Bitcoin (btc)

Rank: #1


£47,669.00 (-4.81%)
1.000000 BTC
£937.20Bn (-12.16%)
Volume (24h)
£35.15 Bn (1.824%)

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Price change

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Bitcoin Bitcoin
Algorithm SHA-256
Block Time (min) 10
Genesis Date 3rd January 2009
Circulating Supply 19,716,321
Max Coin Supply 21,000,000

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Trading Volume (24h)

Bitcoin (btc) is a digital asset ranked as #1 in BitCourier Cryptocurrency List with market capitalisation of £937.20 Bn. Pound Sterling. In the last 24 hours Bitcoin's trading volume exceeded £35.15 Bn.

Current price - £47,669.00 GBP. Exchange rate btc to USD is $29,143.00 for one coin.

During the last calendar year Bitcoin price was volatile and had both periods of growth and decline. In particular in the last 7 days the price changed by -8.02%. (btc)'s peak price (All-time high) was £57,639.00 per coin, this point was reached on 14th March 2024 . From that moment till today Bitcoin has lost -17.49% in value.

Ratings by crypto community, developers and liquidity are 83.341, 99.241, 100.011.

About Bitcoin

BTC that stands for Bitcoin is the most popular and historically first decentralized digital currency created in 2009. Originally it was invented by a mysterious anonymous person that used Satoshi Nakamoto as a name. Unlike general currencies like the British pound Bitcoin does not exist physically and the balances are stored in a public ledger that is called blockchain and can be accessed by anyone. In fact, Bitcoin is a network of computers (called nodes) that run the code of this cryptocurrency. 

New coins are minted using the special process of utilizing hashing power and solving complex computing puzzles. This process is called mining. When a miner finds a new block, he receives a reward in the form of freshly minted coins. The access to the blockchain wallet is provided with a pair of encrypted keys. A public key serves as a bank account to send money to, while a private key is like a PIN code using which a user signs the transaction. 


Bitcoin Points
Development 99.241
Community 83.341
Liquidity 100.011


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