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  • Sobre Bitcoin (BTC)

    Bitcoin originated from a financial crisis in the United States in 2008. At that time, a large number of U.S. borrowers were unable to repay on time, causing banks to fall into a liquidity crisis. The U.S. government continued to print dollars to try to rescue the market, which eventually intensified the collapse of the "trust foam", leading to the outbreak of the financial crisis. The event fully exposed the fatal shortcomings of the centralized model: the central institution between the two parties to the transaction may not always play a positive role.

    On November 1 of the same year, Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin, released a paper entitled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. In the paper, he first mentioned an e-currency whose design is based on cryptography and relies on blockchain technology, which can solve the problem of transaction trust. He called this digital currency "Bitcoin".

    How does Bitcoin (BTC) Work?

    Unlike traditional finance, Bitcoin is completely "decentralized". Anyone in the world can directly conduct Bitcoin transactions at any place as long as they are connected to the Internet, without any intermediary or individual.

    Behind Bitcoin is a completely decentralized and highly consensus network, and the blockchain technology that supports the Bitcoin network. In the Bitcoin network, each node is responsible for maintaining the security of the system and the effectiveness of transaction information. Meanwhile, it records transactions and broadcasts the transaction information to share the ledger information to the whole network.

    In the whole Bitcoin network, everyone (node) can keep accounts and broadcast bills, and each transaction will be recorded in a chain composed of many blocks. Since the capacity of each block is limited, if the transaction information in the previous block is saturated, a new block will be generated to record the new transaction information. At this time, the latest "to be validated" transaction will determine the bookkeeping right of the new block through the "problem-solving speed" of many miners (nodes). Nodes (i.e. miners) participating in the competition for bookkeeping rights need to use powerful computer hardware to solve very complex mathematical problems. The first miner who solves the problem will receive Bitcoin rewards and subsequent handling fees. This process is also known as "mining". The mechanism that nodes compete for the bookkeeping rights of new blocks by solving workload is also called PoW (proof of work consensus mechanism).

    According to the setting in the white paper, Bitcoin cannot be generated indefinitely through mining. Its algorithm stipulates that for every 210,100 blocks (approximately four years), the block reward of Bitcoin will be halved. Presently (2022), the reward of Bitcoin blocks is 6.25. It is expected that the fourth reward will be halved in May 2024, and Bitcoin will be halved from 6.25 to 3.125 at that time. It is expected that all of Bitcoin will be "dug up" in 2140.

    What is Bitcoin (BTC) ?

    Bitcoin is a revolutionary digital asset. It breaks the central position of central banks in the traditional financial system and returns the trading / issuance rights to everyone.

    We can understand Bitcoin as a payment system, which is similar to the online payment means used in our real life. The difference is that Bitcoin is decentralized, without any central server, and is completely interwoven by Bitcoin holders and global node networks. There is no issuer in the Bitcoin network. Because there is no guarantee and endorsement from an intermediary, it can better resist the occurrence of trust crisis and inflation.

    Bitcoin (BTC) Crypto Wallet

    In addition to placing BTC in the Gate.io exchange to facilitate trading, Bitcoin can also be placed in the crypto wallet.

    Cryptocurrency wallets are different from wallets in daily life. Crypto wallets do not store cryptocurrency, but store the address used to trade Bitcoin and the private key matching the address. The address is used to store cryptocurrency. The private key is used to confirm the transaction. The cryptocurrency wallet can be simply understood as a data package that stores bank cards and bank card passwords.

    According to different network environments, cryptocurrency wallets can be roughly divided into "cold wallets" and "hot wallets". Cold wallets are offline wallets, which refer to local offline wallets that are not connected to the Internet. Because the cold wallet is not connected to the Internet, it can better resist hacker attacks and has more advantages in saving cryptocurrencies. On the other hand, the cold wallet also has the shortcoming that once the account password and other information to log in the wallet are lost, the wallet can no longer be used or the cryptocurrency can be retrieved. Hot wallet, also known as online wallet, refers to the cryptocurrency wallet connected to the Internet. When using the hot wallet, you need to enter the local login information, and you can enter the wallet only after the server authentication. In the Internet environment, the hot wallet can carry out cryptocurrency transfer, collection and other operations at any time, which is more convenient and faster than the cold wallet, but it is also vulnerable to hacker attacks.
  • Bitcoin Mercado

    Moeda Cotação Alteração de 24h Ação
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    $26916.2 -0.1% Negociar
    $26949.9 -0.31% Negociar
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Bitcoin Perguntas Frequentes

  • 1. O que determina o preço de Bitcoin?
    Há duas escolas de pensamento para determinar o preço de Bitcoin.

