Bitcoin

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We believe Bitcoin will improve your life's situation and the world.

LESSON #1 - Introduction to Bitcoin


See current price for 1 Bitcoin HERE

LESSON #2 - 1 minute explanation


LESSON #3 - What is Blockchain?


LESSON #4 - Who owns Bitcoins? Why?


Here is the list of valuable information about Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically.

Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by the people around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems.

It’s the first example of a growing category of money known as cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin can be used to buy things electronically. In that sense, it’s like conventional dollars, euros, or yen, which are also traded digitally.

Bitcoin’s most important characteristic, is that it is decentralized. No single institution controls Bitcoin. This puts some people at ease, because it means that a large bank can’t control their money. Money goes directly between users, so banks or government can’t manipulate transactions.

In May 2010 Bitcoin was worth 0.001 US$ and in January 2017 Bitcoin was worth 1000$.

In 2012 there were only 250 Bitcoin transactions daily. Now there are more than 2,000 daily transactions with Bitcoin.

All transactions (even across the world) take milliseconds.

Bitcoin is a #1 digital currency / cryprocurrency in the world with market capitalizaton of 9 billion USD$. See here → bit.ly/btcmcap

Already 100,000+ companies accept Bitcoins: Amazon, eBay, Apple, Dell, PayPal, Microsoft, Subway, Expedia, Virgin, Cisco..

It’s accepted as money in many countries. See list → coin.dance/poli (USA has 300+ Bitcoin ATM’s to exchange Bitcoins).

Worldwide Money Transfers: companies like Western Union charge on average 5% - 30% per transaction. Bitcoin only 1%.

Bitcoin can’t be inflated (algorythm can produce only 21 million coins. No more. All will be generated till year 2140).

Bitcoin can’t be destroyed (Bitcoin network is comprised of hundreds of thousands of servers scattered around the world. If you wanted to destroy Bitcoin you would need to destroy all the servers at the same time.)

People are looking for a better way to protect wealth than national currencies.

More and more banks invest in Blockchain. Go to www.coindesk.com → Price & Data → Blockchain Venture Capital.

47% of world’s adult population do not have a bank account (with Bitcoin we don’t need a bank account) .

73% Americans and 60% of Europeans do not trust banks.

Important information for merchants:

No chargebacks. No return. Money stay with you. Nobody can reverse transaction. (visa/mastercard can take your money back).

When merchants & businesses accept Bitcoins, they open doors to 10 million Bitcoin holders, who look for places, where they can spend Bitcoins.

Fee per transaction is very low - about 1%. Visa or & Mastercard ~2-4%. Big savings!

Merchants to accept Bitcoins only need a smartphone and a mobile app.

Transfers are anonymous. Some customers want to stay anonymous.