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What is the smallest unit of Bitcoin?

I know a single satoshi is worth 0.00000001 bitcoin, and with the lightning network you can have a millisatoshi worth 0.00000000001 bitcoin. Are there other layer two options to create even smaller units?
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The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol

The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol submitted by mebinici to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The smallest unit of Bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC) is worth 1 Venezuelan bolivar, a currency used by 30 million people.

The smallest unit of Bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC) is worth 1 Venezuelan bolivar, a currency used by 30 million people. submitted by finalhedge to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Isn't it about time we standardized mBTC as the official unit of Bitcoin?

It's been 1/2 year since 1 BTC has never gone below $1,000. As of this writing it is around $6,300.
I think all Bitcoin holders want the prices to go up, and a massive hike would happen if mass adoption were to take place but I feel that the end result of this massive rally in the past year is not helping too many people to jump into the market.
With the value of 1 BTC now hitting thousands of dollars, I think 1 BTC being $6,000 is a massive psychological barriers for ordinary people. Many people do not even know that 1 BTC can be in smaller units and they tell me that they don't have $6,000 to invest.
By making mBTC the standard unit in exchanges, two things could happen.
  1. If 1 BTC is at $6,000, 1 mBTC is $6. Psychological barriers will be significantly lower for cryptocurrency beginners to enter the market.
  2. It also educates people that 1 BTC is not the smallest unit of Bitcoin.
Units of Bitcoin: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Units
Thoughts?
[ADDED] I made a Change.org petition: https://www.change.org/p/https-coinmarketcap-com-make-mbtc-bitcoin-s-standard-unit
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Satoshi, smallest unit of bitcoin, is now added to Oxford English Dictionary

Satoshi, smallest unit of bitcoin, is now added to Oxford English Dictionary submitted by CryptoCrunchApp to CryptoCrunchApp [link] [comments]

I'm looking for 50k - 150k Units of Bitcoin.

I have a FinCEN license to buy and sell crypto legally and have buyers who need a few hundred thousand units of Bitcoin in tranches of 5k to 10k units a day. First transaction can be face to face if needed and they will start as small as you want to get comfortable and will contract the whole amount before hand of course. But I have an exchange that needs 120k units alone. Please contact me if you have sellers! This can happen at your pace or whatever you need for verification we have it! The seller can travel to the exchange themselves to check it out if they wish and meet the owners in person. Its a brick and mortar location with plenty of backing and security for the transactions! Everything will be KYC/AML compliant.
I understand I can get it from an OTC and most other exchanges. But they sell it for scratch and I have some sellers already who can sell it to me well below even and am looking so see whats out there in this bear market. I can also facilitate any size Bitcoin transaction through my company and my FinCEN license if you are in need. Thanks!
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I have a FinCEN license and have buyers who need a few hundred thousand units of Bitcoin in tranches of 5k to 10k units a day. First transaction can be face to face if needed and they will start as small as you want to get comfortable and will contract the whole amount before hand of course. But I have an exchange that needs 120k units alone. Please email me if you have sellers! This can happen at your pace or whatever you need for verification we have it! The seller can travel to the exchange themselves to check it out if they wish and meet the owners in person. Its a brick and mortar location with plenty of backing and security for the transactions! Everything will be KYC/AML compliant.
I understand I can get it from an OTC and most other exchanges. But they sell it for scratch and I have some sellers already who can sell it to me well below even and am looking so see whats out there in the bear market. Thanks!
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I'm looking for 50k - 150k units of Bitcoin.
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09-03 02:33 - 'I am looking for 50k - 150k Units of Bitcoin with Rolls and Extensions!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Coolie32 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

