Bitcoin vs. US Dollar: Which is More Valuable Over 10 Years? 


Over the past decade, the US Dollar (USD) has been considered a strong currency, outperforming 115 national currencies, including those of 17 G20 countries. 

However, during the same period, Bitcoin (BTC) has significantly outperformed the US Dollar, with the USD losing 99.52% of its value against BTC from September 2013 to September 2023. 

Bitcoin's remarkable performance against the US Dollar highlights its strength as an asset compared to other traditional currencies that have suffered substantial losses against the USD. 

Even the second worst-performing currency, the Sudanese Pound (SDG), experienced less value loss against Bitcoin compared to the US Dollar. 

In 2023, Bitcoin's losses against the Indian Rupee (INR) and the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) were 99.63% and 99.82%, respectively, while the losses against the US Dollar were 24.7% and 63.6%, indicating Bitcoin's superior performance. 

This data underscores the growing significance of Bitcoin as an asset and its ability to outshine traditional currencies over a 10-year period. 

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