Calculating how much bitcoin your U.S. dollars can buy may seem like a straightforward calculation, but with the natural and expected fluctuations in bitcoin price, you may need to check this calculation on a regular basis. Online crypto calculators pull up-to-the-minute exchange information so you can estimate crypto to fiat currency rates down to the satoshi.
What is a crypto calculator for?
Crypto calculators are convenient online tools that can quickly convert fiat currency like USD into BTC. These calculators can help you easily determine how much bitcoin you can get for the amount of money, in U.S. dollars or another fiat currency, you would like to spend.
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Please note: Prices seen in the calculator are only an estimate, and actual rates may vary. Please also consider that this calculator does not include any transaction fees that may be incurred during a purchase. Remove all commas in the USD amount field for better results.
What are the latest BTC to USD rates?
The latest BTC to USD rates are in near-constant flux. The exchange rate goes up and down constantly, several times per day, so each day has a historical record price at the open/close, at the high/low, and several points in between.
To get a taste of the average cost of one bitcoin to USD, here’s how much crypto buyers paid per bitcoin on these dates (all prices are at close or end of the day):
- January 1st, 2021: $29,374.15
- February 1st, 2021: $33,537.18
- March 1st, 2021: $49,631.24
- April 1st, 2021: $59,089.81
- May 1st: 2021: $57,828.05
- June 1st, 2021: $36,684.93
Is volatility good or bad for bitcoin?
Bitcoin’s price volatility, or how drastically and often its price fluctuates, has been a popular criticism for almost a whole decade. Sure, it can be hard to watch an asset rise and fall in price beyond your wildest expectations, but we need to remember how young bitcoin actually is in the grand scheme of things. Bitcoin was only created in 2009, the US dollar has been around (in its modern form) since about 1913. Bitcoin is destined to grow, and its growth is reflected in its volatility. The good news is that bitcoin’s volatility has been almost exclusively to the upside since 2009.