What are sats?
Short for Satoshis, Sats are the smallest unit of a bitcoin.
One Satoshi equals one-hundred-millionth of a Bitcoin (0.00000001 BTC)
There are 100,000,000 Sats in a Bitcoin.
- 100,000 SATS | Hundred Thousand Club
Welcome to the club, you’re offically a bitcoiner now! You have chosen the orange pill and after the knowledge you’ll gain there’s no turning back!
- 1,000,000 SATS | 1 Million Sats Club!
Stacking Sats, and its paying off! You’ve made it to the Millionaires Club! You officially have 0.01 bitcoin, that’s 1 million Satoshis!
- 10,000,000 SATS | 10 Million Sats Club!
Your deep in the game now. You likely understand the S2F models, halvings, and have a better understanding of finance.
- 25,000,000 SATS | 25 Million Sats Club!
Calculate Current Rates
Fiat is losing purchasing power at an alarming rate. Over the past 10 years bitcoin has proven to be the worlds best savings vehicle with an annualized return of 230%.
Find the current rates against USD for your Sats!
See for yourself
Enter any amount to the right and select a date to see how much you would have stacked had you started saving earlier. Remember, basic rules of supple and demand apply here and supply gets cut in half every four years (known as the halving).
Did you know…
Sats run on top of the Bitcoin network, the most secure payment network in the world! Best of all, when bitcoin pumps, sats pump, and they are cheaper!!!
Sats don’t just mirror the movement of bitcoins, sats ARE bitcoins! They are simply a smaller domination of a bitcoin. Named after Satoshi Nakamoto, sats are just are a unit of measurement.
In Bitcoin’s early days, bitcoins where measured as whole units mostly due to their smaller value. But as the network has grown, and the value of a bitcoin has increased, it no longer makes sense to measure in such large units.
There will only ever be 21 Million bitcoins created, but bitcoins have unlimited divisibility, with sats being their smallest unit of measurement.