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The value of Bitcoin is constantly fluctuating, and the Bitcoin calculator below shows you up-to-date information of exactly how much Bitcoin is currently worth in relation to different fiat currencies. Keep reading to learn how the Invezz Bitcoin calculator works, and how it can help you make informed decisions when trading Bitcoin.
How to use our Bitcoin calculator
Using our Bitcoin calculator is a simple process. Just follow these steps:
- Key in the number of Bitcoin you want to convert into a specific fiat currency.
- Select the fiat currency you want to use for the conversion, for example; GBP, USD or EUR.
- The calculator will automatically tell you how much your specified amount of Bitcoin is worth in your desired currency.
How the Bitcoin calculator works
The calculator tool lets you convert any amount of Bitcoin (including fractional amounts) into the world currency of your choice. The calculator takes the amount of Bitcoin you wish to convert, and uses the current market rate to figure out how much it is worth in different fiat currencies instantly.
Why should I use it?
You should use the Bitcoin calculator if you’re planning to buy, sell, or transfer Bitcoin. By using our Bitcoin calculator, you can instantly see how much Bitcoin you’d be buying, selling, or transferring, based on up-to-the-minute prices.
What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is the world’s most widely-used and traded cryptocurrency. It was created in 2008 with the launch of a white paper by an anonymous figure (or group) called ‘Satoshi Nakamoto.’ This paper launched blockchain technology, and the first currency to be supported by a decentralised blockchain rather than a bank: Bitcoin.
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