Bitcoin (BTC) Market

Price today: $ 19,535.95

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that operates without the control of any central bank, private company or government. It operates in a decentralized, peer-to-peer (person-to-person) manner without the need for any regulator or intermediary. Read more

What is Bitcoin (BTC)?

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that operates without the control of any bank, company or government. It operates in a decentralized and peer-to-peer (person-to-person) manner without the need for any regulator or intermediary.

Today Bitcoin is the largest cryptocurrency in the world and was created by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Nobody knows who the creator or the group of people who created Bitcoin actually is, but that was the name used in internet forums where he talked about the development of the cryptocurrency.

There will only be 21 million Bitcoin units and that makes the asset extremely scarce. Nobody can change this limit, not even its creator, which is why people are adopting Bitcoin as a store of value, because they know that their money will not be devalued due to the generation of new Bitcoin units being created or any other type of political interference, on the contrary, due to increasing scarcity, Bitcoin tends to become more and more valuable.

Market info

  • Ranking

    1

  • Market cap

    $ 373,599,021,427

  • Circulating Supply

    BTC 19,084,918

  • Volume last 24 hours

    $ 18,596,669,132

Bitcoin

USDT 19,535.95
2.89%

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FAQ: Frequent asked questions about Bitcoin

What is a blockchain?

It is simply a vast account book, completely public. It keeps track of all transactions ever made on the network, and all transactions are time-stamped and verified by network miners. It works like this: miners with specialized computers compete to solve math problems with other miners, and once they solve that math equation, they are rewarded with some Bitcoins and also add a "block" of completed transactions to the blockchain, for future visualization and verifiability. After a block is added to the network, the cycle repeats and computers continue to compete to solve these math problems. Each transaction on the blockchain is completely transparent, anyone can see the public keys of any transaction they like (although there are no names associated with the transactions).

How can i buy Bitcoin?

You can buy Bitcoin at any broker that owns the currency. Monnos is a Cryptobank with the largest number of cryptocurrencies available for trading, with more than 70 assets listed in our market. The cryptocurrency purchase process was made for those who do not yet have experience in this market and who wish to start invest in crypto.

Why should i trust in Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a network that operates on the three fundamental principles of technological freedom: decentralization, open source and peer-to-peer technology. Bitcoin's trust is based on subjective assessments of human faith in mathematical algorithms, cryptography, and numbers, which, until now, have been shown to be incorruptible and, therefore, of utmost importance for monetary relationships between individuals.

Who invented Bitcoin?

The original Bitcoin code was designed by an individual or group using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. In 2008, Nakamoto described the idea behind Bitcoin in an article, where he scientifically described how his cryptocurrency would work. Satoshi left the Bitcoin code in the hands of developers and the community in 2010. Until now, hundreds of developers have contributed to its development, as Bitcoin is completely open source.