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Satoshi Nakamoto

Bitcoin is an innovative payment network and a new kind of money created by Satoshi Nakamoto. His legacy is preserved on SatoshiNakamoto.me
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Craig Wright, the inventor of Bitcoin

Subreddit for information related to the Bitcoin inventor Craig Wright under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto
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What is Satoshi? Satoshi to Bitcoin Conversion

What is Satoshi? Satoshi to Bitcoin Conversion

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As a cryptocurrency enthusiast, you need to understand what satoshi is, how to convert Satoshi to Bitcoin, Satoshi to BTC converters, the best way to value your portfolio (with Satoshi or BTC) and many other details.
Check out the link below to get a full understanding of Satoshi and how it relates to Bitcoin.
https://remitano.com/forum/post/1268-what-is-satoshi-satoshi-to-bitcoin-conversion?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=article&utm_campaign=english
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Satoshi to Bitcoin converter

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Satoshi to Bitcoin converter

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Online Satoshi to Bitcoin Converter

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Satoshi to Bitcoin: Everything you need to know

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Online Satoshi to Bitcoin Converter

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"I am not Craig Wright. We are all Satoshi." -- Satoshi to bitcoin-dev mailing list /r/bitcoinxt

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Bitcoin vs Satoshi: A different way to think

have a theory.. I am curious to get others opinions of it.

long story...
I was having a debate with a fellow crypto enthusiast like myself we did not see eye to eye.
I feel like the general public is having a hard time accepting the value of a bitcoin due to the fact of its unobtainability for most. People don't want to give up 100s to 1000s of one thing to get a fraction of another like bitcoin. They have grown up thinking a fraction of something is very little and not valueable but for Bitcoin it is not the case.
We all know that a Bitcoin can be broken down into something as small as a Satoshi.
Why not use this as the base measure instead of a Bitcoin which is the largest?

I feel people would be a lot more willing to accept using a currency when your talking about it in a whole value like Satoshi and not a fractional value like a Bitcoin. I think this is possibly why mass adoption really hasn't occurred. Why not buy/sell/exchange in Satoshi. Or even possibly come up with a name for something in between a Bitcoin and a satoshi

I believe a lot more people would be amenable spending $1 for 18000 satoshi (18ksat) or 18uBTC than for 0.00018 BTC
The link below you can play around with converting https://www.finder.com/satoshi-to-bitcoin-conversion-calculator

I believe it will be much more important to think like this when Bitcoin becomes $100,000 and more a coin. We need a more mass population acceptable unit of measure for bitcoin for an easier mass adoption
or maybe something like this could work
1 Satoshi = 1sat
10 Satoshi = 10sat
100 Satoshi = 100sat 1,000 Satoshi = 1ksat
10,000 Satoshi = 10ksat
100,000 Satoshi = 100ksat
1,000,000 Satoshi = 1Msat
10,000,000 Satoshi = 10Msat
100,000,000 Satoshi = 1BTC
or we could take out the fractions out of Bitcoin by doing it a similar way 0.00000001 bitcoin = 10 nBTC
0.00000010 bitcoin = 100 nBTC
0.00000100 bitcoin = 1 uBTC
0.00001000 bitcoin = 10 uBTC
0.00010000 bitcoin = 100 uBTC
0.00100000 bitcoin = 1 mBTC
0.01000000 bitcoin = 1 cBTC
0.10000000 bitcoin = 1 dBTC
1.00000000 bitcoin = 1 BTC
Long story short is we need a way to measure a unit of Bitcoin not as a fraction but as a whole number which the general public could much more easily accept.
Agree or disagree or how would be a good way to implement something ?
What are your thoughts, ideas or comments on this topic?
Edit 1BTC = # of Satoshi
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If i am to support BSV as being the real bitcoin, do i have to believe CSW is Satoshi?

I just entered the BSV community for the past few weeks, and i've been looking throught the history of the forks, and the control of ABC in BCH and all that stuff. And i'm pretty convinced BSV is the real bitcoin, maintaining the original vision of Satoshi. But i wondered if there's like, a consensus, in the BSV community that Craig Wright is Satoshi. Like, if i am to support BSV do i have to believe it? I realize that it seems that this is probably what almost 100% of people around here believes.
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Where it all started! The first Bitcoin transaction from Satoshi to Hal on 11th January 2009

Where it all started! The first Bitcoin transaction from Satoshi to Hal on 11th January 2009 submitted by cyberruss to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Elon Musk is Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, and had been buying Tesla shares with his Bitcoin, leading to the recent, astronomical rise in Tesla’s share price

