What is Bitcoin ?

Bitcoin is online currency that uses a P2P internet protocol. Bitcoincreated in 2009 by programmer named Satoshi Nakamoto.Bitcoin is very safe that uses a P2P because we can create wallet in your personal computer. We can creating wallet as much as we want.

Have security that is just owner can spendding the bitcoin and just do one time. And also allow the user to use an anonymous identity and the transfer of wealt.You can exchange Bitcoins through a computer without an intermediate bank or other financial institution. One bitcoin is divided into 100 million smaller units (that is eight decimal points) called satoshis, so you can make small payments.

Bitcoin is not like other coins, it has no central organization to regulate them. Instead, it works using a P2P internet protocol. The money is managed by bitcoin miners that confirm Bitcoin transactions and add them to a decentralized transaction log every ten minutes.Bitcoin is a great innovation that gives you control over your money.

How do I get started?

1. Register in this site and Get a wallet A wallet lets you store Bitcoins and send/receive payments. There are mainly two ways of creating a wallet: The easy way: Get a wallet online using a secure website like blockchain.info Run a Bitcoin client on your computer. You can get the original Bitcoin client bitcoin.org or multibit.org.

2. Get bitcoins There are many ways of getting bitcoins, some of them are: selling something for bitcoins, exchanging USD for bitcoins, etc. One of the most popular websites for exchanging bitcoins and dollars is mtgox.com.You can also mine bitcoins using your PC, that's known as mining bitcoins. More info about mining bitcoins can be found en.bitcoin.it/wiki/mining.

3. Buy with bitcoins There's an increasing amount of businesses and individuals accepting bitcoins the same way they do with dollars or euros. Visit this page if you want to see a list of places accepting bitcoins.

4. Login and place your Bitcoin Address, Type Captcha, Earn Bitcoin and Fun .

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