Cryptocurrencies

For the past few months I have been intensely learning all I can about cryptocurrencies. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you might have heard of Bitcoin sometime in the past few years and a lot more recently.

Most people hear the word Bitcoin and automatically have an anxious feeling, or have no idea what it is. When I share what I’ve learned with some close friends I get questions like… What is Bitcoin? Is digital currency safe? Whats the point?

So I decided to share my experiences and what I’ve learned so far. Through a number of blog posts I will be discussing what cryptocurrencies are, how they are used and what it means for each of us.

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank.
“decentralized cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin now provide an outlet for personal wealth that is beyond restriction and confiscation”
Basically… what makes bitcoin so revolutionary is the technology itself… not so much the coin. Though the coin is valuable as well, to me its the block-chain and smart contract technology that make it so.
Block Geeks explain Blockchain technology really well…
blockchain
I urge you to look into block-chain and cryptocurrencies.  Our financial future will not look the same in 10 years, what better time to get started then now.
In order to purchase some cryptocurrencies you will want to create an account with an exchange depending on where you live…
For example, in Europe, you can use:
  • Bitcoin.de
  • Kraken

USA

Asia

  • OKCoin
  • BTCChina
  • BitFlyer
You can use this link to set up a Coinbase account. Begin investing with a top performing currency like Bitcoin or Ethereum first… and then just breathe… it can feel a little overwhelming and scary at first, however you got this. You have the ability to stand in your full power as a self sovereign individual.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Love the information and how easy it was to read! That infographic is amazing!

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