(Do you really need us to introduce what’s Bitcoin? Even my Mum knows what it is! 😛)
Bitcoin, possibly one of world’s most recognised cryptocurrency, is introduced by Nakamoto Satoshi in 2009.
With no centralised company or organisation, Bitcoin transactions are verified by cryptography P2P network and are recorded in a public distributed ledger known as blockchain.
Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. Like any other fiat currencies, they can be exchanged for other currencies products, and services.
Official website: https://bitcoin.org/en/
|BTC Price as of 10 July 2019||$12,965.70 USD|
|Market Cap||$230,912,544,280 USD|
|Total Supply||17,809,487 BTC|
|Max Supply||21,000,000 BTC|
|All Time High||$20,089.00 USD on Dec 17, 2017|
|All Time Low||$65.53 USD on Jul 05, 2013|
Courtesy of Coinmarketcap.com
How to get it?
1. Buy BTC at exchanges. Bitcoin is so well-known, exchanges allow you to convert your currency into bitcoin. If you have a credit card or bank account and want to buy bitcoin, get started by finding an exchange in your country.
2. Mine your own BTC. Mining bitcoin requires an investment in bitcoin mining hardware. It can be a daunting endeavor and it has become highly specialized so you may want to leave it to professionals with bitcoin cloudmining services, such as us.
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