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Complete noob. What is 1 bitcoin worth in USD?

Not Sure if this is a stupid question or not. But Im only familiar with bitcoins an hour. I have 150.00 bitcoins in my changetip account. But I've no idea how rich or poor I am.
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So a Whale (A huge Bitcoin holder) transferred 1,900 BTC worth 17,234,421 USD from its wallet to Okex and then some 3 hours later re-acquired 1,901 BTC worth 16,904,758 USD for a total gain of 329,663 USD. Is that what just happened?

...Please tell me I am right.
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Asteroid in deep space is estimated to have $1 quintillion worth of precious metals. This is good for bitcoin. Yes, that is literally what butter concludes

Asteroid in deep space is estimated to have $1 quintillion worth of precious metals. This is good for bitcoin. Yes, that is literally what butter concludes submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

What does the world look like if/when 1 Bitcoin is worth $100K? $1Million?

I'm wondering what we expect the world to look like if/when 1 Bitcoin is worth $100K, and later $1Million. I understand there's no guarantee, but hypothetically:
Will global financial markets have crumbled? Is the world some post-Apocalyptic wasteland? What will the value of the USD be if Bitcoin is worth that much? What's the driving force or condition that ultimately propels the value that high?
I know - a lot of questions, but I'm curious what other people think.
And just some disclaimers: I HODL, I believe in the tech, I believe in the philosophy of cryptocurrency, and I'm in the US.
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It’s 2028 and 1 Bitcoin is worth 1 million US dollars. If a luxury home was worth 1 million US dollars back in 2019, what would you estimate that this same luxury home is worth in USD and in BTC now? Does hyperbitcoinization require hyperinflation of government currencies and real estate?

It’s 2028 and 1 Bitcoin is worth 1 million US dollars. If a luxury home was worth 1 million US dollars back in 2019, what would you estimate that this same luxury home is worth in USD and in BTC now? Does hyperbitcoinization require hyperinflation of government currencies and real estate? submitted by Sandiegosurf1 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Calculating Bitcoin profit

Hello, I was having trouble understanding how to calculate bitcoin profit/loss. Can someone help a dummy like me?
I own about 308$ of bitcoin right now (.03556581 BTC)
I originally bought it for 500$ in the past.
Anyway if my 308$ worth of bitcoin when bitcoing is at $8627.29, what is my bitcoin worth if it went up to let's say somehow a million!
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How Much Is 1 Bitcoin Worth? What Is One BTC Worth?

How Much Is 1 Bitcoin Worth? What Is One BTC Worth? submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

How Much Is 1 Bitcoin Worth? What Is One BTC Worth?

How Much Is 1 Bitcoin Worth? What Is One BTC Worth? submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

What does this stress test tell us about Bitcoin fungibility? coinwallet.eu gave away bitcoin in tiny slices of .0001. Is 1 BTC with 100,000,000 inputs worth (a lot) less than a BTC with 1 input?

edit5: arsenische answered this which takes away a large part of my worry. This part just slipped my mind. Brain cramp. For some reason I failed to think through the part where inputs are collected into a single output. Thanks so much for the input guys, most enlightening
arsenische said - If you send it in 1 transaction to a certain bitcoin address, this transaction will have just 1 output. It will cost a minimal fee for the recipient to spend it.
I am not ceding the fact that some parts of my concerns are indeed valid, just not as pressing.
This "stress test" has made me realize one thing.
The balance in your Bitcoin Core wallet is lying.
I imported all the keys given away by coinwallet.eu.
Balance is 0.156
Cannot spend it due to the "number of inputs" that make up this 0.156 being "too large"
The whole idea of "inputs" needs to be abstracted away so a user never has to understand what it is.
In addition, fees should not reflect number of inputs.
I understand why fees reflect inputs, I am saying it shouldn't. I am not saying its an easy problem to solve, I am saying that, in the future, this needs to be fixed.
edit: fungibility of a currency describes the characteristic that 1 US Dollar (for example) is worth exactly as much as any other US dollar. In Bitcoin, this stress test, in my opinion, did not stress the load of the Bitcoin payment system as much as it brought this issue of fungibility to the forefront.
Bitcoin with many inputs is worth less than bitcoin with less. Also, since all Bitcoin transactions are traceable, Bitcoin coming from any known source is worth less than Bitcoin coming from less widely known sources.
All reflect flaws in one characteristic that a good money requires: fungibility.
edit2: tldr: We need to update the system to incentivize miners to collect as many transactions as possible with rewards, while still allowing for miniscule fees for a transaction regardless of number of inputs.
edit3:I don't know how
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32 trillion dollar is hidden in offshore accounts, and governments are increasingly clamping down on this practice. What happens if 1% of that money is stored in Bitcoin instead? Your bitcoin are now worth 15.000 each.

