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What's the current bitcoin market cap?

What's the current bitcoin market cap? submitted by DigiFinex to DigiFinex [link] [comments]

At $56 IOTA would be equal to current Bitcoin market cap, I think IOTA is worth way more!

What do you think IOTA(M) is worth?
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If 1% of the US stock market (total 25 trillion) moves to bitcoin (1% = 0.25 trillion) that will triple the current bitcoin market cap of 0.12 trillion. 20k bitcoin is coming sooner than you think. I'm bullish bitcoin

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Whatsapp valued at $19 Billion, Instagram valued at $35 Billion. The current Bitcoin Market Cap is under $5 Billion and people think it is a "bubble"

Whatsapp valued at $19 Billion, Instagram valued at $35 Billion. The current Bitcoin Market Cap is under $5 Billion and people think it is a submitted by mastermind1228 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

In ten years, it would take more than five times the current bitcoin market cap to pay off just that one year's increase in debt created by the tax bill the US Senate just passed. /r/Bitcoin

In ten years, it would take more than five times the current bitcoin market cap to pay off just that one year's increase in debt created by the tax bill the US Senate just passed. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If 1% of the US stock market (total 25 trillion) moves to bitcoin (1% = 0.25 trillion) that will triple the current bitcoin market cap of 0.12 trillion. 20k bitcoin is coming sooner than you think. I'm bullish bitcoin /r/Bitcoin

If 1% of the US stock market (total 25 trillion) moves to bitcoin (1% = 0.25 trillion) that will triple the current bitcoin market cap of 0.12 trillion. 20k bitcoin is coming sooner than you think. I'm bullish bitcoin /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] In ten years, it would take more than five times the current bitcoin market cap to pay off just t...

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Leave alone the debt they were already going to accrue that year. Leave alone every year before and after that.
Yes, there is definitely a bubble.
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In ten years, it would take more than five times the current bitcoin market cap to pay off just that one year's increase in debt created by the tax bill the US Senate just passed.
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TIL that, if you travelled in kilometers as much as the current Bitcoin market cap is, you could fly around the world approximately 431,954 times. /r/Bitcoin

TIL that, if you travelled in kilometers as much as the current Bitcoin market cap is, you could fly around the world approximately 431,954 times. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Verizon buys AOL for more than the current Bitcoin Market Cap.

Verizon buys AOL for more than the current Bitcoin Market Cap. submitted by mastermind1228 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Whatsapp valued at $19 Billion, Instagram valued at $35 Billion. The current Bitcoin Market Cap is under $5 Billion and people think it is a "bubble"

Whatsapp valued at $19 Billion, Instagram valued at $35 Billion. The current Bitcoin Market Cap is under $5 Billion and people think it is a submitted by moon_drone to BetterBitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Market Cap - why does no one seem to account for the alleged 4 billion lost Bitcoins?

So obviously Bitcoin market cap is calculated by multiplying Bitcoins currently in existence and current Bitcoin price
General consensus is that current Bitcoin market cap is around 200 billion, seeing as 18.5 million bitcoins have been mined and current price is roughly 10,500 per BTC.
But supposedly 4 million Bitcoins have been lost and are unrecoverable, which should make the current outstanding number of Bitcoins ~14.5 million which, when multiplied by $10,500, gives us a market cap closer to 150 billion.
This seems to be a significant enough discrepancy that it would be worth noting, but no one quotes the market cap accordingly.
Why is this?
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Over 600K Bitcoins, currently worth almost $7 billion, is owned by public companies. This represents about 3.3% of the total circulating supply of BTC and 2% of the entire cryptocurrency market cap !

Over 600K Bitcoins, currently worth almost $7 billion, is owned by public companies. This represents about 3.3% of the total circulating supply of BTC and 2% of the entire cryptocurrency market cap ! submitted by magnuspetrus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What is the amount of energy consumed by Bitcoin since 2009 in dollar terms? Is it smaller or bigger than the current market cap?

