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BTCV Price:
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Market Cap:
$7.8 M

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The price of #BTCV today is $2.51 USD.

The lowest BTCV price for this period was $0, the highest was $2.51, and the current live price for one BTCV coin is $2.50670.

The all-time high BTCV coin price was $18.21.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of BTCV with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.


The code for BITCOIN VAULT crypto currency is #BTCV.

BITCOIN VAULT is 1.5 years old.


The current market capitalization for BITCOIN VAULT is $7,841,650.

BITCOIN VAULT is ranking downwards to #616 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a weak daily trading volume on #BTCV.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for BITCOIN VAULT is $333.


The circulating supply of BTCV is 3,128,276 coins, which is 22% of the total coin supply.

A highlight of BITCOIN VAULT is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


BTCV has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #BTCV, and you can view them on our BTCV disambiguation page.



What is a metaverse and what does it matter for the cryptocurrency market?

Metaverse has become fairly popular recently, around 2021. Mainly thanks to Facebook, which changed the name of his company Meta to emphasize the company’s commitment to this new trend. But what is metaverse? And what is the significance for the cryptocurrency market? Metaverse is a new technology and at the same time a virtual reality in which the user functions thanks to his avatar. Today, the metaverse is also a digital economy with an important share of the NFT. Cryptocurrencies can act as currencies in the metaverse. Metaverse, or what? Metaverse is — according to Wikipedia — a network of 3D virtual worlds focused on a social connection. In futurism and science fiction, it is often described as a hypothetical new version of the Internet as one universal virtual world. In futurism and science fiction, the metaverse is a hypothetical iteration of the Internet as a single, universal and immersive virtual world that is facilitated by the use of virtual reality and augmented reality headsets. The term “metaverse” is derived from the science fiction novel “Snow Crash” from 1992. It is about combining the words “meta” and “universe”. Various metavers have been developed for common use (Second Life is an example). To put it more clearly, metaverse is a new version of virtual reality in which the user functions and has his avatar — that is, a virtual character that represents him in these digita...

Secure your cryptocurrency investments.

A few things you can do to secure your cryptocurrency investments. There are many security measures you can take. Unlike traditional financial instruments, cryptocurrencies do not have fail safes in place to protect you. Hackers or user-error can cause you to lose your cryptocurrency investments.Secure your cryptocurrency investments. Remember: NEVER invest more than you can afford to lose when investing in something as risky as crypto. Tip 1: Buy a Paper Notebook. Tip 2: Use the Paper Notebook to Store All Crypto-Related Account Info & Create Paper Backups. Tip 3: Scan Your Computer for Malware and Secure it with Cyber Security Software. Also Consider Keystroke Encryption Software. Tip 4: Require a Password on Your Phone & a Passphrase to Request New SIM Cards. Never Publicly Display Your Phone Number or Cell Phone Provider Online. Tip 5: Create Unique, Long, Secure Passwords for Each Crypto-Related Account. NEVER Store them on a Device Connected to the Internet. Store them in Your Paper Notebook (with Paper Backups!) Tip 6: Create a New Email Address with a Unique Handle You’ve Never Used Before to Use Exclusively with Your Crypto Accounts. Tip 7: Research, Research, Research to Learn which Wallets and Exchanges to Use when Investing in Cryptocurrency. Quadruple Check ALL URL’s and then Bookmark the URL’s to Access Safely. Beware of Fake Look-a-Like Websites! Tip 8: Setup 2FA, or 2 Factor Authentication, fo...

PancakeSwap and BTCV Cook up Some Liquidity

In traditional banking, liquidity has always been a bit of a failsafe. When global markets take a downturn, investors begin thinking about cashing out or moving their money. But this is only possible if an investor’s portfolio is full of liquid assets.PancakeSwap and Bitcoin Vault BTCV liquidity Decentralized Exchange DEX In the world of cryptocurrency, liquidity is a proactive way to make a profit. This is all thanks to the uniqueness of decentralized, digital ledgers. With access to PancakeSwap, a Decentralized Exchange (DEX) showing phenomenal growth, BTCV users can now take advantage of a wider selection of liquidity options. Getting to Grips with Liquidity Unlike traditional exchanges, there are neither market makers nor asset custodians in a DEX. And, since there is no centralization for cryptocurrency, there is no single platform that enables asset trading. For that, you are going to need a DEX. Decentralized Exchanges, The rise of Decentralized Exchanges (DEXes) led to the creation of liquidity pools, where users really put their coins to work. You can think of liquidity pools as funds locked into a smart contract. In one liquidity pool, there is a pair of tokens. BNB and CAKE, for example. Each time a liquidity pool is created, the user is opening a new trading market for that pair of tokens. This means users can now swap and trade the two tokens. Users are rewarded for pairing tokens in pools with Liquidity Pr...

