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Convert 1Bitcoin (BTC) to Czech Koruna (CZK) equals Kč 1,429,512.32 | Bitget

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About the Czech Koruna (CZK)

What Is the Czech Koruna (CZK)?

The Czech Koruna, denoted as CZK and locally abbreviated as Kč, is the official currency of the Czech Republic. It was introduced on February 8, 1993, when the former Czechoslovakia split into two independent countries: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. This momentous event in the nation's history necessitated the creation of a new currency, leading to the birth of the CZK. The koruna replaced the Czechoslovak koruna, which had been in circulation since 1919, at par value. The Czech Koruna is the sole legal tender in the Czech Republic.

The Czech Koruna is issued and regulated by the Czech National Bank (Česká národní banka, CNB), the central banking authority of the Czech Republic. Established in 1993 after the split of Czechoslovakia, the CNB plays a pivotal role in the country's financial system, managing monetary policy, overseeing the banking sector, and maintaining financial stability.

What Is the History of CZK?

The Czech Koruna (CZK), established in 1993 following the peaceful dissolution of Czechoslovakia, symbolizes the Czech Republic's transition from a Soviet-influenced state to an independent nation. Originating from the Czechoslovak koruna, which had been in circulation since 1919 after the Austro-Hungarian Empire's collapse, the CZK was introduced at par with its predecessor amidst the country's shift to a market-driven economy. This change marked a significant step in integrating the Czech economy into the global financial system. Over the years, the koruna has undergone various modifications, including enhanced security features in banknotes, mirroring the nation's journey through substantial political and economic reforms and symbolizing its sovereignty and financial stability.

Notes and Coins of CZK

Czech banknotes are available in denominations of 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, and 5,000 CZK. The coins come in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 CZK. Notably, the design of these banknotes is a testament to Czech art, featuring historic figures and symbolic imagery.

The initial Czech banknotes were modified Czechoslovakian notes, reflecting the country's transition. In 2018, the 100 and 200 CZK notes were upgraded with enhanced security features to prevent counterfeiting, including color-changing strips and anti-copy patterns.

What Is the Relationship Between CZK and EUR?

The Czech Koruna (CZK) and the Euro (EUR) share a complex yet integral relationship, primarily influenced by the Czech Republic's membership in the European Union (EU) since 2004. Despite being an EU member, the Czech Republic has retained the Koruna as its official currency, opting not to adopt the Euro. This decision allows the Czech government to maintain independent control over its monetary policy. However, the country's economy is deeply intertwined with the Eurozone, making the exchange rate between the Koruna and the Euro particularly significant. Fluctuations in this rate directly impact trade, investment, and economic stability, given the substantial volume of transactions between the Czech Republic and Eurozone countries.

Is CZK a Strong Currency?

Czech Koruna's strength can be considered moderate, reflecting the Czech Republic's stable but modestly sized economy. While it doesn't match the strength of major world currencies like the US Dollar or Euro, the Koruna benefits from the Czech Republic's sound economic policies, low inflation, and steady growth. Its value against major currencies, a critical indicator of strength, has shown resilience, albeit with fluctuations influenced by global economic trends and regional developments. The Czech economy, characterized by a robust industrial sector and increasing integration with the European Union, lends a degree of stability to the Koruna. However, like all currencies, its strength is subject to change due to various external factors, including global market dynamics and geopolitical events.

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Bitget crypto-to-fiat exchange data shows that the most popular Bitcoin currency pair is the BTC to CZK, with for Bitcoin's currency code being BTC. Use our cryptocurrency calculator now to see how much your cryptocurrency can be exchanged for CZK.