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Over 600K Bitcoins, currently worth almost $7 billion, is owned by public companies. This represents about 3.3% of the total circulating supply of BTC and 2% of the entire cryptocurrency market cap ! (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Over 600K Bitcoins, currently worth almost $7 billion, is owned by public companies. This represents about 3.3% of the total circulating supply of BTC and 2% of the entire cryptocurrency market cap ! (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin as gold in a time of economic experimentation and geo-political tension

Boss Crypto Letter To Investors #5 - August
Note: Research data compiled from blockchain.info, coinmetrics and unchainedcapital.
Bitcoin As Gold
The narrative around Bitcoin as “digital gold” or “gold 2.0” has been strengthening in recent months and we have even seen Bitcoin slip into a strong inverse correlation to US stocks. For us, this is not a new story and the potential for Bitcoin to shine in this arena is something we have been propagating for years. The topic is hotly debated given the potential diversification benefits that exposure to Bitcoin has in portfolio construction. There are certain times when Bitcoin trades in line with risk assets, selling off when equity volatility spikes and when liquidity runs dry, however it has little to no correlation with traditional asset classes like commodities, bonds, currencies, or stocks.
The world unfolding around us is brewing the perfect storm that most perma Bitcoin bulls have been waiting for since the beginning. Bitcoin has only ever existed in a global bull-market and perhaps for the first time in 10 years that might be about to change. Amid extreme monetary policies and rising geopolitical tensions the narrative for Bitcoin as digital gold has scarcely been stronger. Combine this with the fact that investors are starving for growth and unable to hit their benchmarks with traditional portfolio’s the comparison between the current Bitcoin market cap and the market cap for investible gold becomes an enticing proposition. The best part? A comparison to gold might not even be the end of the road for Bitcoin. Right now there are almost no assets that largely sit outside the purview of any single government. If we see the political tensions in our world rise and the ability of these governments to service their debts comes into question the demand for non-sovereign assets is likely to boom.
The rising risk of currency devaluation, especially among reserve currencies, combined with its non sovereign nature is a longer-term catalyst that may propel BTC to new untold heights. The opportunity cost of not holding Bitcoin is getting higher every day as the long-term outlook for traditional asset classes and growth continues in a downward spiral.
Late In The Cycle
In this edition I wanted to take a step back to look at the global macro economic environment. I believe that we are entering an era where the understanding of economics and appropriate investment principles will be imperative for success. As of July we have now officially seen the longest period of sustained growth in history and it’s getting late (perhaps very late) in that cycle.
-Bleak global growth projections -Trade wars -Weak inflation -$14 trillion of negative yielding debt -Unprecedented monetary policies -Late in the cycle stimulus -Declining corporate profits -Stocks rallying into the promise of rate cuts and additional stimulus -Explosion of low quality credit -Explosion of IPO’s showing just as explosive losses
The global slowdown everyone has been fearing is starting to show up in economic data. With short term interest rates already low economic stimulus measures may need to be more extreme to be effective. The central banks of our world are preparing the global market for more rate cuts and additional stimulus as they attempt to prolong the current economic expansion, seemingly “forever”. The implication of economic policies favouring growth (including the forecast for multiple rate cuts by the end of 2019) are already impacting market prices and portfolio structure.
