Difference between revisions of "Satoshi"
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A "satoshi," often shortened to "sat," is the smallest unit of bitcoin that can be used in a transaction. It equates to about 0.00000001 bitcoins. It is named after Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin.
When a person frequently buys small amounts of bitcoin, they are said to be "stacking the sats."
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