32 trillion dollar is hidden in offshore accounts, and governments are increasingly clamping down on this practice. What happens if 1% of that money is stored in Bitcoin instead? Your bitcoin are now worth 15.000 each. submitted by accountt1234 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What if you had all the benefits of Bitcoin with the **price stability** of gold? It now exists and it’s called bitGOLD. Skeptical? I'll give you $1 worth of gold which at current Kitco spot rate is 0.000827 oz. Come make history with us!

Hello /CryptoCurrency,
I’m here to explain what bitGOLD is and why you should pay attention to it.
BitGOLD is exactly like Bitcoin (you hold the private keys) only it’s pegged to the value of real gold. 1 ounce of bitGOLD will always equal the value of 1 ounce of real gold. That means if real gold goes up in value, so does bitGOLD (and vice versa). Think of it as a cryptographic derivative pegged to the value of a real world asset. There is also bitUSD, bitEUR and bitBTC (theoretically any real world asset can be used in this way, even silver, oil and McDonalds big macs - as long as it has a price and is quantifiable).
The main issue with Bitcoin in terms of mainstream adoption has always been its volatility. It goes up and down in value so much it’s impossible to use as a currency. The ideal solution would be to have the best of both worlds: a crypto that you hold the private keys to but is also pegged to the value of either precious metals like gold or a fiat currency like USD.
PLEASE DO NOT DISMISS THIS IDEA JUST BECAUSE YOU MAY CURRENTLY HOLD BITCOIN
For the remainder of this day I will be handing out $1 worth of bitGOLD to all interested redditors (no sock puppets please, I'll know).
This is what you need to do:
STEP #1: Click here to download the Bitshares client.
STEP #2: Locate your public key here and copy and paste it as a reply to >this thread.
When you do this I will reply with further instructions.
Please keep in mind the BitShares software is still in BETA so bear with these complicated steps. They will be phased out very soon.
I truly believe this is the next step in the future of peer-to-peer money and would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. I understand many of you will be (rightfully) skeptical of this new technology. I am prepared to answer any question, no matter how hard you think it is.
For more technical details on how market pegged assets work, please go to wiki.bitshares.org (an official whitepaper is coming soon).
If you are a member of the press please contact [email protected] for direct communication with our marketing division.
Here’s the technical TL;DR for those interested: (this uses bitUSD as an example, not bitGOLD)
BitShares is an experiment to test the economic theory behind a new kind of prediction market. This experiment creates a decentralized bank and exchange that uses a decentralized transaction ledger secured by DPOS to create fungible digital assets that are market-pegged to the value of anything from dollars, to gold, to gallons of gasoline. BitShares has shares that can be transferred between users in the same way as Bitcoin. What makes BitShares special is that it also implements a business model similar to existing banks or brokerages.
BitShares can create BitUSD by lending it into existence backed by collateral in the same way that the banking system lends dollars into existence today. Whereas your bank uses your house as collateral, BitShares uses BTS as collateral. Short orders are forced to cover when 66% of their collateral is required to cover, leaving the short with 33% of the collateral minus a 5% fee.
The reason someone borrows BitUSD is for the purpose of executing a short sell of BitUSD relative to BTS. This works in the same manner as shorting a stock. First, you borrow the stock, then you sell it at todays high prices. If all goes well then you can buy it back tomorrow for less than you paid today, pay off your loan, and keep the profit. However, if things go against you then you will have to pay more to buy back the stock than you sold it for in the first place and thus take a loss.
BitUSD is created when two people taking opposite positions can agree to a price and the only price at which two people will agree is the current market price of USD in BTS otherwise one individual will start out losing money. The mechanics of the market peg are very similar to the mechanics of a prediction market. Once the market has reached a consensus that BitUSD should be valued the same as a real US Dollar no one will be able to trade against that consensus without losing money. Thus the value of BitUSD today is based upon the prediction of what market participants will value BitUSD at in the future. There is only one rational way to speculate, that the consensus will hold, and that creates a self-enforcing market peg. With BitShares all short positions (those borrowing BitUSD) must start out with enough BTS as collateral to purchase 2x the USD borrowed. Margin calls are executed when the value of the collateral falls to 1.5x the amount borrowed. This gives the market ample opportunity to cover the short position and pay off the loan before there is insufficient collateral. In the event that the market is forced to execute a margin call, a 5% fee will be assessed. This should encourage participants to be pro-active in maintaining sufficient margin.
In the rare event that the value of BTS falls by more than 50% in less than an hour resulting in insufficient collateral, 100% of the collateral will be used to cover as much BitUSD as possible leaving some BitUSD uncovered. The result of this price movement is that some BitUSD will be in circulation without any backing which may or may not impact the market peg of BitUSD to USD. We have two hypothesis as to the market response in this event: in one case the BitUSD will start trading at a discount proportional to the surplus BitUSD in circulation, in the other case the market expectation of a peg to USD will override any surplus supply and BitUSD will continue trading as before. This would be similar to how the dollar did not see an immediate fall to 0 value despite being removed from the gold standard.
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Wow! Almost $1 Billion Worth of Bitcoin is Stuck, Can't Move - What Happens if no Block is Found in One Hour (as has happened before) Will Bitcoin Literally Break Down?