BTC to CZK conversion rate trend

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In the past 1D, Bitcoin has changed -2.73% to CZK. Based on the trend and price charts, Bitcoin(BTC) has changed -2.73% to CZK while Czech Koruna(CZK) has changed % to BTC in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

ExchangePriceMaker / Taker FeeTradable
Bitgethot-iconBest
Kč1,450,531.89
0.0001% / 0.0004%vip-iconVIP
Binance
Kč1,450,745.38
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Coinbase Exchange
Kč1,450,607.65
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Kraken
Kč1,450,650.63
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
OKX
Kč1,450,653
0.080% / 0.100%
Yes
Huobi
Kč1,450,638.99
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Gate.io
Kč1,450,819.23
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Bybit
Kč1,450,341.92
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
KuCoin
Kč1,450,453.53
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Bitfinex
Kč1,448,774.62
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Last updated 2024/04/19 02:00:35(UTC+0)

What factors influence the conversion rate of Bitcoin to Czech Koruna?

Bitcoin to Czech Koruna is falling this week.
Bitcoin's current market price is Kč 1,429,512.32 per BTC, with a total market cap of Kč 28,142,246,510,298.89 CZK based on a circulating supply of 19,686,606 BTC. The trading volume of Bitcoin has changed by -4.39% (Kč -43,811,766,094.85 CZK) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, BTC's trading volume was Kč 997,217,783,376.14.
Market cap
$1.19T
24h volume
$40.15B
Circulating supply
19.69M BTC

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Bitcoin is decreasing.
1 BTC is currently valued at Kč 1,429,512.32 CZK , which means buying 5 BTC will cost Kč 7,147,561.62 CZK . Similarly, Kč1 CZK can be traded for 0.{6}6995 BTC, and Kč50 CZK can be converted to 0.{4}3498 BTC, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 BTC to Czech Koruna has changed by -15.24% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -2.73%, reaching a high of 1,522,786.3 CZK and a low of 1,416,535.59 CZK . One month ago, the value of 1 BTC was Kč 1,497,994.54 CZK , which represents a -4.59% change from its current value. Over the last year, Bitcoin has changed by
+
26,034.15CZK
, resulting in a change of +107.82% in its value.

BTC to CZK

Amount
02:45 am today
0.5 BTC
714,756.16
1 BTC
1,429,512.32
5 BTC
7,147,561.62
10 BTC
14,295,123.24
50 BTC
71,475,616.21
100 BTC
142,951,232.42
500 BTC
714,756,162.08
1000 BTC
1,429,512,324.16

CZK to BTC

Amount02:45 am today
0.5CZK0.{6}3498  BTC
1CZK0.{6}6995  BTC
5CZK0.{5}3498  BTC
10CZK0.{5}6995  BTC
50CZK0.{4}3498  BTC
100CZK0.{4}6995  BTC
500CZK0.0003498  BTC
1000CZK0.0006995  BTC
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Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount02:45 am today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 BTC$30,098.92$30,938.66
-2.73%
1 BTC$60,197.85$61,877.32
-2.73%
5 BTC$300,989.25$309,386.6
-2.73%
10 BTC$601,978.5$618,773.2
-2.73%
50 BTC$3,009,892.5$3,093,866
-2.73%
100 BTC$6,019,785$6,187,732
-2.73%
500 BTC$30,098,925$30,938,660
-2.73%
1000 BTC$60,197,850$61,877,320
-2.73%

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount02:45 am today1 month ago1M change
0.5 BTC$30,098.92$31,540.84
-4.59%
1 BTC$60,197.85$63,081.69
-4.59%
5 BTC$300,989.25$315,408.44
-4.59%
10 BTC$601,978.5$630,816.88
-4.59%
50 BTC$3,009,892.5$3,154,084.4
-4.59%
100 BTC$6,019,785$6,308,168.8
-4.59%
500 BTC$30,098,925$31,540,844
-4.59%
1000 BTC$60,197,850$63,081,688
-4.59%

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount02:45 am today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 BTC$30,098.92$14,550.77
+107.82%
1 BTC$60,197.85$29,101.53
+107.82%
5 BTC$300,989.25$145,507.67
+107.82%
10 BTC$601,978.5$291,015.33
+107.82%
50 BTC$3,009,892.5$1,455,076.65
+107.82%
100 BTC$6,019,785$2,910,153.3
+107.82%
500 BTC$30,098,925$14,550,766.5
+107.82%
1000 BTC$60,197,850$29,101,533
+107.82%

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