    A título de valor intrínseco: Envolve tipicamente métricas na cadeia, métricas de projeto e métricas financeiras de Bitcoin, conhecidas coletivamente como análise fundamental. A lei de oferta e demanda, tokenomics, caso de uso, roteiro do projeto, assim como os regulamentos e a governança envolvidos afetariam o valor do Bitcoin de uma perspectiva de longo prazo.

    Por meio de ação de preços: Analisado principalmente com padrões gráficos de velas e indicadores técnicos, como MACD, RSI e as faixas de bollinger, a análise técnica prevê o preço de Bitcoin com base no fato de que a história tende a se repetir. Como os gráficos dos castiçais são uma representação geral da emoção do mercado, os anúncios de notícias e o sentimento da comunidade podem ser também significativos fatores de ação de preços para Bitcoin.

    Os HODLers tendem a preferir a natureza de longo prazo da análise fundamental, enquanto os operadores de curto prazo tendem a confiar mais na análise técnica. Na realidade, ambas as análises podem combinar e criar cenários interessantes para Bitcoin e para o mercado de moedas criptográficas como um todo.
  • 2. Qual é o preço mais alto de Bitcoin na história?
    Bitcoin atingiu o recorde histórico de $69044.80 em 2021-11-10 e está sendo negociado atualmente a $26916.20 .
  • 3. Qual é o preço mais baixo de Bitcoin na história?
    Em 2013-07-06 , Bitcoin atingiu a mínima histórica de $67.81 .
  • 4. Devo comprar Bitcoin agora?
    É importante lembrar que Bitcoin, como todas as outras moedas criptográficas, estão sujeitas a condições extremas de mercado, políticas jurídicas, gestão de equipes de projeto e outros fatores imprevisíveis. Como tal, as moedas criptográficas flutuam muito, e é importante administrar seu próprio nível de risco. Os usuários são aconselhados a fazer sua própria pesquisa ao tomar decisões de investimento no mercado cripto.

Bitcoin Notícias

Bitcoin Miner CleanSpark Buys 12,500 Bitmain Machines for $40.5M

Bitcoin Miner CleanSpark Buys 12,500 Bitmain Machines for $40.5M

CleanSpark has been buying up assets during the bear market to reach its 2023-end of 16 EH/s, but discounts are getting smaller.
Fonte: coindesk Publicado: 2023-06-01
First Mover Americas: Bitcoin Begins June Dropping Back Below $27K

First Mover Americas: Bitcoin Begins June Dropping Back Below $27K

The latest price moves in bitcoin (BTC) and crypto markets in context for June 1, 2023. First Mover is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter that contextualizes the latest actions in the crypto markets.
Fonte: coindesk Publicado: 2023-06-01
Last BTC price dip before a $30K breakout? Bitcoin wipes weekend gains

Last BTC price dip before a $30K breakout? Bitcoin wipes weekend gains

A limp monthly close ends with Bitcoin closing its weekend futures gap, but BTC price action continues to disappoint.
Fonte: cointelegraph Publicado: 2023-06-01
‘Not just Bitcoin price’ — Dan Tapiero shares tips on navigating the bear market

‘Not just Bitcoin price’ — Dan Tapiero shares tips on navigating the bear market

Veteran trader Dan Tapiero said the most important thing for traders is to make rational judgments that aren’t impacted by people’s fears.
Fonte: cointelegraph Publicado: 2023-06-01
Bitcoin Recedes to $27K as Fed's Mester Favors Unabated Tightening

Bitcoin Recedes to $27K as Fed's Mester Favors Unabated Tightening

"I don't really see a compelling reason to pause rate hikes," Fed's Master said, validating the recent hawkish repricing of interest rate expectations in the U.S.
Fonte: coindesk Publicado: 2023-05-31
Bitcoin fragments could become more valuable than full Bitcoins

Bitcoin fragments could become more valuable than full Bitcoins

Collectors known as “sat hunters” are collecting satoshis from rare Bitcoin — and those fragments may eventually be worth more than regular Bitcoin.
Fonte: cointelegraph Publicado: 2023-05-31
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