Wow! Almost $1 Billion Worth of Bitcoin is Stuck, Can't Move - What Happens if no Block is Found in One Hour (as has happened before) Will Bitcoin Literally Break Down? submitted by AQuentson to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that th /r/AskEconomics

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that th /AskEconomics submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that th /r/AskEconomics

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that th /AskEconomics submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How can there only be 21 million btc created when there's roughly 7 billion people on the planet. If bitcoin is ever adopted on a massively global scale 1 btc would be worth well over millions. Is this what people are thinking and how's that going to work with no interference from world governments

Why couldn't the CIA just ddos every bitcoin exchange?
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[Crosspost r/bitcoin] This is what 1 BTC worth of pure silver looks like

[Crosspost bitcoin] This is what 1 BTC worth of pure silver looks like submitted by diegrosseraupe to Silverbugs [link] [comments]

What does this mean "automatic payout from 0,1 balance"? Is it 0.1 bitcoin worth of HUSH? from pool.miningspeed.com mining HUSH.

What does this mean submitted by macromicrogreens to gpumining [link] [comments]

"So what is a bitcoin worth now" 1 bit is worth.... actually I have no idea!

I can tell people what a bitcoin's current exchange rate is, cue the "oh wow thats expensive" response
but I would like to start quoting the bit exchange rate. Now I know it is a factor of 10 or like 1/one millionth of a bitcoin, but that isn't exactly a conversion I think of when talking.
I need an entire pricing ecosystem using "bits", not mbits, or nano/u bits or satoshis
For me, this means Bitcoinwisdom should be displaying everything in bits, by default. This means Winkdex should be displaying everything in bits by default. Circle, Coinbase, /Bitcoinmarkets tracker , Hivewallet and Breadwallet....
then I'll get used to noticing it and it'll be more a part of the lexicon
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Someone gave me a changetip of 1 US dollars worth of bitcoin a while back... what should I do with it now that changetip is shutting down?

Also I am COMPLETELY new to this avenue of finances. I did a bit of research on my own, and I created a Coinbase account and made the transfer.
The concept is intruiging, but I have very little time to get into this. Is it just worth cashing the bitcoin out to my paypal or should I stick with it?
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Dear Core, I have 1$ worth of bitcoin in my Bitcoin core wallet. What is this good for and what can I do with this?

Considering the current fees, what should one do with 1$ of bitcoin?
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Your Reddit account is now worth money, 1 karma = $1, what do you buy? /r/AskReddit

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Your Reddit account is now worth money, 1 karma = $1, what do you buy? /AskReddit submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What if you had all the benefits of Bitcoin with the **price stability** of gold? It now exists and it’s called bitGOLD. Skeptical? I'll give you $1 worth of gold which at current Kitco spot rate is 0.000827 oz. Come make history with us!