The evolution of international money transfers

Transferring money online is as simple as tapping a button on your phone. Whether you want to send it to your neighbor or somebody on the other side of the world, there is an abundance of apps that can make it happen. But things weren’t always that simple. In this article, we will go over the history of money transfers, starting from the 15th century and ending with the advent of cryptocurrency. — Money transfers pre-internet - The Medici family — 15th to 18th centuries The first known case of international money transfers dates back to the 15th century. The Medici family, originally from Italy, began opening locations across Europe to exchange currencies for traveling textile merchants. To facilitate it, they used a double-entry account book that showed both local and foreign currency. Accountants across the world still use this double-entry method. Amsterdam Forex market — 17th century By the late 17th century, word of the Medici family’s methods spread around Europe. This led to the first official opening of the foreign exchange market (Forex) in Amsterdam. In 1704, the first foreign money transfer between two governments took place. Agents acting on behalf of England and Holland met at the Amsterdam Forex market and successfully exchanged currencies. Western Union — 19th century The next big step in international transfers came in 1851 when the New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegrap...

A token of our appreciation: BTCV enters a new market

Currently, the three most popular letters in the crypto world are NFT, which stands for non-fungible token. Unlike some blockchain acronyms, this one went beyond the industry and has been adopted by popular culture. But what is an NFT? And what does it mean to be fungible or non-fungible? Don’t worry… the answers are coming. What is a digital token? Tokens are the children of assets, which are items that represent value. There are two types of assets, physical (property, gold, computing equipment) and non-physical (patents, trademarks, software). Tokens represent these assets, both physical and non-physical. What is fungibility But, as mentioned, there are two types of tokens, fungible and non-fungible. These terms might be new to you, but you can also think of them as “interchangeable” and “non-interchangeable”. A Sony PlayStation is an interchangeable asset. When you order a console from a retailer, they send you one chosen at random from a warehouse. If the one you receive is faulty, you can exchange it for a carbon copy. This is how fungible tokens work. However, the modifications you make to a character in a game are unique. From footwear and clothing to abilities and weaponry, each item is one-of-a-kind that cannot be divided or exchanged with equal value. This is how non-fungible tokens work. Why so much hype? You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about NFTs recently. The main reason for this is the inf...

SkillzVault Gaming Talent Show: a bridge between pros and amateurs

Esports gives many people what they desire: money and entertainment. But for those taking their first steps in this business, breaking out as professionals may be challenging. So, the industry sets up competitive spaces that bring together pros and amateurs. Now, get ready for SkillzVault — a talent show created by Bitcoin Vault in partnership with ESE Entertainment. Let’s start with a story. It’s about a boy named Brian and his passion for soccer. His mom enrolls him in the local sports club. Over time, he joins a class with a sports profile. He trains a lot and develops his skills. If he is talented, he will get the chance to compete with professional players. Will he be as successful as Messi or Neymar? It is difficult to say because not everything depends on him. But he has a clear path that he can follow if he wants to become a pro. This is how it looks in traditional sports. In esports, the story is more complicated. Highly competitive sector There are amateur leagues or special programs at schools and universities for those who want to enter the professional world of sports. But the transition from an amateur to a pro is not like going on a slide. It’s more like squeezing oneself through a bottleneck. There are no drafts in esports. Here, what matters the most is getting a high rank and gaining a reputation in the community. There is so much competition that some people are likely to be discouraged and gi...

