New Symbol for Bitcoin Sats Proposed: Reverse ‘S’ & Vertical Strikethrough

• Arman The Parman proposed a new symbol for Bitcoin sats – a reverse “S” and a vertical strikethrough, which symbolizes the 21 million Bitcoin hard supply cap.
• The symbol is a vertically-reversed or horizontally-reversed dollar sign, representing the anti-dollar or dollar-killer.
• The symbol has received an overwhelmingly positive response from Twitter, with many suggesting that the reverse “S” and strikethrough can represent the first and last letters of “Satoshi.”

Arman The Parman, a passionate Bitcoin educator, recently proposed a new symbol for Bitcoin sats – a reverse “S” and a vertical strikethrough. This symbol symbolizes the 21 million Bitcoin hard supply cap and has been met with an overwhelmingly positive response from the Bitcoin community.

The symbol is a vertically-reversed or horizontally-reversed dollar sign, which is meant to represent the anti-dollar or the dollar-killer. This is a reference to the idea that Bitcoin can one day become the world’s primary currency and replace the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency. It is also a fitting tribute to Bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, whose pseudonym has been immortalized in the symbol.

The proposed symbol has sparked an interesting discussion among Bitcoiners, many of whom have suggested that the reverse “S” and strikethrough can represent the first and last letters of “Satoshi.” This is an interesting idea and a fitting tribute to the creator of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency. Other suggestions have included an actual “2” instead of an “S”, but this was dismissed as it can look a little messy when written in front of actual numbers, and is unlikely to get as much support.

The response to the proposed symbol has been overwhelmingly positive, with many in the community praising the elegant design and the clever symbolism behind it. There is a very good chance that this symbol could become the universal symbol for Bitcoin sats, and it could become a fundamental part of the Bitcoin community. It is clear that Arman The Parman’s proposed symbol has resonated with Bitcoiners and could become the official symbol for Bitcoin sats.