Hello /Libertarian,
I'm here to explain what bitGOLD is and why you should pay attention to it.
BitGOLD is exactly like Bitcoin (you hold the private keys) only it’s pegged to the value of real gold. 1 ounce of bitGOLD will always equal the value of 1 ounce of real gold. That means if real gold goes up in value, so does bitGOLD (and vice versa). Think of it as a cryptographic derivative pegged to the value of a real world asset. There is also bitUSD, bitEUR and bitBTC (theoretically any real world asset can be used in this way, even silver, oil and McDonalds big macs - as long as it has a price and is quantifiable).
The main issue with Bitcoin in terms of mainstream adoption has always been its volatility. It goes up and down in value so much it’s impossible to use as a currency. The ideal solution would be to have the best of both worlds: a crypto that you hold the private keys to but is also pegged to the value of either precious metals like gold or a fiat currency like USD.
PLEASE DO NOT DISMISS THIS IDEA JUST BECAUSE YOU MAY CURRENTLY HOLD BITCOIN
For the remainder of this day I will be handing out $1 worth of bitGOLD to all interested redditors (no sock puppets please, I'll know).
This is what you need to do:
STEP #1: Click here to download the Bitshares client.
STEP #2: Locate your public key here and copy and paste it as a reply to this thread.
When you do this I will reply with further instructions.
Please keep in mind the BitShares software is still in BETA so bear with these complicated steps. They will be phased out very soon.
I truly believe this is the next step in the future of peer-to-peer money and would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. I understand many of you will be (rightfully) skeptical of this new technology. I am prepared to answer any question, no matter how hard you think it is.
For more technical details on how market pegged assets work, please go to wiki.bitshares.org (an official whitepaper is coming soon).
If you are a member of the press please contact [email protected] for direct communication with our marketing division.
Here’s the technical TL;DR for those interested: (this uses bitUSD as an example, not bitGOLD)
BitShares is an experiment to test the economic theory behind a new kind of prediction market. This experiment creates a decentralized bank and exchange that uses a decentralized transaction ledger secured by DPOS to create fungible digital assets that are market-pegged to the value of anything from dollars, to gold, to gallons of gasoline. BitShares has shares that can be transferred between users in the same way as Bitcoin. What makes BitShares special is that it also implements a business model similar to existing banks or brokerages.
BitShares can create BitUSD by lending it into existence backed by collateral in the same way that the banking system lends dollars into existence today. Whereas your bank uses your house as collateral, BitShares uses BTS as collateral. Short orders are forced to cover when 66% of their collateral is required to cover, leaving the short with 33% of the collateral minus a 5% fee.
The reason someone borrows BitUSD is for the purpose of executing a short sell of BitUSD relative to BTS. This works in the same manner as shorting a stock. First, you borrow the stock, then you sell it at todays high prices. If all goes well then you can buy it back tomorrow for less than you paid today, pay off your loan, and keep the profit. However, if things go against you then you will have to pay more to buy back the stock than you sold it for in the first place and thus take a loss.
BitUSD is created when two people taking opposite positions can agree to a price and the only price at which two people will agree is the current market price of USD in BTS otherwise one individual will start out losing money. The mechanics of the market peg are very similar to the mechanics of a prediction market. Once the market has reached a consensus that BitUSD should be valued the same as a real US Dollar no one will be able to trade against that consensus without losing money. Thus the value of BitUSD today is based upon the prediction of what market participants will value BitUSD at in the future. There is only one rational way to speculate, that the consensus will hold, and that creates a self-enforcing market peg. With BitShares all short positions (those borrowing BitUSD) must start out with enough BTS as collateral to purchase 2x the USD borrowed. Margin calls are executed when the value of the collateral falls to 1.5x the amount borrowed. This gives the market ample opportunity to cover the short position and pay off the loan before there is insufficient collateral. In the event that the market is forced to execute a margin call, a 5% fee will be assessed. This should encourage participants to be pro-active in maintaining sufficient margin.
In the rare event that the value of BTS falls by more than 50% in less than an hour resulting in insufficient collateral, 100% of the collateral will be used to cover as much BitUSD as possible leaving some BitUSD uncovered. The result of this price movement is that some BitUSD will be in circulation without any backing which may or may not impact the market peg of BitUSD to USD. We have two hypothesis as to the market response in this event: in one case the BitUSD will start trading at a discount proportional to the surplus BitUSD in circulation, in the other case the market expectation of a peg to USD will override any surplus supply and BitUSD will continue trading as before. This would be similar to how the dollar did not see an immediate fall to 0 value despite being removed from the gold standard.
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