Bitcoin operates with no central authority or banks.
There are several different types of Bitcoin wallets, but the most important distinction is in relation to who is in control of the private keys required to spend the bitcoins.
Bitcoin isn’t owned by anyone. Bitcoin transactions are irreversible. This means that no one, including banks, or governments can block you from sending or receiving bitcoins with anyone else.
Bitcoin’s price is determined by the laws of supply and demand. Because the supply is limited to 21 million bitcoins, as more people use Bitcoin the increased demand, combined with the fixed supply, will force the price to go up.
There are several ways to buy Bitcoin, but trusted exchanges are a great way to acquire Bitcoin. Because there are inefficiencies in the traditional banking system, exchanges will sometimes have slightly different prices.
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Choosing a wallet is easy, but there are lots of different options. Your wallet can be kept online or on your iPhone and Android device.
Obtaining bitcoins works just like obtaining any other currency. The easiest way is to just buy them on our trusted Bitcoin wallet.
Using and spending bitcoins is easy. The first step is finding the businesses that accept bitcoins. More businesses, accepts bitcoin payments every day.
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