Introducing The Satoshi All Time History Index

INDEX:SATSUSD   Satoshi all time history index
Starting today you can chart, follow, and research the price of Satoshis going back to 2010. Our new index is called Satoshi All Time History Index.

Satoshis, or sats , are the smallest unit of bitcoin ( BTC ). 100,000,000 satoshis make up one Bitcoin .

Satoshis are particularly important to the Bitcoin community because transaction fees are often measured as satoshis per byte or satoshis/byte. This makes the unit important to chart, follow, and analyze in detail. In addition, some people see sats as a useful way of addressing unit bias – where people prefer whole units over a fraction of a unit.

To get started with our new index, type SATSUSD into the search box and select it from the list. You can also bookmark the SATSUSD symbol page or share the link where needed.

We hope everyone enjoys this new addition. Please leave any comments or questions below.

Thanks for reading!
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TradingView chiragrai965
@chiragrai965, Thank you! We will let the team know.
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Bitpal488 chiragrai965
@chiragrai965, Hello friend
Now all we need is for exchanges to adopt it ... and 🚀🌙
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ArShevelev Nico.Muselle
@Nico.Muselle, and Satoshi to the dollar plz!
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theheirophant ArShevelev
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I don't get it. All you have to do is move decimal separator from standard btc/usd ?
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This is dollars per SAT, we need SATS per dollar too!
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@Broom, Just type USD/SATSUSD
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