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#1 How many Bitcoins will there ever be?
There are currently close to 4.3 million Bitcoins left that aren’t in circulation yet. With only 21 million Bitcoins that will ever exist, this means that there are about 16.7 million Bitcoins currently available as at Dec 2018.
#2 What was the highest Bitcoin price recorded so far?
In December 17, 2017, Bitcoin traded at over $20,000 on several exchanges.
#3 What is a Mining Pool?
Bitcoin mining pools are a way for Bitcoin miners to pool their resources together and share their hashing power while splitting the reward equally according to the amount of shares they contributed to solving a block
#4 The total number of shares of a company’s stock multiplied by the current share price is the
Market capitalization (market cap) is the market value of a publicly traded company’s outstanding shares. Market capitalization is equal to the share price multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.
#5 A “no-load” mutual fund is one that…
Not all mutual funds charge sales loads. Called no load funds, these funds do not charge a front-end sales charge or a deferred sales charge.
#6 When was the largest difference between the lowest and highest intraday prices of Bitcoin?
On November 19, 2013 – the day’s high price was almost twice the day’s low price. The range for Bitcoin price for the month of Nov 2013 was $350–$1,242.
#7 In what year did Bitcoin have the largest relative growth so far?
In January 2013, Bitcoin price was $13.40. In January 2014, it was worth $747, 55 times higher. Trading in 2013 was largely contained to the now-defunct bitcoin exchange Mt Gox – in its heyday, as much as 90% of the world’s non-OTC bitcoin trading traffic passed through the market.
As for volmes, 2017 recorded the highest volumes ever in Bitcoin trading.