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Price of a Bitcoin

Since a few weeks after the wipe, Bitcoins have had a price of about 150k, the price they had had before the wipe for several months. Meanwhile, graphics cards have doubled in price.
Just out of curiosity, how come the price is still the same? Shouldn't the supply be lower and therefore the price be higher? I understand that they are still found in safes and whatnot but before the wipe everyone had mining rigs running and you didn't need to survive the raid to sell them on the flea. Did people just rush the Bitcoin farm or what?
submitted by Nyghtrid3r to EscapefromTarkov [link] [comments]

What is your prediction for the price of a Bitcoin in 2030?

If we make the speculative assumptions below:
- there are no catastrophic bugs found in the Bitcoin network.
- there is no technology in this time-frame that severely compromises Bitcoin security.
- it remains as the dominant cryptocurrency in terms of marketcap.
I'm interested to know people's opinions of what the price is likely to do (within an order of magnitude) over these longer time periods?
Happy for people to support their opinions or speculation with tools such as https://www.moonmath.win/ or assuming a given percentage of the world's value will be stored on the Bitcoin blockchain etc etc.
EDIT: price in USD. Assuming, that the USD doesn't get printed and devalued out of existence.
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10-08 00:23 - 'But the price of a Bitcoin would be worth tens of millions of dollars assuming it gets mass adoption. The payout would be more than enough for all the miners. / And yes, you will lose nodes. But nodes contribute nothing...' by /u/juliushenkin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 150-160min

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But the price of a Bitcoin would be worth tens of millions of dollars assuming it gets mass adoption. The payout would be more than enough for all the miners.
And yes, you will lose nodes. But nodes contribute nothing to the network. Only miners actually matter.
We can either have peer to peer cash for the world now or use garbage like the Lightning Network, which requires you to run a node to even use it! Not the same as Bitcoin at all.
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Back when the price of a Bitcoin was ~$1000, /u/Anndddyyyy promised to "eat a hat" if in January it was less than that. It's currently $580 and he followed through with video proof.

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The Price of a Bitcoin - moving the decimal place.

I've seen too many comments and threads on reddit where there has seemed confusion, or lack of clarity surrounding purchasing Bitcoin (BTC) Not the process, but the price.
There are a lot of posts here on reddit which ask, "Do I have to buy a whole bitcoin?". This seems an obvious faux pas to anyone versed in the technology, but as a newbie starting out, it's an unfamiliar world and these sorts of things do cross the minds of people looking to get involved, unfamiliarity is yet another unnecessary barrier to entry.
While the above is maybe a silly question, I myself have had to explain to friends in real-life, that when you're trying to make money from crypto investing, the overall price doesn't matter, but rather the percentage increase is the only important factor. If you buy $100 of BTC and the value rises by 10% then you have made $10. It doesn't matter that the price of a Bitcoin has moved from $6000 to $6600 and you only held 0.017 coins. It doesn't matter that your $100 could have bought you 5250 Heffa coins (invented to avoid shilling anything). If the price of Heffa goes up 10%, having 5250 of them is no different than having 0.017 BTC. But this is the age old ton of feathers/ton of bricks issue which many people truly have issues in understanding.
With all of this in mind, I feel that Bitcoin is now in a place where it should reassess its 'value'. From a purely PR perspective, BTC at $7000 per coin WILL put off some people. While the reasons are illogical, they do exist.
Therefore, I believe that it would be of benefit to BTC to reprice the coin. Splitting the coin, moving the decimal, adding zeros would create a more appealing price point. It would make more 'sense' to a lot of people and would therefore lower one of the bars to entry.
This should not impact the overall value of the currency, it wouldn't be a devaluing. It would simply be a repositioning of itself, hopefully, in line with common FIAT currencies.
Going from a price of ~$7000/BTC, a repricing to $0.7/BTC would seem most practical. We would then likely see BTC reach $1/BTC in coming months, especially with the added ease of understanding that this change itself would bring.
I'm uncertain of the technical aspects involved in this, I'm unsure as to whether there are technical limitations which set the 'size' of a single BTC, but I can't imagine moving a decimal would be impossibly complicated, but I welcome any correction and any thoughts on this.
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What happens to the overall price of a Bitcoin after all 21,000,000 have been released or collected. Also how will all the lost Bitcoin's effect things when all Bitcoin's have been acquired?

