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Satoshi to bitcoin conversion calculator

Quickly and easily calculate how much bitcoin your Satoshis are worth

How many Satoshis do you want to convert?

is equal to

Your 0 Satoshis are worth around $0 USD.


According to Binance, the current price of bitcoin is $.

How many Satoshis are in a bitcoin, exactly?

Each bitcoin is equal to 100 million Satoshis, making a Satoshi the smallest unit of bitcoin currently recorded on the blockchain.

Think of the Satoshi as the “cents” part of bitcoin. But unlike a penny that represents 0.01 USD, Satoshi represents roughly 0.00000001 BTC — or bitcoin to its eighth decimal.

We’ve put together the quick conversion table below to help you visualize numbers so small.

Satoshi to bitcoin conversion

SatoshiBitcoin
1 Satoshi0.00000001 bitcoin
10 Satoshi0.00000010 bitcoin
100 Satoshi0.00000100 bitcoin
1,000 Satoshi0.00001000 bitcoin
10,000 Satoshi0.00010000 bitcoin
100,000 Satoshi0.00100000 bitcoin
1,000,000 Satoshi0.01000000 bitcoin
10,000,000 Satoshi0.10000000 bitcoin
100,000,000 Satoshi1.00000000 bitcoin

Bottom line

If you’re interested investing in any cryptocurrency, the potential of your investment depends heavily on the market. Despite today’s wild headlines, there’s no single cryptocurrency that guarantees a positive return.

Research all aspects of a cryptocurrency before you invest your very real dollars to find one that best fits your interest.

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