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What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency. It is money that does not belong to or is controlled by any government or central bank. You could think about it like the Internet of money or money that works like files sharing programs.
Bitcoin was invented in 2008 and since then has gained a market cap of over $40 billion. Today it is estimated that millions of people around the world are using Bitcoin as a store of wealth, investment vehicle and an actual currency for exchange.
Where do I store my Bitcoins?
Bitcoins are stored inside a Bitcoin wallet. Just like you use an email software to manage your emails (i.e. Outlook or Gmail), you need a Bitcoin wallet to manage your Bitcoins. A bitcoin wallet helps you send, receive and store Bitcoins.
Bitcoin wallets come in many forms. Mobile wallets, desktop wallets, web wallets and even hardware wallets. Where ever the wallet is installed (e.g. your mobile phone) that's were your Bitcoins are stored. Don't have a Bitcoin wallet yet? Click here to choose one.
What can you do with Bitcoins?
Many countries around the world are experiencing financial turmoil and in many cases the citizens are the ones who end up getting hurt. Bitcoin is an alternative to the current banking system and allows you to be in full control of your money without a need for a bank.
Can I buy less than one Bitcoin?
Today, one Bitcoin is worth over 10,000 US dollars. Luckily Bitcoin can be divided up to 8 decimal points, meaning you can buy 0.5 Bitcoins, 0.02 Bitcoins or even 0.00000001 Bitcoin (the smallest amount of Bitcoin available, also known as a Satoshi).