Bitcoin: A Beginner's Guide

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Bitcoin is a decentralized electronic currency designed in 2009 by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

Operating in a fully distributed fashion, the management of the currency is distributed over all the nodes of the network, so that the proper functioning of the system does not depend on the integrity or the competence of a central issuer, but only on the robustness of the cryptographic methods used.

Each bitcoin is divisible up to the 8th decimal, that is to say in subunits of 0,00000001 bitcoin

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To store your Bitcoin you must have a wallet, it is software installed which generates one for you in the form of a unique algorithm.

It can be installed on windows, linux, android, blackberry, Mac ... (except iPhone) but also online on a web server (beware of hacking!)

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You can buy / sell bitcoin on trading platforms.

You have among other things bitcoin-central in French:,


Bitcoin mining is the process of using computer hardware to perform mathematical calculations for the Bitcoin network to confirm transactions and increase security. As a reward for their services, Bitcoin miners collect transaction fees for transactions they confirm and newly created bitcoins. Mining is a competitive market where income is divided according to the number of calculations performed. Not all Bitcoin users are mining and this is not an easy way to make money.

Some sites:
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Some sites give the possibility of earning bitcoins ... well, decimals :)

In voicei a small non-exhaustive list:
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