A term used in the Bitcoin community to describe a user with 0.01% of a crypto’s maximum supply.
The Vladimir Club is an abstract community of Bitcoin traders and investors who own at least 0.01% of the maximum supply of the cryptocurrency. Because Bitcoin’s maximum supply is 21,000,000 coins, all such individuals have to own at least 2,100 coins before they can qualify as members of the Vladimir Club. Thus, the ‘Club’ is an exclusive community of a very small number of Bitcoin traders and investors.
The Vladimir Club is named after the username of the person that first suggested the idea. Currently, the concept has a wider usage across blockchain networks and not only that of Bitcoin. Anyone who owns 0.01% or more of a major altcoin belongs to that coin's Vladimir Club.