Bitcoin Converter: BTCmBTCBitsSatoshisUSDEURETHLTCMORE Mbtc bitcoin conversion

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This is the best Bitcoin converter for any Bitcoin conversion, like BTC to USD. Bitcoin units include BTC, mBTC, bits, and Satoshis. Fiat currencies include USD (US Dollars), CAD (Canadian Dollars), EUR (Euro), GBP (Great Britain Pounds), and AUD (Australian Dollars). Available altcoins are BCH (Bitcoin Cash), LTC (Litecoin), and ETH (Ethereum).

Please let me know if you want me to add a feature or if you have any ideas for how I can improve this Bitcoin converter.

The Bitcoin Converter Began with BTC and mBTC

I noticed that several people found my original Bitcoin Converter when searching for a way to convert from mBTC to BTC and BTC to USD. While this is an extremely simple Bitcoin conversion, I figured I’d create this BTC converter just in case someone really wanted it. So, here it is, my BTC and mBTC (and now, bits and Satoshis and USD and EUR and GBP) converter. We use the CryptoCompare Price Index for every USD, CAD, EUR, and GBP conversion. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions for improving the Bitcoin converter.

New Bitcoin Unit: Bits

We recently added support for any Bitcoin conversion to or from bits! Bits are one millionth of one Bitcoin or one thousandth of one mBTC. A bit is the same thing as a μBTC or a microbitcoin. Enjoy!

New Currency (9/2/14): USD

You can now convert to and from US dollars with the BTC converter (in addition to Bitcoin, mBTC, and bits). This is perfect for the conversion that everyone needs: BTC to USD. The exchange rate is from CryptoCompare. This Bitcoin converter just keeps getting better!

New Bitcoin Unit (10/1/14): Satoshi

We’ve added the Satoshi to the Bitcoin calculator. The Satoshi is currently the smallest unit of Bitcoin available. There are 100 million of them in one full Bitcoin. All other units (mBTC, bits, USD) are still available, so there are tons of Bitcoin conversion pairs to choose from. Satoshi to BTC? We’ve got that. Want to convert from the Satoshi to USD? You can! This Bitcoin converter is now extremely versatile.

New Currency (3/4/15): EUR

We recently added support for the Euro! Now you can use this calculator to do Bitcoin conversions like BTC to EUR and EUR to BTC. You could even convert something like EUR to USD and see what the rate looks like using Bitcoin as the base currency.

New Altcoins (2/7/16): ETH and LTC

The Bitcoin converter is now an altcoin converter as well! We’ve added support for some of the most popular alternative cryptocurrencies, Ethereum and Litecoin. You can find them by checking the box that says “Show Altcoins” and start converting instantly. If you want to convert from ETH to BTC, we’ve got your back. Or if you need a calculator for Ethereum to Bitcoin, we can do that too. Let us know what altcoin we should add next!

New Altcoin (8/7/2017): Bitcoin Cash

Now that Bitcoin officially forked, I added Bitcoin Cash (also known as Bcash, BCH, and BCC) to the list. For now, I’ll be a primary currency (meaning you don’t have to check the “Show Altcoins” box to see it). But if BCH crashes over time as many expect, I’ll move it into the altcoins area to reduce clutter.

So go ahead! Try out a BCH to BTC conversion and see how much extra value you may have lying around in your old Bitcoin wallets.

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Note: If you just want to convert between Bitcoin, mBTC, bits, Satoshis, and/or USD, use this simple tool.

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Good luck! Let me know if you have any questions!  

Update #4: How about some Chinese Yuan?! Now you can convert any Bitcoin value to or from CNY and the result can be updated automatically. Have fun!

Update #3: We’ve added custom colors to the converter! Now you can select whatever colors you need to make the widget fit in perfectly with your website’s theme! I think it should be self-explanatory, but as always, let me know if you have questions or suggestions!

Update #2: You can now convert to and from bits, which are 1/1,000,000th of a Bitcoin!

Update #1: This tool started out with just USD but now you can convert to and from euros! If you need to post Bitcoin prices based on a constant euro value, this is your tool.

This tool is a Bitcoin converter that allows you to change values or prices from Bitcoin to fiat currency or vice versa. Hopefully this is all self-explanatory but if you have questions, let me know and I should have answers.

Using this Bitcoin converter is perfect for when you are selling something online and want to post a Bitcoin price that is based on a dollar value. When you create an image, the Bitcoin price displayed will automatically adjust with the exchange rate. It’s also perfect for posting the Bitcoin exchange rate on your website (just convert 1 BTC to USD). Of course, there are plenty of other great use cases as well, so you definitely want to try this out.

How to Use the Bitcoin Converter

All you have to do is select how you want to convert and input your value. You can choose which exchange rate you want to use as well. When you’re done, you can embed the provided URL as a PNG image however you like and it will always update automatically. Right now, the US dollar and the euro are the only currencies supported but if you need or want another one, just ask. I can add Bitcoin exchanges or other rate sources by request as well.

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Ever wondered what is an mBTC or uBTC is equal to? Don’t know how to convert uBTC to mBTC or mBTC to BTC and vice versa. In this post we will try to explain bitcoin conversions. First of all, mBTC stand for mili bitcoin and uBTC stands for micro bitcoin. Now crack down the mathematics of bitcoin units.

mBTC = mili bitcoin = 1 thousandth of a bitcoin = 0.001BTC
uBTC = micro bitcoin = 1 millionth of a bitcoin = 0.000001BTC

Another question, why such smaller units? Due to the limited number of bitcoins, 21 million maximum by 2040 and ever increasing value of the “BitCoin” in respect to real world currencies like Dollar and Euro, it continually must be broken down into smaller and smaller denominations.

For example a current exchange rate (13, April 2013) 1 Bitcoin is = to roughly $116.60 U.S. Dollars. By doing simple calculation, 0.001 BTC = 1 mBTC OR a millibitcoin which is 1/1000 of one Bitcoin OR 1/1000 of $116.60 U.S. Dollars. Or About 11 US cents.

I hope next time you see see a website that has prices listed in mBTC or uBTC, you can easily do the math on your own.

Fun fact : 1 Satoshi is the lowest possible unit of bitcoin,  is often used to mean 0.00000001 BTC.