Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin

The primary goal of this quick start guide is to introduce you to cryptocurrency called Bitcoin

Banks must be trusted to hold our money and transfer it electronically, but they lend it out in waves of credit bubbles with barely a fraction in reserve. We have to trust them with our privacy, trust them not to let identity thieves drain our accounts. Their massive overhead costs make micropayments impossible  – Satoshi Nakamoto.

No central authority like a government or bank controls it. It is a store of value like gold, and also a medium of exchange like fiat currency.

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Crypto is is becoming an unstoppable force of decentralization and innovation that is is similar to the days the internet first came about.

Defining this target audience is a tall task considering the epic rate of expansion. There have been 43 million Bitcoin addresses created since the beginning of the world’s first cryptocurrency.

Based on the figures above, it would not be grossly inaccurate to estimate the total number of people who had used cryptocurrency at least one time over the last year at a conservative minimum of 100 million, with the average number of active users per month being conservatively around 19 million.

Bitcoin nearly tripled in price, from $15,000 to over $40,000, in two months. If you invested $1,000 in early November, you could have taken out $2,600 in early February. Coin Desk

HISTORY OF MONEY

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A Brief History of Money
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2
Barter
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Paper Money
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Gold Standard
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Credit Cards
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Electronic Money
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Cryptocurrencies

INTRODUCTION TO BITCOIN

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What is Bitcoin?
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Who created bitcoin?
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What does bitcoin look like?
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How is bitcoin created?
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How valuable is bitcoin?
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Risks
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Do I have to buy a whole bitcoin?
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Is it too late to mine or buy bitcoin?

BITCOIN HISTORY

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Creation
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Cyberpunk Movement
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Nick Szabo
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Bitcoin Whitepaper
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The first bitcoin transaction was 2 pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins.

BITCOIN COMMUNITY

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Users
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Miners
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Educators
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Developers

BITCOIN TRANSACTIONS

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Where to buy?
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Where to Sell?
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Accept Bitcoin For Business

STORING BITCOIN

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Where are bitcoins stored?
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Your Wallet Keys
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Hot Wallets VS Cold Wallet
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Choosing A Cold Wallet
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2) Cold Wallet/ Hardware wallet
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Desktop Wallet
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Mobile Wallet
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Paper wallet
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Security Tips

RESOURCES

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Bitcoin and Crypto News
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Exchanges
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Security
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Affiliate Programs
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Crypto Meetups
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Steemit
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