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Learn the ins and outs of Bitcoin so you can get started today
Bitcoin For Dummies is the fast, easy way to start trading crypto currency, with clear explanations and expert advice for breaking into this exciting new market. Understanding the mechanisms and risk behind Bitcoin can be a challenge, but this book breaks it down into easy-to-understand language to give you a solid grasp of just where your money is going. You'll learn the details of Bitcoin trading, how to set up your Bitcoin wallet, and everything you need to get started right away. An in-depth discussion on security shows you how to protect yourself against some of the riskier aspects of this open-source platform, helping you reduce your risks in the market and use Bitcoin safely and effectively.
Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks, with transaction management and issuing of Bitcoins carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin allows easy mobile payments, fast international payments, low- or no-fee transactions, multi-signature capabilities, and more, but the nuances of the market can be difficult to grasp. This informative guide lays it all out in plain English, so you can strengthen your understanding and get started now.Understand the ins and outs of the Bitcoin market
Learn how to set up your Bitcoin wallet
Protect yourself against fraud and theft
Get started trading this exciting new currencyThe Bitcoin market is huge, growing quickly, and packed with potential. There's also some risk, so you need to go in fully informed and take steps to manage your risk wisely. Bitcoin For Dummies is the clear, quick, easy-to-follow guide to getting started with Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is an open-source computer protocol released on October 31st, 2008.
Bitcoin is a digital asset that only exists online. It's often described as being like an electronic combination of cash and gold.
Because Bitcoin is not a physical form of currency, it can be a bit difficult to wrap your brain around how it works. It's really quite simple.