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What is BT2 [CST]?
BT2 is a ChainSplit Token (CST) issued by Bitfinex which is a token that resembles the price of Bitcoin 2X after the SegWit2x hardfork that is occuring block 494784 (Mid November, 2017). Traders are using this token to speculate on the success of the B2X hard fork. The SegWit2x version of Bitcoin has been given the BT2 symbol by bitfinex and resembles the future price of B2X after the hardfork.
Bitfinex describes the Bitfinex Bitcoin Future as 'Bitcoin SegWit 2X' as the anticipated Bitcoin blockchain that will be exclusively used based on the consensus protocol as set out from time to time in the repository https://github.com/btc1/bitcoin
Genesis Date: 2017-05-10
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This is a great pocket scale that weighs up to 1000g or 1kg. It's size makes if extremely portable. There are different models that can weight heavier items, but ....
- It does read objects that are less than 1 gram. For example, if something weighs 140mg, it would read .14g which is equivalent to 140mg. The lightest thing it will pick up is .1g which is 100mg. Anything lighter it will not pickup and it will read up to 1 significant digit after the decimal. So it can read 100mg but not 101mg. For around $10, what would you expect. if you want something that can read up to 5 digits after the decimal, it would cost a bit more.
- It does not help. The scale does not measure anything less than 1g accurately... In example, it doesn't read something as light as 140mg. Hope this helps.
- This is a metric scale so it measures in the standard measurement of grams. to convert grams to milligrams, just multiply by 1000. Ex. 1 g = 1000 mgs : 1mg = 1x10^-3 g. Hope this helps.
- doesn't measure in mgs, just gs, psh.