[closed] What is a mBTC?

What down mBTC stand for?

asked 03 Apr '13, 07:26 ZStinch 5113 ZStinch's gravatar image
closed 08 Apr '13, 07:01

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mBTC is Milli Bitcoin. It is equal to 0.001 Bitcoin. Or to say otherwise, 1000 mBTC is equivalent to 1 BTC.

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answered 03 Apr '13, 07:43 vest007 5806 vest007's gravatar image

1 mBTC (milli BTC) = 0.001 BTC,
1 uBTC (micro BTC) = 0.000001 BTC,
1 Satoshi = 0.00000001 BTC

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answered 03 Apr '13, 07:47 alis 1112 alis's gravatar image
edited 03 Apr '13, 07:48

mBTC = millibitcoin = 1/1000 BTC

Not to be confused with MBTC, with a capital M. MBTC = megabitcoin = 1,000,000 BTC

Other measurements include:

kBTC = kilobitcoin = 1,000 BTC

hBTC = hectobitcoin = 100 BTC

daBTC = decabitcoin = 10 BTC

dBTC = decibitcoin = 1/10 BTC

cBTC = centibitcoin = 1/100 BTC

[mu symbol]BTC (also written as uBTC) = microbitcoin = 1/1,000,000 BTC

Satoshi = 1/100,000,000 BTC

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answered 04 Apr '13, 11:31 Freedo 762 Freedo's gravatar image

As described here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=98860.0

As @vest007 explained MilliBTC, it also mean microBTC as well!

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answered 03 Apr '13, 07:47 splat44 4.5k17 splat44's gravatar image

It's pretty simple once you get the hang of it. This is what I keep in mind, I just use the metric system I use in the laboratory.

  • .00000001 BTC = 1 satoshi
  • .0000001 BTC = 10 satoshi
  • .000001 BTC = 1 uBTC (micro)
  • .00001 BTC = 10 uBTC
  • .0001 BTC = 100 uBTC
  • .001 BTC = 1 mBTC (milli)
  • .01 BTC = 10 mBTC
  • .1 BTC = 100 mBTC
  • 1 BTC = 1 BTC
  • 10 BTC = 10 BTC
  • 100 BTC = 100 BTC
  • 1.000 BTC = 1 kBTC (kilo)
  • 10.000 BTC = 10 kBTC
  • 100.000 BTC = 100 kBTC
  • 1.000.000 BTC = 1 MBTC (mega)
  • 10.000.000 BTC = 10 MBTC
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answered 07 Apr '13, 04:09 SdeK 1855 SdeK's gravatar image
edited 07 Apr '13, 04:12

mBTC stands for millibitcoin. It's value is 0.001 BTC.

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answered 03 Apr '13, 08:23 Scythe 1.8k1320 Scythe's gravatar image

mBTC is a millibitcoin. the value is 0.001 BTC and now is equivalent to $ 0.12

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answered 03 Apr '13, 09:22 dryaner 111 dryaner's gravatar image

Present bitmill equivalency it's 0,10€

(03 Apr '13, 09:30) Sapetaso Sapetaso's gravatar image

So here's how it works. Due to the ever increasing value of the "BitCoin" in relation to the rest of the world's currencies, particularly the United States Dollar and the Euro, it continually must be broken down into smaller and smaller denominations.

For Instance as of April 2, 2013 1 BitCoin is = to roughly $138.60 U.S. Dollars.

0.01 BTC = 1 cBTC OR a centibitcoin which is 1/100 of one BitCoin OR 1/100 of $138.60 U.S. Dollars. Or about $1.39 USD

0.001 BTC = 1 mBTC OR a millibitcoin which is 1/1000 of one BitCoin OR 1/1000 of $138.60 U.S. Dollars. Or About 14 US cents.

Depending on which currency you want to use, this formula should pretty much work once you have that currencies value in relation to 1 BTC.

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answered 03 Apr '13, 19:54 nordikgal 111 nordikgal's gravatar image
edited 03 Apr '13, 19:57

There's also called bitmill or btm in some places.

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answered 04 Apr '13, 09:45 Samsnitch 111 Samsnitch's gravatar image
edited 04 Apr '13, 09:46

Yes milliBTC and microBTC

1uBTC=0.000001 BTC (one millionth of a bitcoin)

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answered 04 Apr '13, 13:01 Deathrider3 1 Deathrider3's gravatar image

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