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BTCUSD

BTCUSD

Bitcoin
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63,313.22
-494.22
-0.77%
Opening 10:37 04/14 EDT
OPEN
63,792.05
HIGH
64,900.82
52 WEEK HIGH
64,900.82
PREV CLOSE
63,807.44
LOW
62,636.25
52 WEEK LOW
4,000.00
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Invented by Satoshi Nakamoto on 18 August 2008. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. The decentralized nature of P2P and the algorithm itself can ensure that the currency value cannot be manipulated by making large amounts of bitcoin. The design based on cryptography can make Bitcoin only be transferred or paid by the real owner. This also ensures the anonymity of currency ownership and circulation transactions. The biggest difference between Bitcoin and other virtual currencies is that their total number is very limited, and they are extremely scarce, it can be used to cash out and can be exchanged for most countries' currencies, products, and services.