As we have talked about many times in previous letters, investors are being pushed further and further out on the risk curve in their search for a return high enough to satisfy their benchmarks. With government debt yields, fixed income and traditional value assets underperforming the focus has shifted to growth assets throwing support behind Bitcoin for the time being. Money Supply and Risk Assets Monetary policy plays a significant role in markets. When there is an increase in the money supply there tends to be a strong performance in risk assets while at the same time pushing investors further out the risk curve as they compete for the best returns. Lower rates and more relaxed monetary policy not only encourages borrowing (creating a surplus of money) it also forces investors to change the way they invest because it damages the potential returns from traditionally safe assets.
It is speculated that the Fed will keep the door open for further rate cuts by the end of 2019, but be careful when analysing how much of this has already been priced into the markets, including Bitcoin. Generally speaking investors are willing to pay higher multiples when the other alternatives available to them are unattractive.
Right now bond yields across the board from sovereign to corporate debt are very unattractive which has pushed investors towards equities.
Analysis The almost illogically high concentration of Bitcoin and high-caps in our portfolio has continued to bring in immense rewards over the past few months. There were only 12 projects with a market capitalization over $15 million which outperformed Bitcoin year-to-date. UTXO Analysis When looking at the base of Bitcoin holders compared to our previous reports not much has changed in the last three months. Holders in the 3-5 year bands have decreased however the reason for the decrease is not from selling, it is because they have been moved into the 5+ year bands which is sitting around all time highs at 21.5% of total Bitcoin supply. ​ The only longer dated band with a noticeable amount of sellers was the 1-2 year band where sellers accounted for about half of the 1.8% decline in that band, and a shift into the 2-3 year band representing the other half. By far the largest amount of selling during the recent rally can be found in the youngest bands. Holders in the 3-6 month band and 6-12 month band respectively. The 3-6 month band has come down from down from 10.2% to 6.8% with selling accounting for the majority of the drop.
Liquid Supply ​ (Defined as coins that have moved in the last 90 days)
The majority of this liquid supply is continuing to come from short term UTXO’s (traders). When compared to the previous cycle bottom we can see a very similar pattern emerge.
Around July 2015 the liquid supply began to increase as trading activity began to draw in speculators again. During this same period long term holders remained unphased. This type of movement is correlated with a rise in volatility as trading volumes begin to influence the velocity of price. From a cyclical perspective it is likely that volatility is peaking now. If that proves to be true it is likely that the liquid supply will again decrease over the coming months.
It wasn’t until then 2017 bull run that long term holders started to contribute to the increased liquid supply, so without large increases or decreases in price I feel it is unlikely that long term holders will be drawn into trading and the current cycle of holding will dominate.
Conclusion
One thing that I would like for you to remember here is that despite the potentially favorable economic environment for Bitcoin it is very important to note the following: In the face of any serious economic downturn, market crash or correction there will be a shortage of credit and a shortage of liquidity. This forces investors to sell off assets as they scramble for cash and risk assets are often sold off first. When investors need cash, they may need to sell their Bitcoin, no matter how badly they “wish” to hold it. A prudent Bitcoin investor will understand that Bitcoin is still an asset and has not yet proven itself in serious crisis as a miracle hedge, or even as a viable digital gold.
. . .
Taken from the Boss Crypto VIP Newsletter at: https://bosscrypto.co/
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What is the amount of energy consumed by Bitcoin since 2009 in dollar terms? Is it smaller or bigger than the current market cap? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Bitcoin Dominance Slides to 12-Month Low as Crypto Market Cap Tests Resistance (current BTC/USD price is $11,823.69)

