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November 26, 2017, 07:03:35 AM
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Okay, since it needs to be done, and somebody's gotta do it, I'm naming the day when one satoshi is on even par with one USD penny as "Satoshi Day". The US dollar is the symbolic de facto fiat and the penny is the smallest unit. A satoshi is the smallest bitcoin unit. When 1 penny = 1 satoshi, we're there.

Things are not as far away as one might think. A single penny is worth only 110 satoshi right now. And with bitcoin rising, that satoshi-to-penny ratio is dropping. Maybe somebody with better math skills can figure out what one penny was worth in satoshi a year ago...must have been a few hundred satoshi to one penny. It's happening.

Traditions will be needed when the Satoshi Day comes. Fireworks? Songs? Lighting your favorite fiat bill on fire and launching it with one of those Chinese lantern things?
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November 26, 2017, 07:06:06 AM
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Will we remove the Satoshi Day again, when price goes down?

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November 26, 2017, 07:14:18 AM
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Okay, since it needs to be done, and somebody's gotta do it, I'm naming the day when one satoshi is on even par with one USD penny as "Satoshi Day". The US dollar is the symbolic de facto fiat and the penny is the smallest unit. A satoshi is the smallest bitcoin unit. When 1 penny = 1 satoshi, we're there. Things are not as far away as one might think. A single penny is worth only 110 satoshi right now. And with bitcoin rising, that satoshi-to-penny ratio is dropping. Maybe somebody with better math skills can figure out what one penny was worth in satoshi a year ago...must have been a few hundred satoshi to one penny. It's happening.Traditions will be needed when the Satoshi Day comes. Fireworks? Songs? Lighting your favorite fiat bill on fire and launching it with one of those Chinese lantern things?

Well, this can be a good idea though people can be too busy watching their Bitcoin goes up and down in their computer or any gadget screen for that matter. Nevertheless, a Satoshi Day to be celebrated online can be a good idea as a way to look back at the colorful history of a very mysterious man and how he was able to gift us an innovation of a lifetime called Bitcoin and the blockchain technology. Maybe Bitcoin leaders can include this idea in their agenda whenever there can be gathering or a conference. It can be a good tool to unify all Bitcoin holders, enthusiasts and lovers all over the world.

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November 26, 2017, 07:17:08 AM
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It seems a good idea but for that, bitcoin price must reach $1.000.000. Some people doubt we will ever reach that figure.

Who knows, maybe this post will be bumped because it reaches that price.

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November 26, 2017, 08:00:47 AM
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Okay, since it needs to be done, and somebody's gotta do it, I'm naming the day when one satoshi is on even par with one USD penny as "Satoshi Day". The US dollar is the symbolic de facto fiat and the penny is the smallest unit. A satoshi is the smallest bitcoin unit. When 1 penny = 1 satoshi, we're there.

Things are not as far away as one might think. A single penny is worth only 110 satoshi right now. And with bitcoin rising, that satoshi-to-penny ratio is dropping. Maybe somebody with better math skills can figure out what one penny was worth in satoshi a year ago...must have been a few hundred satoshi to one penny. It's happening.

Traditions will be needed when the Satoshi Day comes. Fireworks? Songs? Lighting your favorite fiat bill on fire and launching it with one of those Chinese lantern things?

You are 100% correct. The BTC will be the future currency surely.
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