Bitcoin Price Calculator
We created the Bitcoin Price Calculator for a few reasons:
- The Bitcoin Price has increased by 1300% so far in 2017, rising from $434 on 01/01/2016 to $6,080 on 22/10/2017. This has led to mass speculation of just how successful Bitcoin can be. The Bitcoin Price Calculator allows you see quickly and easily what the Bitcoin price will be any any given market capitalization.
- The speculation has now gone beyond individuals. It seems industry experts and research teams are now putting forward theories and predictions. The Bitcoin Price Calculator allows you to check what the price would be should these predictions come true.
- It seems easier to think of a market cap Bitcoin could reach as oppose to following the price. We can compare the market cap against the market cap of anything. This allows to put into more a more relative perspective the value that Bitcoin could potentially reach.
How does the Bitcoin Price Calculator work?
The Bitcoin Price Calculator allows us to take any market capitalization, at a particular point in time and see what the Bitcoin price would be. The given point in time would be a rough estimate based on the supply of Bitcoins’. There is a chart below which shows the estimated number of Bitcoins in a particular year. This is only an estimate as the supply could well vary from the date we have provided. Fortunately, the supply of coins does not affect the value of the coins a great deal.
You can compare the market cap against almost anything e.g.
There Is conversions for both £ and $ and you can increase the market capitalization goes to a maximum of £/$2 trillion. The Bitcoin supply is capped at 21 million. The Bitcoin supply will increase by a lower amount each year as the block reward halves every 4 years. The coin supplies below are only rough estimate.
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