Latest Bitcoin News:
Bitcoin Dominance Slides to 12-Month Low as Crypto Market Cap Tests Resistance
Other Related Bitcoin Topics:
Bitcoin Price | Bitcoin Mining | Blockchain
The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools.
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Tesla Stock Surpasses $1200 — Now 30% Higher Than Bitcoin Market Cap (current BTC/USD price is $9,244.50)

Latest Bitcoin News:
Tesla Stock Surpasses $1200 — Now 30% Higher Than Bitcoin Market Cap
Other Related Bitcoin Topics:
Bitcoin Price | Bitcoin Mining | Blockchain
The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools.
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The cryptocurrency market is recovering quickly, and with the recent growth of Bitcoin, a lot of altcoins also performing good now. This time we made a list of the top 10 projects, in our opinion, with a current market cap under $10 million, which you can take a closer look at. #Generation_Crypto

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The Bitcoin Bubble may cause problems for all of us.

It's no secret to any of you that Bitcoin is currently in a staggeringly large bubble. Between the time I now write this and one year ago, the Bitcoin price has increased from $640 to its current value of $5700 - an annual increase of 890%. This actually means bitcoin is one of the fastest appreciating financial assets in U.S. history (all similar rises were, of course, bubbles).
While last month it seemed that this meteoric rise might slow on bad news in the form of China shutting down crypto exchanges, this turned out to not be the case. Bitcoin has continued to rise at a truly impressive pace. While this current environment would seem like a bubble ready to burst, I would argue otherwise.
The story from Wall Street right now is that in fact, many more people want to invest in bitcoin than are currently doing so. However for many of these investors, the headache of having to go to bitcoin exchanges and learn about wallets etc. is keeping them at bay. They are waiting for more traditional instruments to come out of Wall Street before jumping on board.
And those instruments are coming. With Goldman Sachs discussing opening up bitcoin operatons, Bitcoin ETF's finally passing muster and being allowed to open, cryptocurrency based investment funds such as the one provided by Metis Management or the EToro's Crypto Fund coming online, and Wall Street beginning to have talks of creating Crypto futures markets, people's access to pathways to Crypto investment is increasing rapidly. Hedge fund managers are also trying to get in on the current action.
This means that Bitcoin and other cryptos are in the process of coming to a much larger market. Of course I don't have to remind any of you that the fundamentals of bitcoin have not really changed since the sub $200 price levels of 3 years ago. Its essentially the same tech. Further, acceptance by business has hardly increased at all(anecdotally it has decreased, those "Bitcoin Accepted Here" stickers are gathering dust).
The irrational exuberance of the Bitcoin markets, which until now have mostly been available to dedicated enthusiasts, are opening up, and the irrationality is spreading. When Wall Street does fully jump on board, we are going to see a price run up that will make the current run look pretty cute in comparison.
The current Bitcoin market cap stands at 94.6 billion, but it bears remembering that all other cryptos have historically walked in near lock step with bitcoin, especially on the downward side of the bubbles we've seen in the past. The total market capitalization of all cryptos is 169.1 billion. While this is already staggering for an "asset" that provides little more than a chance to speculate, with Wall Street really jumping on board this number could skyrocket. Compare the figure 169 billion to a single blue chip stock, such as Apple's $805 billion capitalization, and you can get a feel for how much untapped money Wall Street can provide.
Further, Bitcoin no longer represents an isolated speculative bubble. Nvidia recently reported that sales of mining equipment accounted for a full 10% of their revenue. Many companies, mostly tech companies, have been using coin ICO's as a way to get around federal regulation, meaning that the value of coins is funding a lot of startup activity in Silicon Valley. ICO offerings now provide more start up funds than venture capitalism, the traditional way that startups are funded. A crash in cryptos would be devastating to these ventures.
Blockchain technology unrelated to bitcoin is also taking off in a big way. Companies are starting to look at blockchains as a way to manage many operations, and are getting huge funding, based largely on the current exuberance of the bitcoin market. Look to IBM's "Blockchain Labs" for a blue chip example. A big drop in bitcoin's price will shake investor faith in these companies and provoke sell offs. Even governments are jumping on board. The state of Delaware recently launched the Delaware Blockchain Initiative to provide services to companies located in state.
Whether any crash of the bitcoin sphere will ripple further than the tech world is unsure. That all depends on how "all in" Wall Street manages to get before something causes it to pop. If total crypto market cap reaches 1 trillion, which at current growth rates would only take a year, you can bet your ass that the pretty highly leveraged and longest running bull market since World War 2, which we are currently in, will take a hit. How bad of a hit depends on how much debt investors are willing to take out to jump on the bitcoin train.
However, even if the bubble bursts now there will be knock on effects for those of us working in tech. And I can tell you one thing: If a fucking internet coin that I never had an interest in buying causes a market crash that affects me personally, I will be quite annoyed.
tl;dr Bitcoin and cryptos are now big enough that the popping of the current bubble will have wider effects on the economy as a whole.
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Bitcoin as gold in a time of economic experimentation and geo-political tension

