Over the past couple of years, Bitcoin has made the headlines. And Bitcoin has had its fair share of scandal too.
Yet Bitcoin may be mapping out a future for digital currencies.
If you fancy buying goods with them or even receiving Bitcoin for services you've provided, how do you do it?
Read on to find out…
How you can get your hands on Bitcoin
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The world of Bitcoin hit the headlines last year. Its price was a big talking point as well as some scandal.
This year, the price of Bitcoin remains down after tumbling over 60% last year. But this also means that you can get your hands on Bitcoin for a lot less than you previously could.
The potential for Bitcoin and its technology is vast. It's just going to take time for more people to us... ››› more
Using digital currencies as a means of paying for things may have you terrified. But the good news is, you don't have to be.
Using digital currencies like Bitcoin is actually not as difficult as you might believe. And it's also a lot safer to use than you might think.
So if you're desperate to start using Bitcoin, how do you start?
Read on to find out…
The ins and outs of getting ... ››› more
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