If the price of dogecoin reached $100, then the entire supply of dogecoin (its market capitalization) would be worth $11,891,919,329,400, or nearly US$12 trillion. ... Dogecoin is worth US$0.002847 as of my typing this (less than a penny), and the value would have to go up 35,124.69X to get to US$100.
On top of, how do I cash out Bitcoin to Fiat?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges do not allow you to deposit funds using fiat money - however, some do. This is how it works: you deposit your Bitcoin into the exchange, then, once the exchange has received your Bitcoin, you can request a fiat currency withdrawal. The most common way to do this via a bank (wire) transfer.
Beyond that, are Cryptocurrencies fiat money? Fiat money (or fiat currency) is currency that a government has declared to be legal tender. Cryptocurrency is not legal tender and not backed by a government. Fiat roughly means, “let it be done.” Cryptocurrency implies, “a decentralized and digital medium of exchange governed by cryptography.”
As a result, why is Bitcoin considered fiat money?
Fiat money has attributed value because a government declares it legal tender - it has no intrinsic value. ... Bitcoin has intrinsic value beyond the trust of its community. Bitcoin doesn't lean on a system of debts, its value boils down to how effective it is as a medium of exchange.
What are the disadvantages of fiat money?
Value Tied to Government – one of the cons of fiat money is that the money will only have value for as long as the people believe and accept that it has value. It is only backed the full faith of the government, no physical asset.