submitted by ThY_NvR_gOT_ethiopia to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

ULPT: Get rich quick. Custom Mint Metal coins with a "B" (similar to the bitcoin logo) and sell it to older folks at half the price of a bitcoin.

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As the "price" of a bitcoin goes up and the number of actualmoneys in the system doesn't ... what do you think's gonna happen when the bubble starts its pop and people wanna cash out? The Great Bank Run

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Another cryptocurrency overtake the price of a Bitcoin /r/BitcoinBeginners

Another cryptocurrency overtake the price of a Bitcoin /BitcoinBeginners submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

ELI5: Why are people thinking the price of a Bitcoin will rise after this weekend?

Did something happened this weekend?
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The Fair Price of a Bitcoin is $0

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@nytimesbusiness: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/Ph8lE4OxgH

@nytimesbusiness: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/Ph8lE4OxgH submitted by -en- to newsbotMARKET [link] [comments]

@dealbook: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/x2AtYs1qq5

@dealbook: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/x2AtYs1qq5 submitted by -en- to newsbotMARKET [link] [comments]

@nytimesbusiness: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/S3DsUXVKF5

@nytimesbusiness: As of Wednesday, the price of a Bitcoin had fallen about 25 percent in a week and was down more than 75 percent from its peak in December. Other digital tokens have fallen even more sharply in value. https://t.co/S3DsUXVKF5 submitted by -en- to newsbotMARKET [link] [comments]

The price of a Bitcoin has ALWAYS been volatile. I thought everyone knew this, until I discovered that some new /r/Bitcoin redditors thought the price used to be stable! Look at this random historical price sample. This is not even as bad as it got.

The price of a Bitcoin has ALWAYS been volatile. I thought everyone knew this, until I discovered that some new /Bitcoin redditors thought the price used to be stable! Look at this random historical price sample. This is not even as bad as it got. submitted by ferroh to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The price of a Bitcoin went from less than 1 to 3.8 dollars in the past month

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"It looks overvalued."[...] "This week the price of a Bitcoin soared to above $1,000, ". - The Economist on BTC 4 years ago - gives you perspective

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Can someone explain this whole Thether deal for me? Is Bitfinex really "printing money" to pump the price of a Bitcoin on markets and exchanges?

Lately, I've been reading a little about BTC. Long time user here (I've bought a bunch of BTC in 2012). I've read that as of lately some company called Thether can buy Bitcoins with issued Thethers. No one can verify they are physically holding 1 dolar for each Thether they pump in the market. All pumps seem to be when BTC price is going down. Is there something going on? What's your opinion? This is a serious question. Please be gentle.
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@bgurley: Curious why the price of a bitcoin (or any coin) trade isn’t appended to the blockchain? Transparency is a virtue in this world correct?

@bgurley: Curious why the price of a bitcoin (or any coin) trade isn’t appended to the blockchain? Transparency is a virtue in this world correct? submitted by -en- to newsbotFUNDING [link] [comments]

Two years ago on this day (October 12th,2015) the price of a Bitcoin was a few hundred dollars, and Moneros were about 40 cents each. Then I got drunk.

Two years ago on this day (October 12th,2015) the price of a Bitcoin was a few hundred dollars, and Moneros were about 40 cents each. Then I got drunk. submitted by americanpegasus to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/BitcoinMarkets] The Price of a Bitcoin - moving the decimal place.