Some people may know that Elon musk made his initial fortune off of PayPal in the late 90s and early 2000s. What people may not realize is that when he sold he was required to sign a non compete which prevents him from working for or starting another electronic payments company.
As many know, “Satoshi Nakamoto” is the fake name of the man who created bitcoin (no one knows who he is). Last people checked, Satoshi has roughly $8billion in bitcoin left.
Tesla’s stock price has risen 500% since the beginning of the year, with people scooping it up like crazy... they recently split the stock 5:1 to make it more affordable. People have assumed that the rise is due to retail investors pouring in, but there have been some super weird/interesting large blocks being bought up if you look at the price action. I’m talking much more than just retail investors. What if Elon has been using his BTC in order to buy up massive amounts of shares, which has bid up the share price and given him more control of the company (he actually doesn’t have voting control like Bezos).
Edit: Elon is using Tesla to make it traceable and bring the money back into circulation since he’s unable to spend $8billion in BTC.
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Half a Million in Satoshi-era Bitcoin Just Moved to Bitfinex

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Half a Million in Satoshi-era Bitcoin Just Moved to Bitfinex

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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address submitted by wmredditor to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009: Starts Bitcoin, IMF on Twitter in 2020: "@FederalReserve’s Powell & @BIS_org’s Carstens: To make CrossBorderPayments successful, we need international cooperation among a wide range of parties, including private sector, central banks, @FinStbBoard and the IMF ..."

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If Satoshi had tried to start bitcoin in the 80s/90s, would it have taken off/even been possible?

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Satoshi on this day, 10 years ago: "If you don't believe me or don't get it, I don't have time to try to convince you, sorry." After Dan Larimer questions Bitcoins scalability.

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Highest paying bitcoin faucet I've found. Up to 1800 satoshis per day.

Bet Fury currently have a really good bitcoin faucet available. You can claim 25 satoshis every 20 minutes, up to 1800 per day.
They also offer some really nice staking dividends and boxes that earn 10% monthly interest on set amounts of BTC if you're interested in that. Highly recommend checking it out.
Link: https://betfury.io/boxes/?r=5f488453b6cd6050dd35271e
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Satoshi-era Bitcoins worth half a million dollars just transferred to Bitfinex

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BetFury.io - Bitcoin faucet, 25 satoshi every 20 minutes, up to 1800 per day + BFG staking with daily dividends

BetFury is an online gambling site with a bitcoin faucet where you can claim 25 satoshi every 20 minutes, up to 1800 per day. The minimum amount for withdrawal is 5000, so in 1-2 weeks you can withdraw.
Additionally, you can play the games to farm BFG tokens. BetFury pays you dividends in BTC, TRX, BTT and USDT to all users who have tokens. You can play for free, with the free satoshis from the faucet, and accumulate tokens.
For example, I've been using this faucet for 2 weeks and I have 40 tokens. That means I get 34 satoshi from dividends for free every day without needing to do anything.
Try the faucet here: https://betfury.io/?r=5f7228a118192a57e3dae567 (or use this non-ref link)
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[ Bitcoin ] The Many Facts Pointing to John Nash Being Satoshi Nakamoto | Bitcoin News

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Cruise ship "Satoshi" wants to enable off-grid living on Bitcoin

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Earn 1.000.000 Satoshi Every Day! Bitcoin Mining - YouTube Satoshi to USD, Bitcoin BTC to USD Satoshi has how many Bitcoins? Satoshi Nakamoto the Creator of Bitcoin - YouTube Satoshi to Bitcoin converter - YouTube

Satoshi online in Euro umrechnen. Satoshi in Euro umrechnen. Wie bei anderen Währungen, gibt es auch bei Bitcoin eine kleinere Währungseinheit. Das macht vor allem deshalb Sinn, weil ein ... What is a satoshi? Each bitcoin (1 BTC) can have a fractional part of up to 8 digits so 1 bitcoin can be divided into 100 000 000 units. Each of these bitcoin units (0.00000001 BTC) is called a satoshi. A satoshi is the smallest unit in a bitcoin. This unit is named after Satoshi Nakamoto – the alias of the bitcoin creator. There are also intermediate measurement units (microbitcoins ... Satoshi (Einheit) ist ein struktureller Teil der Bitcoin-Kryptowährung, die einhundert Millionen Bitcoin ist. Solche kleinen Einheiten erleichtern Transaktionen mit BTC. Die Gesamtstrukturkomponente von 1 Bitcoin (BTC) entspricht 1000 Millibits (mBTC), 1.000.000 Mikroben (mkBTC) oder 100.000.000 Satoshi. Satoshi BTC (Bitcoin) 1 Satoshi: 0.00000001 BTC: 10 Satoshi: 0.00000010 BTC: 100 Satoshi: 0.00000100 BTC: 1,000 Satoshi: 0.00001000 BTC: 10,000 Satoshi: 0.00010000 BTC The satoshi is currently the smallest unit of the bitcoin currency recorded on the block chain. It is a one hundred millionth of a single bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC). The unit has been named in collective homage to the original creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. All amounts in the block chain are denominated in satoshi before being converted for display.

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