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I have a FinCEN license to buy and sell crypto legally and have buyers who need a few hundred thousand units of Bitcoin in tranches of 5k to 10k units a day. First transaction can be face to face if needed and they will start as small as you want to get comfortable and will contract the whole amount before hand of course. But I have an exchange that needs 120k units alone. Please contact me if you have sellers! This can happen at your pace or whatever you need for verification we have it! The seller can travel to the exchange themselves to check it out if they wish and meet the owners in person. It is a brick and mortar location with plenty of backing and security for the transactions! Everything will be KYC/AML compliant.
I have a deal right now with a vary secured exchange that is banked for billions. They currently want 100k units with rolls and extension in tranches of 1k, 5k or 10k whichever the seller prefers. We can set up something small, and they will contract for that amount. If I can only get 50k units, then they will start with that amount. They can guarantee the whole amount but do want it in those tranches and the transaction done through the exchange so that way everyone is KYC verified. Then everyday the tranches are simultaneously paid for as the coins are delivered to the wallet the seller will set up at the exchange. Not only are the wallets 100% secure and backed for the 100% amount. I already have a several sellers offering quite a few points below even. I know its a bear market but it's a 100% secured and backed deal and a very simple process.
It is very simple and really no one else is involved but the buyer and the seller. So here's how it would work and it's super easy and totally at your pace. If you want to you can visit the exchange in person and meet the owners in person. It's a brick and mortar location. Not a requirement, but there if you need.
So I own a Bitcoin ATM company here in the states. The exchange I was getting all my coins from need a new coin guy. So here's how it would work. You or whoever the seller sign up on the exchange and go through their KYC process that takes about 24hrs. At that time you set up a multisig wallet in your name or the sellers name at the exchange. Everyday either you or the seller sends coins to the wallet on the exchange, the exchange will simultaneously buy the coins from your wallet and simultaneously wire you the money for the coins. The wallet is backed and secure. You can start with 1 coin then 10 coins or whatever you want to get comfortable. But they want no more than 10,000 units a day for as long as you have coins. They are backed by several banks and a few oil companies in the tune of several billions of dollars. I already have a LOI from them for 100k units of Bitcoin with rolls and extensions. How ever many you send a day to your wallet for the exchange to buy from you. I have a few sellers already who want to do this, I'm just looking for a good price on the coin.
That is one of my few buyers
Let me know if this helps understand better. Ask any questions you need.
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I am looking for 50k - 150k Units of Bitcoin with Rolls and Extensions!
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The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol

The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol

The Satoshi, the smallest unit of Bitcoin, is getting its own symbol submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

We’ll know cryptocurrency has truly achieved legitimacy when we start valuing US Dollars in units of Bitcoin instead of the other way around.

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A Satoshi is the smallest unit of Bitcoin.

Example: 0.00000001
How many Satoshis are in a Bitcoin?
There are 100,000,000 satoshi in a BTC.
Calculation: move decimal to the right until you reach 1.
(Yes, decimal moves 8X’s to the right)
= 100,000,000
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Canada's 3iQ’s Global Cryptoasset Fund will invest directly in units of bitcoin, ether and litecoin, three of the leading cryptoassets.

Canada's 3iQ’s Global Cryptoasset Fund will invest directly in units of bitcoin, ether and litecoin, three of the leading cryptoassets. submitted by khonsu01 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

TIL the smallest unit of Bitcoin that can be purchased is 0.00000001 BTC, which today is worth about 0.0000944 cents. Bitcoiners call this small unit a "satoshi" in homage of Bitcoin's founder 'Satoshi Nakamoto' which is an alias to an unknown person who many presume to be dead.

TIL the smallest unit of Bitcoin that can be purchased is 0.00000001 BTC, which today is worth about 0.0000944 cents. Bitcoiners call this small unit a submitted by FoxMulderOrwell to misc [link] [comments]

Looking for 50,000+ units of Bitcoin Does anyone have connections with Noble Mining?

Or anyone that can get me that many units a few times over? Let me know who and what onboarding docs they need to complete this. Thanks
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Updating the Units of Bitcoin

I would like to suggest an improvement that the community is waiting for. The conversion, or the adding of an option to change, but set as default, of the units of Bitcoin, from BTC to mBTC. Usually in normal markets when a stock ticker becomes to big or to small they will divide or multiply the number of shares a person has, etc. In crypto the equivalent to that, since the total amount is permanent, would be to change the units from BTC to mBTC that way when someone buys .015 BTC it will show up as 15 mBTC. The community has being patient and understands that exchanges are overloaded with deadlines to meet. This is just a first contact suggestion so as to leave a trace in your systems about this improvement. The Community is thankful for your diligence.
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Looking for 50,000+ units of Bitcoin as soon. I am AML/KYC certified. Does anyone have connections with Noble Mining? /r/Bitcoin

Looking for 50,000+ units of Bitcoin as soon. I am AML/KYC certified. Does anyone have connections with Noble Mining? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

"Units of bitcoin are called BTC and you can buy one for about $500." OR "Units of bitcoin are called bits and you can buy 10,000 for about $5."

Which of these two proposals would sound like the better deal to your average, non-technical type of person?
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Isn't it about time we standardized mBTC as the official unit of Bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

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If a satoshi's is the smallest sendable unit of Bitcoin, is there an equivalent unit of doge? What would it be called?

And what actually IS the smallest spendable unit of doge?
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The smallest unit of Bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC) is worth 1 bolivar, a currency used by 30 million people.

The smallest unit of Bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC) is worth 1 bolivar, a currency used by 30 million people. submitted by HanumanTheHumane to BitcoinInternational [link] [comments]

Let's Adopt Bitcoin Cent as a smaller unit of Bitcoin. Here is why!

Let's Adopt Bitcoin Cent as a smaller unit of Bitcoin. Here is why! submitted by ivanraszl to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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