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Is bitcoin infinitely divisible? What I mean is I see that you can use say 0.000034 pieces of a bitcoin. Is there any point where it’s too small? On top of that how does using pieces of a bitcoin help prevent inflation if 1 bc could potentially have the same value as 1mil bitcoin?
Thank you for legitimate answers.
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If Bitcoin is infinitely divisible, how is it still deflationary?

I think I understand how inflation can come from fiat central banks printing money to increase the supply. But if we can divide Bitcoin into arbitrarily (effectively infinitely?) small amounts, isn't that the same as an infinite supply? I am missing something when they say Bitcoin is deflationary.
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Colored Coins as IPO's?

Hello,
Does anyone have experience using the concept of coin coloring to distribute IPO's for a new corporation? Can anyone speak to the effectiveness of this concept, any pros and cons? Perhaps any technical challenges while attempting to utilize this method?
On a tangent; does this coloring method make your bitcoins infinitely divisible?
Thank you kindly in advance for any insight or input.
Zerp
(for reference sake, www.coinprism.org is one example of this service provider)
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Bitcoin: one nation, infinitely divisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Reach for the stars.
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The Number Zero and Bitcoin.... such a thoughtful essay. Just remember that finite digital money is infinitely divisible

https://medium.com/@breedlove22/the-number-zero-and-bitcoin-4c193336db5b
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Stupid question, since bitcoin is infinitely divisible, what makes 1btc more valuable than 0.1btc ?

Just wanted to know the current point of view on the issue. LTC is on fire, btc is on a run too. I have been a holder of both for a long time, I believe in the technology, just wondering.
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Politician Rick of pirate party said Bitcoin is infinitely divisible currently 16 decimals I thought there's only 8 satoshi? /r/btc

Politician Rick of pirate party said Bitcoin is infinitely divisible currently 16 decimals I thought there's only 8 satoshi? /btc submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Someone needs to tell Bill Gross that bitcoin is infinitely divisible. He just told Bloomberg it's not divisible AT ALL.

Someone needs to tell Bill Gross that bitcoin is infinitely divisible. He just told Bloomberg it's not divisible AT ALL. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Despite banks using bitcoin as a unit of accounting, and prototypes like colored coins being successful, butters use children's videos to reassure themselves that an infinitely divisible coin can still be valuable and scarce.

Despite banks using bitcoin as a unit of accounting, and prototypes like colored coins being successful, butters use children's videos to reassure themselves that an infinitely divisible coin can still be valuable and scarce. submitted by RON-PAUL-IN-MY-ANUS to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Why is bitcoin ('digital gold') considered finite (only 21 million coins), when it is infinitely divisible? /r/Bitcoin

Why is bitcoin ('digital gold') considered finite (only 21 million coins), when it is infinitely divisible? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If BTC is infinitely divisible, how is this different from unlimited supply? /r/Bitcoin

If BTC is infinitely divisible, how is this different from unlimited supply? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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If inflation and deflation are pointing to money supply, and bitcoin is infinitely divisible, doesn't that mean neither will happen?

What people are really talking/worried about are deflationary/inflationary forces right? ie. what happens to your purchasing power when either thing happens.
so in the future i think it's feasible that when anything is sold, that price is uploaded in real time so people can immediately see how much is fair exchange value.
so it wouldn't even matter if people hoarded their coins right?
plz correct me if i'm compeltley off
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"Bitcoins are infinitely divisible" - why does this make sense when compared against transaction fees?

I see arguments on here saying that even if BTC prices get too high, the denominations are infinitely divisible and thus are not a worry.
Although that may be true in theory, as a practical matter I don't think that makes sense. Transaction fees are currently .0005btc, and @ $125USD that makes it equivalent to about 6 cents. At $1000, a .0005btc fee is about 50 cents. If the fee increased to .001btc like some people are advocating for, it gets raised to $1.
At some point, the price may get so high that it will make little, everyday transactions unfeasible. The pack of gum at the grocery store, the candy bar from the vending machine, the Costco hot dog... at some point the transaction fees will be greater than the price of the item. This is important if, as some are advocating for, bitcoin is to take over as a new form of currency. A currency should be able to handle all of the little transactions on top of the big ones.
So why does the "infinitely divisible" rationale make sense? I am admittedly a bitcoin noob, but Google didn't seem to turn up any results for my inquiry.
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Bitcoin will do this until it's absorbed it all Fiat in circulation, & since Fiat Currency is infinitely printed, it will only continue to absorb all fiat being created, continue to grow

Bitcoin will do this until it's absorbed it all Fiat in circulation, & since Fiat Currency is infinitely printed, it will only continue to absorb all fiat being created, continue to grow submitted by IToldYouToBuyBitcoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Subredditstats are bullish too :)

Subredditstats are bullish too :) submitted by InvestWise89 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Can bitcoin be divisible by an infinite amount.?

Theres 21 million bitcoins but how out the decimal place? Its infinite.
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Can bitcoin be divisible by an infinite amount.? /r/Bitcoin

Can bitcoin be divisible by an infinite amount.? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If Bitcoin is infinitely divisable then why will the "production" of them stop around 2140?

As we know the BTC-reward is divided by half sometimes (I don't know the exact condition). Why it can't be divided more in 2140? Or people are just oversimplyfing in their explainations?
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Bitcoin inflation?

I've read that bitcoin is infinitely divisible. How is this not inflationary? I keep reading the supply is only 21 million bitcoin (minus what's lost), what prevents just putting more zeros on the right side of the decimal?
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