Bitcoin SV Price
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Follow the Bitcoin SV price in euro
Above this text you see the last price of Bitcoin SV and a chart showing how the coin has performed over the last 24 hours.
Bitvavo provides this data along with the price for the last seven days, the last 30 days, the performance since the beginning of the year (defined as YTD), and even since the very first listing of the Bitcoin SV price (click on ALL, which stands for all-time).
The chart is interactive and gives you information to make an informed choice. You can also do calculations with BSV and buy Bitcoin SV directly.
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BSV is traded 24/7 and never stops. Where traditional stocks take a break during the evening and night, cryptocurrency trading goes on and on.
BSV price in euros and dollars
In the table below this text you can see what the Bitcoin SV price did over a month and week, neatly below each other, so you can see a trend. You will also see the current market capitalization and the highest and lowest price in the last 24 hours.
If you want to see the quotes in dollar instead of euro, just click on the currency you prefer (USD or EUR). With all these data you can make a good choice and do some research.
Please note that the price may vary by a few euros compared to the prices provided at the top of the page. This is due to the fact that two different suppliers provide the data.
The history of Bitcoin SV’s price
As explained earlier on the Bitcoin Cash price history page, some managers were not satisfied with the block size of the original Bitcoin.
One side felt that the original explanation of Satoshi Nakamoto shouldn’t be changed, and two sides were formed. Therefore, in August 2017, the decision was made to split, and a hard fork was used to create a new currency. In addition to the original Bitcoin, called Bitcoin Cash.
One of the team members of Bitcoin Cash was Craig Wright. Craig was not too happy with the development of Bitcoin Cash and insisted on creating a new coin so he could continue with Satoshi’s Vision. He wanted a new coin called Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision, also known as Bitcoin SV.
That’s why Bitcoin Cash was split into Bitcoin Cash ABC and Bitcoin Cash Satoshi Vision. Most people leave out the “Cash-” part of that last name and just call it Bitcoin SV.
In November 2018, after Bitcoin Cash’s hard fork, the first notation of Bitcoin SV was around € 114, but it soon decreased to between € 60 and € 70.
Craig Wright continued to provoke reactions via social media and the crypto community was done with it. Changpeng Zhao was also done with it and decided to delete Bitcoin SV from Binance after a warning. More exchanges followed and it was thought that this was the end of BSV.
The opposite turned out to be true when the Bitcoin SV price rose to € 245 in mid-2019. By the end of 2019, the price dropped again to around €88 and there was little attention for this currency.
At the beginning of 2020, especially with all the stories about Craig Wright and the so-called Tulip Trust, the Bitcoin SV value rose above € 340. Some investors thought that Wright would really get the private keys in January. Wright himself has admitted that the pumps are not natural but are done by whales.
What the future brings is unpredictable, but Bitcoin SV started 2020 well. A lot depends on the credibility of Craig Wright. He still haven’t proved himself that he is the real Satoshi.
Bitcoin SV historical prices
To help you further you will find in the table below the historical BSV prices of the past week.
How is the Bitcoin SV price established?
As with any stock or asset traded, the Bitcoin SV price is created by balancing the price that the sellers want to have and the price that the buyers want to offer. If there are a lot of buyers for a small number of sellers, the price goes up. Conversely, it is exactly the same and so the price goes down with more sellers than buyers.
The difference compared to a classic currency like the dollar or the euro, for example, is that crypto trading is still quite new and therefore does not really have its own press service. So, for Bitcoin SV, it usually depends on crypto making a positive entry in the world news to make sure the price goes up steadily.
In recent years, crypto has seen a growing interest in the markets and generally has higher annual lows. But of course, this is no guarantee for the future.
The Bitcoin SV price shown on this page is an average of all cryptocurrency exchanges offered by BSV. So, there may be a price difference between the different exchanges.
Bitcoin SV price prediction
Anyone who has read a financial newspaper like the Financial Times or the Wall Street Journal, will have noticed that cryptocurrency has risen from a kind of oddity to an acceptable investment.
Whereas, just a few years ago, it was dismissed as purely speculative, now even institutions like the European Central Bank (ECB) are thinking about integrating crypto into their daily trading. They also want to put more pressure on companies that trade with crypto in Europe.
This is good news for crypto and it also means that the classic traders are accepting it more and more. The more new money enters the market, the more positive this is for the overall market.
Please note that, as with everything else, this is no guarantee for the future.
What do you need to take into account with the Bitcoin SV price?
Bitcoin SV, like any other crypto, is an investment with high price volatility. This means that the Bitcoin SV price can easily become more than five percent higher or lower in 1 day. The crypto market is still very small compared to traditional currencies, and if a big player (what is called a whale) makes a big move, the price can react heavily to it.
If you prefer a stable investment and something called a defensive stock, then this may not be for you. If you like adventure and want to learn new things, then cryptocurrency is for you. Our advice is to always research a project first and not just invest in something. Know what you are investing in and like we always say: “never put more money in than you are willing to lose”.
How to invest in Bitcoin SV?
As with all coins, our knowledge base and the menus at the top provide you with a whole range of information that will allow you to make a good choice before you start making an investment. For example, we suggest a page explaining where to buy Bitcoin SV. This will allow you to choose your own broker and do some good research.
Before you start, we suggest that you weigh up the pros and cons of this currency and the investment involved.
Frequently asked questions about the Bitcoin SV price
Is the price displayed in real time?
Yes, the price is real-time and updated instantly. We depend on the data provided by external suppliers. In theory, it is possible that the price is a few (milli)seconds behind.
Do you show both the euro and the US dollar price?
Yes, you have the opportunity to view both prices, including other price information. The euro price is displayed by default, but you can choose to see the USD price.
How far can I look back in the past?
The complete history of BSV can be seen until the first listing in 2018.
What other information can I see?
In addition to the current price and price history, we show more data. For example, you can see the percentage difference between the last 24 hours and the last week and month. You can also see the market capitalization in euro, the highest/lowest BSV price of the last 24 hours and the volume.