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June 05, 2011, 04:18:42 PM
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What do you mean by "the client GUI only support 2 digits after"? The Bitcoin client supports splitting Bitcoins into units that are 1/100,000,000 BTC each (i.e., 0.00000001 BTC).
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Oh, I think I get your question...you're just asking if it's normal for BTC to be split into units of less than 0.01, right? Yes, that's perfectly normal. Bitcoins were designed to be very divisible, so that if they ever become very expensive relative to other currencies, people can split them up into smaller units and continue using them as a medium of exchange.
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