• Bitcoin Birth

    Bitcoin Birth
    Satoshi Nakamoto created the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
  • Bitcoin Goes Live

    Bitcoin Goes Live
    The first block that generated 50 Bitcoins was created when the Bitcoin P2P network came into operation.
  • First Bitcoin Transaction

    First Bitcoin Transaction
    The first transaction between Satoshi Nakamoto and cryptographer Hal Finney occurs. Bitcoin price: $0.00076.
  • Bitcoin Pizza Day

    Bitcoin Pizza Day
    A Florida programmer made a payment of 10,000 Bitcoins to another user in exchange for 2 pizzas. The value of the transaction was $42 and it became known as the birth of “Bitcoin Pizza Day”.
  • Mt.Gox exchange house is born

    Mt.Gox exchange house is born
    The Japanese company "Mt. Gox" begins its services as a bitcoin exchange house.
  • Parity With The Dollar

    Parity With The Dollar
    Bitcoin reaches parity with the dollar
  • First Bitcoin Drop

    First Bitcoin Drop
    With the theft of 600 beads from “Mt. Gox”, the price plummets.
  • Litecoin

    The new cryptocurrency called Litecoin is launched on the market.
  • Namecoin

    The new cryptocurrency called Namecoin is launched on the market
  • Bitcoin Threath

    Bitcoin Threath
    The European Central Bank (ECB) relates the expansion of this virtual currency with a possible threat to the traditional financial system.
  • Ripple

    Another cryptocurrency called Ripple appears, distinguishing itself from bitcoin since it does not require mining and because it is known as the cryptocurrency of banks.
  • 1st Conference

    1st Conference
    The first conference of the Bitcoin Foundation is held in California (USA).
  • Red zombie “Pony”

    Red zombie “Pony”
    Cybercriminals used a network of zombie computers called Pony with millions of infected computers. They stole $220,000 worth of Bitcoins.
  • Bitcoin = Gold

    Bitcoin = Gold
    The bitcoin exceeds a thousand dollars and equals its price to that of 1 ounce of gold.
  • Ban in China

    Ban in China
    China prohibits payment with virtual currency in e-commerce transactions.
  • Dash Coin

    Dash Coin
    A cryptocurrency called Dash is launched on the market, with greater strength of anonymity, because transactions could not be traced and it facilitated black market operations.
  • Robbery in “Mt.Gox”

    Robbery in “Mt.Gox”
    "Mt.Gox" files for bankruptcy after reporting 850,000 missing bitcoins.
  • Monero

    Monero is born, another cryptocurrency that aroused the interest of the cryptocurrency community.
  • Bitlicense

    "Bitlicense" is created, a platform to sell Bitcoins with the aim of regulating this market.
  • Etherium

    Ethereum coin is created
  • Landmark In Japan

    Landmark In Japan
    Japan decides to legalize Bitcoin as a form of payment.
  • Historical Record

    Historical Record
    Bitcoin was worth $19,000, its all-time high.
  • Libra

    Facebook announces its own cryptocurrency called Libra, based on the blockchain that is also supported by other large companies such as MasterCard, Visa or PayPal. It aims to be simpler and more transparent so that everyone can use it.
  • Mexico In The Ranking

    Mexico In The Ranking
    Mexico is positioned as the 6th place worldwide in the use of cryptocurrencies, above countries such as Spain, Germany or Canada.
  • Facebook plunged into the Metaverse

    Facebook plunged into the Metaverse
    Social networking giant Facebook changed its name in November to become Meta to focus on the metaverse, a move that sparked widespread interest in virtual worlds.
  • China launched its CBDC

    China launched its CBDC
    This year, China continued to move forward with testing its central bank digital currency (CBDC), which is also a Chinese digital payment system, dubbed e-CNY. By November, 140 million Chinese, the equivalent of 10% of the country's population, had already activated their digital yuan wallet and hope to continue expanding it.
  • Beeple NFT

    Beeple NFT
    One event that had a huge impact in the space was the million-dollar auction of a non-fungible token (NFT) piece of art. It was the work “Everydays: The First 5,000 Days”, a collage of images made by digital artist Mike Winkelmann, which sold for the staggering sum of USD $69 million.
  • Wall Street Banks Embrace Bitcoin

    Wall Street Banks Embrace Bitcoin
    Giant investment bank Morgan Stanley made history after becoming the first major bank in the United States to offer its clients exposure to Bitcoin. The move represented a complete game changer for the titans of Wall Street (as well as banks around the world), who were quick to follow in Morgan Stanley's footsteps. Over the past few months, household names like Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo have also opened up to digital currencies; some are even actively investing in the market.
  • Historical Rise

    Historical Rise
    A new all-time high is reached, surpassing the $60,000 barrier
  • FTX Bankrupt

    FTX Bankrupt
    The FTX digital platform has filed for bankruptcy. FTX is a digital platform for the purchase and sale of cryptocurrencies, one of the exchange points that are known in the crypto world as an exchange.
  • The Price of Cryptocurrencies Falls

    The Price of Cryptocurrencies Falls
    Based on the bankruptcy of FTX, the crypto market is out of control, the prices of most cryptocurrencies fall and generates panic in the market