Boss Crypto Letter To Investors #5 - August
Note: Research data compiled from blockchain.info, coinmetrics and unchainedcapital.
Bitcoin As Gold
The narrative around Bitcoin as “digital gold” or “gold 2.0” has been strengthening in recent months and we have even seen Bitcoin slip into a strong inverse correlation to US stocks. For us, this is not a new story and the potential for Bitcoin to shine in this arena is something we have been propagating for years. The topic is hotly debated given the potential diversification benefits that exposure to Bitcoin has in portfolio construction. There are certain times when Bitcoin trades in line with risk assets, selling off when equity volatility spikes and when liquidity runs dry, however it has little to no correlation with traditional asset classes like commodities, bonds, currencies, or stocks.
The world unfolding around us is brewing the perfect storm that most perma Bitcoin bulls have been waiting for since the beginning. Bitcoin has only ever existed in a global bull-market and perhaps for the first time in 10 years that might be about to change. Amid extreme monetary policies and rising geopolitical tensions the narrative for Bitcoin as digital gold has scarcely been stronger. Combine this with the fact that investors are starving for growth and unable to hit their benchmarks with traditional portfolio’s the comparison between the current Bitcoin market cap and the market cap for investible gold becomes an enticing proposition. The best part? A comparison to gold might not even be the end of the road for Bitcoin. Right now there are almost no assets that largely sit outside the purview of any single government. If we see the political tensions in our world rise and the ability of these governments to service their debts comes into question the demand for non-sovereign assets is likely to boom.
The rising risk of currency devaluation, especially among reserve currencies, combined with its non sovereign nature is a longer-term catalyst that may propel BTC to new untold heights. The opportunity cost of not holding Bitcoin is getting higher every day as the long-term outlook for traditional asset classes and growth continues in a downward spiral.
Late In The Cycle
In this edition I wanted to take a step back to look at the global macro economic environment. I believe that we are entering an era where the understanding of economics and appropriate investment principles will be imperative for success. As of July we have now officially seen the longest period of sustained growth in history and it’s getting late (perhaps very late) in that cycle.
-Bleak global growth projections -Trade wars -Weak inflation -$14 trillion of negative yielding debt -Unprecedented monetary policies -Late in the cycle stimulus -Declining corporate profits -Stocks rallying into the promise of rate cuts and additional stimulus -Explosion of low quality credit -Explosion of IPO’s showing just as explosive losses
The global slowdown everyone has been fearing is starting to show up in economic data. With short term interest rates already low economic stimulus measures may need to be more extreme to be effective. The central banks of our world are preparing the global market for more rate cuts and additional stimulus as they attempt to prolong the current economic expansion, seemingly “forever”. The implication of economic policies favouring growth (including the forecast for multiple rate cuts by the end of 2019) are already impacting market prices and portfolio structure.
As we have talked about many times in previous letters, investors are being pushed further and further out on the risk curve in their search for a return high enough to satisfy their benchmarks. With government debt yields, fixed income and traditional value assets underperforming the focus has shifted to growth assets throwing support behind Bitcoin for the time being. Money Supply and Risk Assets Monetary policy plays a significant role in markets. When there is an increase in the money supply there tends to be a strong performance in risk assets while at the same time pushing investors further out the risk curve as they compete for the best returns. Lower rates and more relaxed monetary policy not only encourages borrowing (creating a surplus of money) it also forces investors to change the way they invest because it damages the potential returns from traditionally safe assets.
It is speculated that the Fed will keep the door open for further rate cuts by the end of 2019, but be careful when analysing how much of this has already been priced into the markets, including Bitcoin. Generally speaking investors are willing to pay higher multiples when the other alternatives available to them are unattractive.
Right now bond yields across the board from sovereign to corporate debt are very unattractive which has pushed investors towards equities.
Analysis The almost illogically high concentration of Bitcoin and high-caps in our portfolio has continued to bring in immense rewards over the past few months. There were only 12 projects with a market capitalization over $15 million which outperformed Bitcoin year-to-date. UTXO Analysis When looking at the base of Bitcoin holders compared to our previous reports not much has changed in the last three months. Holders in the 3-5 year bands have decreased however the reason for the decrease is not from selling, it is because they have been moved into the 5+ year bands which is sitting around all time highs at 21.5% of total Bitcoin supply. ​ The only longer dated band with a noticeable amount of sellers was the 1-2 year band where sellers accounted for about half of the 1.8% decline in that band, and a shift into the 2-3 year band representing the other half. By far the largest amount of selling during the recent rally can be found in the youngest bands. Holders in the 3-6 month band and 6-12 month band respectively. The 3-6 month band has come down from down from 10.2% to 6.8% with selling accounting for the majority of the drop.
Liquid Supply ​ (Defined as coins that have moved in the last 90 days)
The majority of this liquid supply is continuing to come from short term UTXO’s (traders). When compared to the previous cycle bottom we can see a very similar pattern emerge.
Around July 2015 the liquid supply began to increase as trading activity began to draw in speculators again. During this same period long term holders remained unphased. This type of movement is correlated with a rise in volatility as trading volumes begin to influence the velocity of price. From a cyclical perspective it is likely that volatility is peaking now. If that proves to be true it is likely that the liquid supply will again decrease over the coming months.
It wasn’t until then 2017 bull run that long term holders started to contribute to the increased liquid supply, so without large increases or decreases in price I feel it is unlikely that long term holders will be drawn into trading and the current cycle of holding will dominate.
Conclusion
One thing that I would like for you to remember here is that despite the potentially favorable economic environment for Bitcoin it is very important to note the following: In the face of any serious economic downturn, market crash or correction there will be a shortage of credit and a shortage of liquidity. This forces investors to sell off assets as they scramble for cash and risk assets are often sold off first. When investors need cash, they may need to sell their Bitcoin, no matter how badly they “wish” to hold it. A prudent Bitcoin investor will understand that Bitcoin is still an asset and has not yet proven itself in serious crisis as a miracle hedge, or even as a viable digital gold.
. . .
Taken from the Boss Crypto VIP Newsletter at: https://bosscrypto.co/
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