The map above shows which countries in the world have a smaller GDP (in terms of US dollars) than the total market cap of all bitcoins.
Assuming this is accurate, it would place the market value as being greater than the GDP of Kuwait ($109.9 billion) but smaller than Hungary ($125.7 billion), which would make Bitcoin the world’s 59th biggest economy.
To put it another way, the total value of all bitcoins is now around 0.6% of the US’s GDP.
The map was made using mapchart.net.
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