Bitcoin

Bitcoin & Cryptocurrencies


Disclaimer

Any advice contained here relating to the using, purchasing or selling Bitcoin or other any other Cryptocurrency is purely for information purposes and we do not offer any financial advice. We accept no responsibility or liability against any form of losses or damages as a result of any information provided by us. For more information consult your financial advisor and do your research. Past performance of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrency is no guarantee of future success and all responsibility is placed upon the user.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren't printed, like dollars or euros, they're produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software and hardware that solves mathematical problems. Users who solve the mathematical problems are rewarded for their efforts in form of Bitcoins. As more problems are solved and more Bitcoins are produced, the difficulty increases and the quantity of new coins are reduced, ensuring a limited supply. The value of Bitcoins increases over time due to the increasing demand and decreasing supply unlike regular cash where more is simply printed when supply is low creating deflation of the value of each note. Just take a look at some European and Asian countries where the value of the currency is not worth the paper it's printed on! That won't happen with Bitcoin.

Want to find out more?

Want to learn more about Bitcoin and get involved? Check out 99bitcoins.com for excellent tutorials, advice, resources and more on how to aquire and trade in your very own Bitcoins. Join the newsletter and earn yourself 100 bits for free!

Here's a great blog from Unocoin that explains very well the concept of Bitcoin Mining and Blockchain Ledgers.

How to get your very own Bitcoin & Other Cryptocurrencies

The easiest and most convenient way to buy and trade cryptocurrencies is to sign up with an exchange such as Coinjar or Coinbase. Both allow you to deposit funds from your bank account and then purchase, spend, send or trade Bitcoin and other cryprocurrencies. Coinjar is an Australian based exchange/wallet provider that has allows your to buy, sell and trade cryprocurrencies and can even issue you a Coinjar Mastercard so that you can easily make purchases at places that don't currently accept Bitcoin directly. For more information, check out the following links.

CoinJar.com Coinbase.com

Join a Mining Pool

Another method of getting Bitcoins is by mining with your own computer or with specialised mining equipment. The most efficient method is join a pool so that you can combine your computing power with others and share the rewards. The more you contribute, the more you get rewarded. Check out the following links to see which method suits you best.

Nicehash CEX.IO

Online Merchant Bitcoin Payments

Using the Living Room of Satoshi portal you can accept crypto payments through your website. Once set up, you simply log in, type in the payment amount in dollars, and a QR code will pop up on your screen. The customer simply scans in the QR code through the wallet on their mobile device and instantly the payment is sent. Living Room Of Satoshi will then convert the Bitcoin payment into dollars and send it to your bank account as a cash deposit within 48 hours, the same as using Visa and Mastercard, and the fees are cheaper too!

We've integrated Living Room Of Satoshi into our OpenCart website, so paying with Crypto has never been easier.