Bitcoin Units and Denominations: A Simple Breakdown From 1 BTC to 1 Satoshi
- Bitcoin – 1 BTC.
- DeciBit – 0.1 BTC.
- CentiBit – 0.01 BTC.
- MilliBit – 0.001 BTC.
- MicroBit – 0.000001 BTC.
- “Finney” – 0.0000001 BTC.
- “Satoshi” – 0.00000001 BTC.
Also asked, what is the smallest unit of Bitcoin?
Similarly, how many Bitcoins is a micro Bitcoin?
Table of all units
|Unit ||Abbreviation ||Decimal (BTC) |
|bitcoin-san ||TBCˢ ||0.00000256 |
|micro-bitcoin ||μBTC ||0.000001 |
|bitcoin-mill ||TBC? ||0.00000016 |
| || ||0.0000001 |
How much of a Bitcoin is a Satoshi?
One bitcoin is divisible to eight decimal places (100 millionths of one bitcoin), and this smallest unit is referred to as a Satoshi. If necessary, and if the participating miners accept the change, Bitcoin could eventually be made divisible to even more decimal places.
Who owns the most bitcoin?
|Satoshi Nakamoto |
|Born ||5 April 1975 (claimed) Japan (claimed) |
|Nationality ||Japanese (claimed) |
|Known for ||Inventing bitcoin, implementing the first blockchain, deploying the first decentralized digital currency |
|Scientific career |