Bitcoin was introduced in 2009, and the world changed after that. The Satoshi Revolution declares the economic and philosophical context, explaining how the introduction of crypto has introduced freedom in financial action. Satoshi revolution analyzes the role of decentralization and privacy in financial freedom. The major problem with the conventional currency is that it needs you to trust the middlemen. The modern financial system is affected by the third party’s motives, and users are at the mercy of those intentions. Satoshi revolution acknowledges the trustless system where intermediaries can be avoided, and the financial functions carry on regardless of anyone’s intentions.
How many Satoshi makes a Bitcoin?
Satoshi is the tiniest unit of Bitcoin and it is named after the creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. There are 100 million satoshis are equal to 1 Bitcoin. In other terms, it means that a single Satoshi is equal to one-hundredth millionth of a Bitcoin.