The value of a bitcoin is tied purely to the laws of supply and demand. In other words, the price is determined only by what the market is willing to pay. If more people want to buy bitcoins, then the price will increase. If more people want to sell, the price will decrease.
Bitcoin’s value can be volatile when compared to more established currencies and commodities. This can be attributed to its relatively small market size, and it means that a smaller amount of money can move the Bitcoin price more significantly. This discrepancy will decrease naturally over time as the currency matures and the market size increases.
The Bitcoin price is the monetary cost of a bitcoin. The term *“price”,* as used here, is not to be confused with *“**value**“* which is a perceived regard for Bitcoin’s benefits and usefulness. The Bitcoin price is expressed as an exchange rate in relation to another currency. So, for example, the Bitcoin-to-Dollar exchange rate may be $1,750 for one bitcoin, written as $1,750 BTC/USD.
By design, a **total of 21 million Bitcoins** will be created over 100 years according to a logarithmic release function. At the time of writing, just over 13 million bitcoins are in circulation, meaning that an additional 8 million bitcoins will be mined over the next 95 years. Given this timescale and the decelerating rate of increase of the coinbase, the supply of bitcoin can, for practical purposes, be assumed to be constant.
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