BTC may refer to:
BTCL or Bangladesh Telecommunications Company Limited is the largest telecommunications company in Bangladesh.
The BTC Cup is a Brisbane Racing Club Group 1 Thoroughbred Weight for Age horse race, run over a distance of 1200 metres at Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane, Australia during the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival.
BTCjam is a company based in San Francisco, California, that provides a peer-to-peer lending service where people from around the world connect to borrow and lend using bitcoin.
The BTC-T MG ZS EX259 is a BTC-Touring class racing car that was built for the 2001 British Touring Car Championship season by West Surrey Racing, who ran MG's official works program.
BTCS, Inc. (also called Bitcoin Shop, Inc.) is a publicly traded company based in the US, whose stated line of business is development of applications related to blockchain databases and digital currencies.
BTC-e is a digital currency trading platform and exchange. It was founded in July 2011 and as of February 2015 handles around 2.5% of all Bitcoin exchange volume.
BTC is the primary telecommunications provider for the Bahamas, headquartered in Nassau, New Providence.
The BTC-T Proton Impian is a BTC-Touring class racing car that was built for the 2002 British Touring Car Championship season by Team PSP, who ran Proton's official works program.
The BTC-T Peugeot 406 Coupé is a BTC-Touring class racing car that was built for the 2001 British Touring Car Championship season by Vic Lee Racing, who were selected to run Peugeot's official works program for that season.