SkillzVault Gaming Talent Show: influence the future

Ask any expert in a competitive field for the secret to success. The answer won’t be money, fame, or power. No, the most valuable currency in this world is influence. If you’ve got it, there isn’t much you cannot do. But how do you get it? Well, if you are a gamer, you are in luck. Bitcoin Vault (BTCV) is proud to announce its sponsorship of SkillzVault. This gaming talent show will connect gaming enthusiasts with the most influential players in esports. The when, the where, and the what BTCV created SkillzVault in partnership with ESE Entertainment. It will run from July 28 to November 21 in five countries: Brazil, China, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam. These countries are some of the biggest cryptocurrency and mobile gaming markets in the world. Gamers play two games throughout SkillzVault. Peacekeeper Elite is the game of choice for China. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is the game played in the other four countries. These games are two of the most popular in the world of esports. Their prize pools are also some of the most lucrative. The events will be broadcast worldwide via the SkillzVault Twitch profile. Followers of participating influencers can also watch social media live streams of events. Popular platforms for influencers include afreecaTV, TikTok (Douyin in China), Instagram, Twitter, Mildom, and YouTube. We want you! If you are interested in gaming and follow or take part in esports, we want to hear...

Going undercover: what are wrapped tokens?

Xbox owners will never know the eerie brilliance of Ghost of Tsushima. Likewise, PlayStation owners will never experience Halo’s intergalactic warfare without an Xbox or a PC. Until recently, holders of cryptocurrency had similar experiences. Blockchains were not designed to communicate with each other. On the one hand, this made every blockchain benefit more valuable. But on the other, it disadvantaged users looking for more options and experiences. Fortunately, this is no longer an issue. What are wrapped tokens? Wrapped tokens represent one cryptocurrency on another blockchain. For example, BTC holders use Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) when interacting with Ethereum. The value of these tokens is pegged to the native currency: WBTC 1.00 is equal to BTC 1.00. For a long time, BTC users could not take advantage of Ethereum’s utilities, including decentralized apps (DApps) and smart contracts. Since these are some of the industry’s most powerful tools, BTC users were highly disadvantaged. Wrapped tokens were developed to solve the problem of interoperability. How do wrapped tokens work? There isn’t any actual wrapping involved. Instead, the original asset is put in a kind of digital vault. This enables the creation of a tokenized version of the asset. Wrapped tokens let users spend time on foreign blockchains without paying extra for the privilege. It will be easier to understand with an example. Wrapped tokens in pract...

How your business can accept crypto payments

Cryptocurrency is becoming ever-present as an alternative payment method for online merchants. However, for many smaller online stores, accepting crypto payments can be a daunting and unfamiliar task. Fortunately, it’s easier than it seems. In our previous article, we discussed the many advantages adopting crypto payments could bring to your online business. In this article, we’ll get into the details of how to accept cryptocurrency payments on your site. Option 1: Direct crypto payments You can accept direct cryptocurrency payments without an intermediary. In this case, you will need to set up a personal wallet. However, it can be quite inconvenient and risky if proper precautions are not taken. The first step is to download and install your “hot” crypto wallet for everyday use. Do not use it to store large amounts. The best option is to use a multi-coin wallet, such as Freewallet or Lumi, which supports all major cryptocurrencies. The next step is to set up your “cold” wallet. This is where you will keep the majority of your crypto. Popular cold wallets include Ledger and Trezor. You should transfer the extra funds from your hot wallet to your cold wallet at the end of each day. Then you have to integrate the public key address or QR code of each crypto you wish to support on your business platform. The “receive” option in your wallet will provide you with an address and QR code that you can use on your ...

The primary ways to invest in crypto

The soaring prices of Bitcoin have brought a lot of hype upon cryptocurrency. Global industry leaders such as Tesla and JP Morgan have already jumped on board, directing mainstream attention into the decentralized space. Many are attracted by the investment possibilities but are not familiar with the crypto environment. If that’s your case, we will cover the basic options offered by cryptocurrencies to those who are interested in this technology as an investment opportunity. There are many approaches to choose from, depending on your taste. For those who are just testing the crypto waters, there are conservative strategies that rely primarily on price fluctuation. Meanwhile, those interested in a fast-paced and exciting environment can explore the trading options. If you are already confident in your crypto knowledge, you can make your coins work for you through innovative Decentralized Finance platforms. No matter how conservative or aggressive your approach, it is paramount to keep in mind the high volatility of cryptocurrencies. Prices can vary in large amplitudes in a matter of minutes. This aspect sits at the core of everything related to crypto investments. In the same way that the market may generate high rewards, there are equally high risks. It is crucial to do proper research and understand the crypto space before going all-in on any investment opportunity. Hold on for dear life! Even if cryptocurrency is a highly...

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