BTC Live Price Converter
BTC to GBP Calculator
Bitcoin (BTC), founded in 2009 by an anonymous creator with the alias "Satoshi Nakamoto," is the first decentralized cryptocurrency and payment system to achieve widespread adoption.
Although the concept of digital currencies is not new, bitcoin is unique because it is not controlled by any central authority. Instead of relying on conventional financial infrastructure, bitcoin transactions occur directly between users on the distributed ledger known as the blockchain. Blockchain allows transactions to be verified, recorded, and organized in a transparent, immutable way. When new transactions are approved and added to the ledger, the network updates every user's copy of the ledger to show the latest changes.
Because of its decentralized nature, bitcoin has no singular source of failure, which makes it almost impossible to compromise.Bitcoin’s network and code are public, so anyone with a device and an internet connection can freely engage in the network and inspect and distribute its code as they see fit.
Since its inception, bitcoin has quickly risen to prominence to become the world’s most recognized digital currency. It also sparked the creation of other similar digital assets. Competing cryptocurrencies either aim to replace bitcoin as a payment system or build on its capabilities and act as utility or security tokens.
Bitsgap’s bitcoin converter will help you keep track of bitcoin’s price relative to other coins and adjust your trading to reflect the latest market changes.
Real-time BTC Price Rates in GBP
BTC Price Information
BTC Live Data
The current BTC price is £ 22 729.83, which is -0.35% change in the past 24 hours and 4.62% in the past 7 days. With a circulating supply of 21M, BTC’s live market cap is £ 443B. The 24-hour trading volume is £ 9.5B.
The conversion rates are calculated using the Live BTC Price Index along with other digital asset price indices. The BTC/USD exchange rate is updated in real-time.
Follow Bitsgap’s crypto converter and calculator for 24/7 live updates of the exchange rates between crypto and fiat currencies, including BTC, ETH, XRP to USD, EUR, GBP.
BTC Supported Exchanges
The exchange rate of Bitcoin is decreasing.
The current value of 1 BTC is 22 729.83 GBP. Inversely, 1.00 GBP would allow you to trade for 0.000044 BTC, not including platform or gas fees.
In the last 7 days, the exchange rate has increased by 4.62%. Meanwhile, in the last 24 hours, the rate has changed by -0.35%. This time last month, the value of 1 BTC was 20 383.88 GBP, which is a 10.32% decrease from where it is now. Looking back a year, BTC has changed by +4 604.46 GBP.
BTC to GBP
|Asset||Today at 05:46 AM|
|0.5 BTC||11 364.92 GBP|
|1 BTC||22 729.83 GBP|
|5 BTC||113 649.17 GBP|
|10 BTC||227 298.35 GBP|
|50 BTC||1 136 491.73 GBP|
|100 BTC||2 272 983.47 GBP|
|500 BTC||11 364 917.33 GBP|
|1000 BTC||22 729 834.66 GBP|
GBP to BTC
|Asset||Today at 05:46 AM|
|0.5 GBP||0.000022 BTC|
|1 GBP||0.000044 BTC|
|5 GBP||0.00022 BTC|
|10 GBP||0.00044 BTC|
|50 GBP||0.0021998 BTC|
|100 GBP||0.0043995 BTC|
|500 GBP||0.0219975 BTC|
|1000 GBP||0.043995 BTC|
Today vs. 24 hours ago
|Asset||Today at 05:46 AM||24 hours ago||24H Change|
|0.5 BTC||£11 364.92||£11 404.99|
|1 BTC||£22 729.83||£22 809.98|
|5 BTC||£113 649.17||£114 049.92|
|10 BTC||£227 298.35||£228 099.83|
|50 BTC||£1 136 491.73||£1 140 499.17|
|100 BTC||£2 272 983.47||£2 280 998.33|
|500 BTC||£11 364 917.33||£11 404 991.67|
|1000 BTC||£22 729 834.66||£22 809 983.34|
Today vs. 1 month ago
|Asset||Today at 05:46 AM||1 month ago||1 month Change|
|0.5 BTC||£11 364.92||£10 191.94|
|1 BTC||£22 729.83||£20 383.88|
|5 BTC||£113 649.17||£101 919.39|
|10 BTC||£227 298.35||£203 838.78|
|50 BTC||£1 136 491.73||£1 019 193.91|
|100 BTC||£2 272 983.47||£2 038 387.82|
|500 BTC||£11 364 917.33||£10 191 939.08|
|1000 BTC||£22 729 834.66||£20 383 878.16|
Today vs. 1 year ago
|Asset||Today at 05:46 AM||1 year ago||1 year Change|
|0.5 BTC||£11 364.92||£9 062.69|
|1 BTC||£22 729.83||£18 125.37|
|5 BTC||£113 649.17||£90 626.87|
|10 BTC||£227 298.35||£181 253.75|
|50 BTC||£1 136 491.73||£906 268.74|
|100 BTC||£2 272 983.47||£1 812 537.48|
|500 BTC||£11 364 917.33||£9 062 687.42|
|1000 BTC||£22 729 834.66||£18 125 374.85|
Depending on where you’re located, you can purchase bitcoin through a variety of sources, including digital wallets, ATMs, and brokers. However, a cryptocurrency exchange is the most popular choice for trading bitcoin.
Before buying, check Bitsgap’s bitcoin converter and crypto market cap calculator, do your research, and develop a trading strategy to succeed in earning money.
A bitcoin wallet is a piece of software or specialized hardware that secures, sends, and receives bitcoin. Contrary to popular belief, the wallet doesn’t actually store bitcoins but secures the cryptographic keys that prove the bitcoins’ ownership. Whenever you execute a transaction and transfer the ownership of bitcoins to another person, the network assigns the receiver's keys as the new "password" for accessing the bitcoin.
To own bitcoins and conduct bitcoin transactions, you need a private key and a public key. Both are randomly generated alphanumeric characters used to encrypt and decrypt transactions. A public key is generated from a private key using a one-way algorithmic formula. Since it’s almost impossible to regenerate the private key from the public key, you’ll have to make sure you don’t lose them.
In addition, you’ll have a public address, which is an encoded or abbreviated version of your public key. To receive bitcoin, share your public address, just like you do with your physical address to receive snail mail. To execute transactions, you’ll need the public address of the recipient, along with your two keys to encrypt and sign your transactions.
To start trading bitcoin on Bitsgap, you’ll have to sign up first. After you do that, you’ll get a seven-day free trial on the PRO plan. With Bitsgap’s PRO plan, you can start as many as 250 DCA and 25 GRID bots, not to mention unlimited smart orders and futures trading.
Your next step will be connecting Bitsgap to your exchange account via an encrypted API key. You can connect up to 15 exchanges (including Binance!) to a single account on Bitsgap and operate on them almost simultaneously by switching to different exchanges via the terminal.
After linking your exchanges, you’re ready to roll and execute your first bitcoin trade or start a bot. For example, if bitcoin’s price is dipping, you can buy into the dip by starting the BTD bot to start accumulating your bitcoin portfolio at a discount.
Don’t forget to come back to Bitsgap’s bitcoin converter to check prices in real-time!