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What in the name of God is a blockchain

Blockchains are distributed ledger technology. In this section, we’ll go over what that means, discuss the benefits and drawbacks of blockchain-based applications, and outline how […]


Bitcoin: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The Good Deflationary Inflation, or the decline in the purchasing power of most currencies, is something we’re all unfortunately familiar with. Over time, the same […]


Bitcoin in the Real World

In this section, we’ll walk you through how to use your Bitcoin, whether as a currency or an investment, without breaking any laws. We’ll go […]


What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin 101 and a brief history

Bitcoin 101 In this section, we’ll give you a very quick and dirty overview of Bitcoin, introducing the important concepts so that you have a […]


An Abridged History of Exchange Hacks

In this book, we’ve cautioned against holding large amounts of money in online exchanges. The reasoning behind that has a long and storied history of […]


Getting Started with Bitcoin

In this section, we’ll go over everything you need to know to get started with Bitcoin. We’ll cover buying and storing bitcoin, basic security tips, […]


New to crypto? Here’s our guide!

FAQ Image #1 01 Why Bitcoin? It seems like the buzz around Bitcoin just keeps growing. Bitcoin is a constantly evolving technology with a passionate community. What is it about the digital asset that makes it such a controversial topic and attractive investment?
FAQ Image #2 02 How to Get Started with Bitcoin It can be difficult to get past the technical jargon surrounding bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies in order to figure out how you can buy and store them. Beginners can purchase Bitcoin, for example, on many exchanges using fiat currency like U.S. Dollar, Euro or British Pound.
FAQ Image #3 03 Blockchains 101 Blockchains are a type of database where data is stored in blocks that are chained together. As new data comes in, it is entered into a block, which is then chained to the previous block. The Bitcoin blockchain serves as a ledger that records every Bitcoin transaction in history.
FAQ Image #4 04 Bitcoin in the Real World Ok - you’ve found an exchange, bought your Bitcoin, and stored it safely. What’s next? By now you can buy just about anything with Bitcoin if you try hard enough, from Amazon gift cards to an old master painting. You can also convert your BTC to fiat with ATMs, an exchange, and more.

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