BSV

Bitcoin SVBSV

Rank #24
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Prezzo Bitcoin SV (BSV)

€155.66
2.44%

0.003809 BTC1.82%

0.1207 ETH3.37%

Basso:€149.65
Alto:€158.34
24h
BSV  Bitcoin SV BSVPrice: €155.66 2.44%
Cap. del mercato
€2,905,721,738
2.45%
Fully Diluted Market Cap
€3,268,835,611
2.44%
Volume
24h
€555,139,085
2.48%
Rifornimento circolante
18,667,245 BSV
89%
Rifornimento massimo
21,000,000
Rifornimento totale
18,667,245
 

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Informazioni su Bitcoin SV

What Is Bitcoin SV (BSV)?

Bitcoin SV is the result of a lot of drama on the BTC blockchain.

It all began when Bitcoin suffered a hard fork in 2017 — splitting the network and resulting in the creation of a new altcoin called Bitcoin Cash.

A year later, in 2018, Bitcoin Cash suffered a hard fork of its own, and Bitcoin SV was born.

Bitcoin SV (SV stands for Satoshi Vision) bills itself as the original Bitcoin — a cryptocurrency that stays true to the goals of pseudonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto.

BSV’s main aims include delivering stability and achieving scalability, something that the original BTC blockchain has struggled to achieve.

The project’s website says: “Bitcoin SV is intended to provide a clear choice for miners and allow businesses to build applications and websites on it reliably.”

Who Are the Founders of Bitcoin SV (BSV)?


One person who has been closely associated with the creation of Bitcoin SV is the Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright, who himself has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto. He’s the founder of the fintech company nChain, and he lobbied in favour of the hard fork because he disagreed with upgrade proposals that had been put forward for BSV.

The entrepreneur Calvin Ayre has also been a vocal supporter of Bitcoin SV, and has regularly sought investment opportunities in projects that have been built on top of the blockchain.

What Makes Bitcoin SV (BSV) Unique?


There are several markets that BSV is hoping to target — and use cases it wants to achieve that advocates say the likes of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash can’t provide.

BTC is regarded by some as a speculative asset, rather than one that is well-suited to everyday payments. By contrast, BSV claims that it can “replace every payment system in the world with a better user experience, a cheaper merchant cost, and a safer level of security.”

Bitcoin SV also wants to serve as an enterprise blockchain solution for companies who are interested in learning more about what this technology has to offer.

When compared with its older siblings, BSV aims to stand out from a scalability perspective, too. Bitcoin SV claims it has a much bigger block size than its predecessors, and as a result, it can handle more transactions on a daily basis.

Find out about BCH, the altcoin BSV forked from

How does BSV compare with BTC and BSV in the rankings?

Learn more about Bitcoin with CMC Alexandria’s crypto basics

CoinMarketCap Blog: The latest Bitcoin and altcoin analysis

How Many Bitcoin SV (BSV) Coins Are There in Circulation?


Although BSV aims to offer some tangible improvements over BTC, there are some things that these two cryptocurrencies continue to have in common: their maximum supply of 21 million.

Just like Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV also undergoes halvings, where block rewards for miners are cut by 50%. The only difference is that, whereas Bitcoin has now had three of these events – in 2012, 2016 and 2020 – Bitcoin SV has only had one.

How Is the Bitcoin SV Network Secured?


The similarities don’t end here. Bitcoin SV also uses the proof-of-work consensus mechanism. In case you’re unfamiliar with this concept, here’s a reminder: before a block can be added to a chain, miners must find the answer to a complex mathematical puzzle using their computing power. The miner who does this first gets a block reward, and this infrastructure helps to prevent malicious attacks.

Where Can You Buy Bitcoin SV (BSV)?


Bitcoin SV is listed on major exchanges including OKEx and Bitfinex — as well as dozens of smaller platforms. However, it is not listed on Binance. This company decided to delist BSV in 2019 because BSV didn’t meet its standards. To learn more about how you can convert fiat currencies into crypto, click here."

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BSV Price Statistics

Bitcoin SV Prezzo oggi
Prezzo Bitcoin SV€155.66
Price Change24h€3.71
2.44%
24h Low / 24h High
€149.65 /
€158.34
Trading Volume24h€555,139,085.14
2.48%
Market DominanceNessun dato
Posizione mercato#24
Bitcoin SV Market Cap
Cap. del mercato€2,905,721,738.43
2.45%
Fully Diluted Market Cap€3,268,835,611.17
2.44%
Bitcoin SV Prezzo ieri
Yesterday's Low / High
€149.65 /
€158.34
Apertura/Chiusura ieri
€153.76 /
€153.50
Risultato ieri

