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- See also: Tonal BitCoin
Please note, that all numbers of RBC and its divisions/multipliers are written in Greek numerals not decimal. They are also written in radians, so one Radial BitCoin (RBC) is equal to 2π BTC. The letter π can mean either 80 or 3.1415...you take your pick. This means that instead of counting 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10-- you count: α/2π, β/2π, γ/2π, δ/2π, ε/2π, στ/2π, ζ/2π, η/2π, θ/2π, ι/2π. Some higher-value digits may require speaking an ancient language.
* Radial BitCoin and Decimal BitCoin can be differentiated by the pronunciation of the numbers. If they make sense in English, they are normal BitCoins. If it's all Greek to you, then they are Radial Bitcoins.
The total number of Radial BitCoins ever (analogous to the 21mil BTC) is just over αβγδεζηθι' Bitcoin.