When it comes to financial topics – or most other topics as well – most non-financial-professional people think in terms of a “Bitcoin price.” They do so because they are so accustomed to thinking of “price” in terms of their national currency. “Price” of an item to Americans means what something costs in terms of U.S. Dollars.
Bitcoin, however, is global. There is not one sole, realtime Bitcoin price. There are dozens of simultaneous Bitcoin prices. For instance, there is the current Bitcoin price in Euro, the Bitcoin price in Yen, and the Bitcoin price in U.S. Dollars. That’s just three prices of Bitcoin, all existing at the exact same time. There are many more.
Here are the charts for Bitcoin prices in all of the world’s major currencies: