• Arman The Parman, a Bitcoin educator passionate about privacy, suggests a sats symbol consisting of a reverse “S” and a vertical strikethrough.
• This symbol poetically references the 21 million bitcoin hard supply cap and is a horizontally or vertically reversed dollar sign representing the anti-dollar.
• The symbol has received an overwhelmingly positive response on social media, with some commenters noting that it contains elements of Knut Svanholm’s “infinity” divided by 21 million meme.
Bitcoiners have long been searching for a symbol to represent sats, the smallest unit of a bitcoin. After much debate, Arman The Parman, a Bitcoin educator passionate about privacy, has proposed a symbol that many Bitcoiners can agree on. The symbol is a combination of a reverse “S” and a vertical strikethrough, which combined together makes 21 – a reference to the 21 million bitcoin hard supply cap. Additionally, this symbol is a horizontally or vertically reversed dollar sign, serving as a visual representation of the anti-dollar, or the dollar-killer.
Arman’s symbol has already received a warm welcome on social media, with many commenters praising the poetic beauty of the symbol and noting that it contains elements of Knut Svanholm’s “infinity” divided by 21 million meme. One Twitter user even pointed out that the reverse “S” and strikethrough can represent the first and last letters of “Satoshi,” the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin.
Overall, it seems that Arman’s symbol has the potential to become the definitive sats symbol. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but it also encapsulates the spirit of Bitcoin and the desire to break away from the traditional financial system. With any luck, Bitcoiners will be able to settle on this symbol and use it to represent sats around the world.