Between the years 2007 and 2008, the world experienced a global financial crisis rivalling that of the Great Depression. Banks and financial institutions received massive bail-outs, in the hopes of stabilization. But what of the common man? Entrusting hard-earned money to these institutions resulted in many being left destitute and struggling to keep their heads above water. Thus, the introduction of the Bitcoin. A commodity that answered to no government and no bank, that gave people the financial freedom they craved. Continue reading
Bitcoins are a form of digital currency. Transactions concerning Bitcoins are published in an open ledger for all to see. There are no banks or brokers involved. It has no physical form and therefore cannot be printed. It can be bought, sold, traded or saved. So what makes it so valuable?
Bitcoin is a form of online currency, also known as a cryptocurrency not linked to any sovereign state, or decentralized. It is completely electronic, it cannot be printed but holds significant power nonetheless. The global number of merchants accepting Bitcoin as payment is continually increasing. In this article, we will illustrate six ways in which Bitcoin may be earned. Continue reading
A cryptocurrency is essentially a digital currency that is validated by the principles of cryptography. Cryptocurrencies have been around for a while but have lately taken off and are often said to be ‘the currency of the future’. There are already over 3000 cryptocurrencies in use! Continue reading
As the popularity of Bitcoin is on the rise, more and more companies and industries are starting to accept it as a form of payment…or donation in the case of charities. You may be surprised to learn that there are an impressively large number of charities that accept Bitcoin, and why shouldn’t they? Continue reading
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