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Bitcoin (BTC) Ranked 1 in Coin Market Daddy Currencies Index. Bitcoin (BTC) price is $10,639.21. It has a current circulating supply of 17,825,300 BTC and a Marketcap of $189.65B. Today Bitcoin price is down (-0.13%). $9.8B worth of Bitcoin (BTC) has been traded in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin (BTC) currency type is coin (mineable). BTC trading is available in number of exchanges. Exchanges information is updated automatically. Stay tuned to check updated information. If you find any error on this page, please Contact Us to update Bitcoin (BTC) and contribute to CMD Cryptocurrency Encyclopedia.
Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Although other cryptocurrencies have come before, Bitcoin is the first decentralized cryptocurrency - Its reputation has spawned copies and evolution in the space.
With the largest variety of markets and the biggest value - having reached a peak of 18 billion USD - Bitcoin is here to stay. As with any new invention, there can be improvements or flaws in the initial model however the community and a team of dedicated developers are pushing to overcome any obstacle they come across. It is also the most traded cryptocurrency and one of the main entry points for all the other cryptocurrencies. The price is as unstable as always and it can go up or down by 10%-20% in a single day.
Bitcoin is an SHA-256 POW coin with 21,000,000 total minable coins. The block time is 10 minutes. See below for a full range of Bitcoin markets where you can trade US Dollars for Bitcoin, crypto to Bitcoin and many other fiat currencies too.
Financial Services Hearing - Rep. Patrick McHenry's opening remarks: "The world that Satoshi Nakamoto..envisioned, and others are building, is an unstoppable force. We should not attempt to deter this innovation, and governments cannot stop this innovation, and those that have tried already failed."