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Bitcoin –The Growing Digital Currency

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Crypto Journalist and Editor of guest articles in CoinPedia. I am also handling Outreach & Partnerships Manager. Contact me: [email protected]


    Many people prefer to work confidentially on the Internet without disclosing their identities. Also, if you want to transfer money from an economically or politically unstable country without paying taxes or financial restrictions, you can convert wealth to Bitcoin.

    Perhaps the value of bitcoin lies to you in its full philosophy, as you believe that one day it will be widely adopted as a currency that is used daily in our lives, so you want to buy it early. These same reasons have driven people to get bitcoin so far; 

    In what is called the stage of the true believer. People are currently investing in Bitcoin. Because we believe in making money at what is called the investment stage. In this case, the value of Bitcoin lies in the fact that everyone buys it and believes that its price will continue to rise.

    You can buy and sell on the Bitcoin Billionaire and trade the bitcoin online to get maximum profit.

    What will its price continue to rise?

     Bitcoin has designed a deflationary character unlike most regular currencies whose purchasing power is declining over time; there are a limited number of bitcoins on the market and new bitcoins are slowly being added. Its price will increase if more people want to buy the existing Bitcoins on the market by bidding on them and raising their value. But that remains only a possibility. If bitcoin is widely adopted, or if it is difficult to convert it into a more tradable and usable currency, its value will decrease.

    The status of Bitcoin in the long run, this coin is highly volatile in the short and medium term. On paper, the year 2017 was very good for bitcoin. During the past year, the value of bitcoin reached almost $ 900, for the time being it has doubled its value by 15 times. On the other hand, it is exhausting and exhausting for bitcoin investors. Within one week in December, Bitcoin reached above $ 19,000, then fell to $ 10,400, then rose again above $ 15,000

    What is the reason for increasing the rates of bitcoin?

    Different forms of hackers have tried to create a digital currency that can be reliably used without the need for a government or central bank.  In 2008, the codename alias Satoshi Nakamoto achieved this through Bitcoin, a system that protects financial transactions outside of central banking authorities, where the task of validating financial transactions is distributed across a network of computers.

    Was that a Satoshi innovation?

    Indeed, its innovation for bitcoin secures financial transactions without government oversight. When you send Bitcoin to someone, your financial transaction is added to a record of all your financial transactions – which arises from your first bitcoin and onwards – across the entire network.

    It is a long record of accounts for every person in the Bitcoin network, and it is called BlockChain, which is almost impossible to counterfeit or tamper with it thanks to some elegant coding work; this makes the cryptocurrency a safe way to do business.

    Well then, what is the source of Bitcoin if there is no government or money?

    There are computers called prospectors that operate throughout all hours of the day, all over the network as they compete for the packages of recent financial transactions on the network to an unimaginable unit called “Block”, from Blockchain. A block is created every ten minutes in a so-called authentication process, an example of what a credit card company does when you verify that you have the money available.

    “Prospect” computers essentially encrypt transactions. But what is the reward? The first “prospect” to create an authenticated “block” – which follows the coding rules set by Satoshi Nakamoto – is rewarded with a certain number of bitcoin

    Yes, in theory, as it is impossible to do that unless you live next to the power plant and have computers worth an aircraft depot. Creating a “block” requires a lot of computing power – partly due to making sure that it will consume significant and costly power to spoil a blockchain through fake transactions, and another reason is to keep the bitcoin scarce.

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    Crypto Journalist and Editor of guest articles in CoinPedia. I am also handling Outreach & Partnerships Manager. Contact me: [email protected]

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