What Does SATOSHI Mean?

SATOSHI means "Smallest Unit Of Bitcoin (Cryptocurrency Term)".

SATOSHI is the name given to the smallest unit of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. It represents one hundred millionth of a Bitcoin.

The SATOSHI is named after Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin who, in 2008, published the paper that jumpstarted the development of the cryptocurrency.

Summary of Key Points

"Smallest Unit Of Bitcoin (Cryptocurrency Term)" is the most common definition for SATOSHI on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Smallest Unit Of Bitcoin (Cryptocurrency Term)
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:

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When I write SATOSHI, I mean this:

meaning of SATOSHI
A SATOSHI is just one hundred millionth of a Bitcoin.


Examples of SATOSHI in Sentences

Here are examples of SATOSHI being used in conversations:
  • Kid: Can I go tonight? I promise I won't be back late.
  • Parent: If I had a SATOSHI for every time I've heard you say that...
  • Hey buddy, can you spare a SATOSHI?

An Academic Look at SATOSHI

SATOSHI is officially the forename of the inventor of Bitcoin, SATOSHI Nakamoto. When used to refer to the smallest unit of Bitcoin, SATOSHI is being used as a noun (i.e., a naming word).

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin didn't exist.

Example of SATOSHI Used in a Text


See Also

Glossary of Cryptocurrency Terms Currency Symbols altcoins (alternative currencies (cryptocurrency term)) blockchain (public online ledger (cryptocurrency term)) btfd (buy the f*cking dip (cryptocurrency term))