The following post by LEVI_TROUTS is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ BitcoinMarkets/comments/7dp4vp
The original post's content was as follows:
I've seen too many comments and threads on reddit where there has seemed confusion, or lack of clarity surrounding purchasing Bitcoin (BTC) Not the process, but the price.
There are a lot of posts here on reddit which ask, "Do I have to buy a whole bitcoin?". This seems an obvious faux pas to anyone versed in the technology, but as a newbie starting out, it's an unfamiliar world and these sorts of things do cross the minds of people looking to get involved, unfamiliarity is yet another unnecessary barrier to entry.
While the above is maybe a silly question, I myself have had to explain to friends in real-life, that when you're trying to make money from crypto investing, the overall price doesn't matter, but rather the percentage increase is the only important factor. If you buy $100 of BTC and the value rises by 10% then you have made $10. It doesn't matter that the price of a Bitcoin has moved from $6000 to $6600 and you only held 0.017 coins. It doesn't matter that your $100 could have bought you 5250 Heffa coins (invented to avoid shilling anything). If the price of Heffa goes up 10%, having 5250 of them is no different than having 0.017 BTC. But this is the age old ton of feathers/ton of bricks issue which many people truly have issues in understanding.
With all of this in mind, I feel that Bitcoin is now in a place where it should reassess its 'value'. From a purely PR perspective, BTC at $7000 per coin WILL put off some people. While the reasons are illogical, they do exist.
Therefore, I believe that it would be of benefit to BTC to reprice the coin. Splitting the coin, moving the decimal, adding zeros would create a more appealing price point. It would make more 'sense' to a lot of people and would therefore lower one of the bars to entry.
This should not impact the overall value of the currency, it wouldn't be a devaluing. It would simply be a repositioning of itself, hopefully, in line with common FIAT currencies.
Going from a price of ~$7000/BTC, a repricing to $0.7/BTC would seem most practical. We would then likely see BTC reach $1/BTC in coming months, especially with the added ease of understanding that this change itself would bring.
I'm uncertain of the technical aspects involved in this, I'm unsure as to whether there are technical limitations which set the 'size' of a single BTC, but I can't imagine moving a decimal would be impossibly complicated, but I welcome any correction and any thoughts on this.
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What happens to the overall price of a Bitcoin after all 21,000,000 have been released or collected. Also how will all the lost Bitcoin's effect things when all Bitcoin's have been acquired? /r/Bitcoin

What happens to the overall price of a Bitcoin after all 21,000,000 have been released or collected. Also how will all the lost Bitcoin's effect things when all Bitcoin's have been acquired? /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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Bitcoin price is still rising. Experts predict the future rise for Bitcoin price as in 2017. 4 June 2019 $7,750 The price of bitcoin fell by more than 10%. 15 June 2019 $8,700 The price of BTC has risen above $ 8,000. Experts claim that the 2015 pattern is repeating. 16 June 2019 $9,311 Cryptocurrency updated the annual maximum at around $9000 If you recall Bitcoin was worth nearly $20,000 in 16th December 2017. But in 17th December 2018, the price of Bitcoin was at its low of about $3,200. Bitcoin is a highly volatile asset class and requires a high risk appetite. As much as Bitcoin is a digital gold, it has only been around for about 10 years. What Is Bitcoin (BTC)? Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency originally described in a 2008 whitepaper by a person, or group of people, using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto.It was launched soon after, in January 2009. Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer online currency, meaning that all transactions happen directly between equal, independent network participants, without the need for any intermediary to ... Bitcoin Price Today. Die-hard BTC supporters believe that bitcoin is the future; we are just scratching the surface. Considering the continuous rise of bitcoin in the market capitalization, it is one investment every investor needs to take advantage of it. The current market capitalization of bitcoin stands at an all-time high of $109 billion. Bitcoin Price FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) How is the price of Bitcoin determined? The price of Bitcoin is determined by how little sellers are willing to charge (the ask price) and how much buyers are willing to pay (the bid price). When these prices overlap, a trade occurs representing the current price at which Bitcoin is changing hands.

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