BTC has increased by 7,749,999,900%

November 1, 2021 will be the 13th anniversary of the release of the Bitcoin white paper “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”.

The global financial crisis broke out in 2008 13 years ago. On November 1 of the same year, a person who called himself Satoshi Nakamoto published a Bitcoin white paper on the P2P foundation website. Stated his new vision for electronic money-Bitcoin was born.

On January 3, 2009, the Bitcoin genesis block was born. At that time, the price of each BTC was 0.0008 US dollars. Now BTC has appreciated 7,749,999,900% since its launch, and is currently basically above 60,000 US dollars.

Morgan Creek founder Pomp and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey both tweeted to commemorate the 13th anniversary of the Bitcoin white paper. Jack Dorsey also added the hashtag “thankyousatoshi” (#thankyousatoshi) to his tweet.

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