satoshi

A Satoshi is the minimum unit of a Bitcoin, that is, the smallest fraction in which you can divide a Bitcoin, and it is written as 0.00000001.

Why is it called satoshi?

Because according to everything indicates the Bitcoin was created by Satoshi Nakamoto. And from there he took his name. Although many people think that it is only a pseudonym, it can represent another person or a group of them.

Value of a satoshi

A satoshi may seem to have no value, and of course, it is low. But with what currency are you comparing it?

Because if we compare it, for example with the Uzbekistan Sum, 1 satoshi = 0.31 UZS. Maybe with that there you can buy a chewing gum.

Satoshis free

Is it profitable to accumulate satoshis in a faucet of those that give cryptocurrencies just for filling a captcha?

Maybe at this time not so much as in the beginnings of Bitcoin. But now it is much better than for example at the end of 2017 when the Bitcoin reached the price of 20,000 dollars.

And of course it will depend on the country in which you reside. As I have said before, it is not the same to compare it with the Euro as with the Sum of Uzbekistan.

Satoshi or Bitcoin

A Bitcoin is hard to come by, unless you invest in it, currently 3,600 dollars. But the satoshis if you have many ways to get them for free, either with faucets, with mining, or with affiliate systems.

Not only Bitcoin lives the crypto world

But you can also get other cryptocurrencies, not just satoshis and Bitcoins. There are more than 2000 cryptocurrencies, you just have to look at the CoinMarketCap.

And you can also get fractions of these. In different web pages. Or trading in exchanges.

The Bitcoin is revolutionizing the way of exchanging money. It is normal that there is so much news about him, especially when something “negative” happens.

But do not be fooled, most international corporations and many countries are already implementing Blockchain in their systems.

And if you do not do it anymore, it’s because of everything that goes with it.

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