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...Digital Currency is a form of currency or medium of exchange that is electronically created and stored (i.e., distinct from physical, such as banknotes and coins). Some digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, are cryptocurrencies. Like traditional money these currencies may be used to buy physical goods and services but could also be restricted to certain communities such as for example for use inside an on-line game or social network? (WikiPedia)
...You can trade Bitcoins in 6226 cities and 232 countries, including United States, online or cash? (Localbitcoins.com)
...Bitcoin Mining is the process of adding transaction records to Bitcoin's public ledger of past transactions?
...Without BitcoinWallets, it would be impossible to hold or use bitcoin. They provide a place to store your funds, as well as allowing you to send and receive bitcoins?
...There are also on the market: LiteCoin, DogeCoin, BlackCoin, DarkCoin, PeerCoin, Ripple, Stellar, XCurrency, Bytecoin, MasterCoin, ZetaCoin, PrimeCoin, VeriCoin, YbCoin, VeriCoin, ViaCoin, NovaCoin...? BitCoin has the highest Market Capitalization.
BitcoinWallet stores the digital credentials for your bitcoin holdings, and allows you to access them. You must keep an eye on the balance. The BitcoinWallet is encrypted, for your safety. You have to be careful to online services, malicious software, how secure is your browser, how good and updated is your antivirus software, to use small amounts for everyday uses, and to backup your wallet on regular basis, on an external flash drive, or keeping in secure place your PIN and second password. It is like locking and securing your phisycal wallet. Never loose your password. Be careful with your money.
Using the latest version of your Bitcoin software allows you to receive important stability and security updates.
Bitcoin Wallets: BitGo, BlockChain, Pheeva, ChangeTip, CoinKite, MultiBit, Electrum, Hive, CoinJar, CoinPocket, BreadWallet, Armory, GreenAdress.it, Mycelium, Xapo, HolyTransaction, Copay, QuickCoin, RushWallet, Ninki, Block.io, CoinPunk. Once you have installed a Bitcoin wallet on your computer or mobile phone, it will generate your first Bitcoin address and you can create more whenever you need one. You can disclose your addresses to your friends so that they can pay you or vice versa. In fact, this is pretty similar to how email works, except that Bitcoin addresses should only be used once.
How do I buy Bitcoins: USPS Maoney Order, Check Payment, Wire Transfer, Cash Deposit.
How do I accept Bitcoins: BlackChainMerchant, BitPay. You can receive payments from any country of the world, instantly and with no risk of fraud (BitcoinPay.com).
Where can I find more news and Bitcoin Value Coverage: BlockChain, ZeroBlock.
Where I can spend Bitcoins: newegg.com, gyft.com, overstock.com, and at over 100,000 merchants which accept Bitcoins.
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