi to USD and other fiat currencies rates can be found. To count the equivalence of fiat currencies in Satoshi and vice versa, it is possible to use a special Satoshi calculator. Satoshi mining is the same process as Bitcoin mining.
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