0.17%

Volume ieri€563,989,402.08
Bitcoin SV Cronologia dei prezzi
7d Low / 7d High
€142.08 /
€172.47
30d Low / 30d High
€140.29 /
€233.53
90d Low / 90d High
€125.10 /
€268.63
52 Week Low / 52 Week High
€72.90 /
€268.63
Più alto di sempre
Jan 14, 2020 (a year ago)
€365.18
57.37%
Più basso di sempre
Nov 23, 2018 (2 years ago)
€30.51
410.12%
ROI Bitcoin SV

112.97%

Bitcoin SV Fornitura
Rifornimento circolante18,667,245 BSV
Rifornimento totale18,667,245 BSV
Rifornimento massimo21,000,000 BSV

Bitcoin SV mercati

#

fonte

Pairs

Prezzo

Volume

Volume %

Liquidity

Confidence

aggiornato

1

Huobi Global

€155.80

€40,071,106

7.22%

407

High

Recentemente

2

OKEx

€155.74

€34,888,401

6.28%

388

High

Recentemente

3

HitBTC

€155.50

€28,797,269

5.19%

361

High

Recentemente

4

Upbit

€157.75

€13,870,232

2.50%

226

High

Recentemente

5

DigiFinex

€155.58

€13,406,107

2.41%

233

High

Recentemente

6

OKEx

€155.52

€6,942,058

1.25%

267

High

Recentemente

Informazioni su Bitcoin SV

What Is Bitcoin SV (BSV)?

Bitcoin SV is the result of a lot of drama on the BTC blockchain.

It all began when Bitcoin suffered a hard fork in 2017 — splitting the network and resulting in the creation of a new altcoin called Bitcoin Cash.

A year later, in 2018, Bitcoin Cash suffered a hard fork of its own, and Bitcoin SV was born.

Bitcoin SV (SV stands for Satoshi Vision) bills itself as the original Bitcoin — a cryptocurrency that stays true to the goals of pseudonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto.

BSV’s main aims include delivering stability and achieving scalability, something that the original BTC blockchain has struggled to achieve.

The project’s website says: “Bitcoin SV is intended to provide a clear choice for miners and allow businesses to build applications and websites on it reliably.”

Who Are the Founders of Bitcoin SV (BSV)?


One person who has been closely associated with the creation of Bitcoin SV is the Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright, who himself has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto. He’s the founder of the fintech company nChain, and he lobbied in favour of the hard fork because he disagreed with upgrade proposals that had been put forward for BSV.

The entrepreneur Calvin Ayre has also been a vocal supporter of Bitcoin SV, and has regularly sought investment opportunities in projects that have been built on top of the blockchain.

What Makes Bitcoin SV (BSV) Unique?


There are several markets that BSV is hoping to target — and use cases it wants to achieve that advocates say the likes of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash can’t provide.

BTC is regarded by some as a speculative asset, rather than one that is well-suited to everyday payments. By contrast, BSV claims that it can “replace every payment system in the world with a better user experience, a cheaper merchant cost, and a safer level of security.”

Bitcoin SV also wants to serve as an enterprise blockchain solution for companies who are interested in learning more about what this technology has to offer.

When compared with its older siblings, BSV aims to stand out from a scalability perspective, too. Bitcoin SV claims it has a much bigger block size than its predecessors, and as a result, it can handle more transactions on a daily basis.

Find out about BCH, the altcoin BSV forked from

How does BSV compare with BTC and BSV in the rankings?

Learn more about Bitcoin with CMC Alexandria’s crypto basics

CoinMarketCap Blog: The latest Bitcoin and altcoin analysis

How Many Bitcoin SV (BSV) Coins Are There in Circulation?


Although BSV aims to offer some tangible improvements over BTC, there are some things that these two cryptocurrencies continue to have in common: their maximum supply of 21 million.

Just like Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV also undergoes halvings, where block rewards for miners are cut by 50%. The only difference is that, whereas Bitcoin has now had three of these events – in 2012, 2016 and 2020 – Bitcoin SV has only had one.

How Is the Bitcoin SV Network Secured?


The similarities don’t end here. Bitcoin SV also uses the proof-of-work consensus mechanism. In case you’re unfamiliar with this concept, here’s a reminder: before a block can be added to a chain, miners must find the answer to a complex mathematical puzzle using their computing power. The miner who does this first gets a block reward, and this infrastructure helps to prevent malicious attacks.

Where Can You Buy Bitcoin SV (BSV)?


Bitcoin SV is listed on major exchanges including OKEx and Bitfinex — as well as dozens of smaller platforms. However, it is not listed on Binance. This company decided to delist BSV in 2019 because BSV didn’t meet its standards. To learn more about how you can convert fiat currencies into crypto, click here."

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