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Is Bitcoin a virtual currency?
« on: August 17, 2020, 07:42:38 AM »

I believe that you are relatively familiar with the currency, so today I will give you a chat, bitcoin is not a virtual currency?
First of all, know about it. Bitcoin is a kind of digital currency in the form of P2P, which was first proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto.
Point-to-point transmission means a decentralized payment system.
, unlike most of the currency, the currency monetary authorities don't depend on the specific issue, it is according to the specific algorithm, through a lot of calculation, the currency economic use of the P2P network composed of many nodes in a distributed database to identify and record all transactions, and the use of cryptography security currency to ensure that each link of the design.
The second is how to buy and invest bitcoin safely.
In fact, there are a lot of cheaters, there are also a lot of pits, so still need to see other people's posts, more accumulation of experience, to participate in the discussion.
You will make fewer mistakes, because the previous generation did not make fewer mistakes.
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Advantages are probably rapid purchase, contract trading, safe clearing, trading efficiency, first-class service;
More practical and comfortable.
Safe buy is more important, also have a lot of forum can have relevant content, hope to be able to give everybody reference.
Because of the innovation and scarcity of Bitcoin, many people are willing to invest a lot of money to dig mines or buy bitcoin directly.


 

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