# How Many Satoshis Make a Bitcoin?

A Satoshi is the smallest unit of Bitcoin. This is important because, just as with any other currency, Bitcoin is divisible.

So, if you want to buy a small amount of Bitcoin, you don’t have to buy an entire Bitcoin. You can buy a fraction of a Bitcoin, and that fraction is called a Satoshi.

One Satoshi equals 0.00000001 Bitcoins. This means that, currently, there are about 17 million Satoshis in existence (17,000,000 X 0.

00000001 = 0.0017).

To put this in perspective, if you were to buy one whole Bitcoin right now it would cost you about \$16,000 USD. But if you only wanted to buy 0.

NOTE: Warning: It is important to remember that the value of a single bitcoin is extremely volatile, and there is no fixed ratio of satoshis to bitcoins. The value of a single satoshi can change drastically from one day to the next, which means that the number of satoshis required to make a single bitcoin can also change drastically. Therefore, it is important to do your research prior to converting any amount of satoshis into bitcoins.

00000001 Bitcoins (one Satoshi), it would only cost you \$0.000016 USD!.

Of course, this also means that if Bitcoin ever does reach extremely high prices (like \$1 million USD per coin), then each Satoshi would be worth a LOT of money!

So how many Satoshis make a Bitcoin? The answer is: there are 100 million Satoshis in one Bitcoin.

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