Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges [Full Episode]

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Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges
Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges
Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges
Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges [Full Episode]
Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges [Full Episode]
Bitcoin Trading – How to Buy Bitcoins & Sort Out Exchanges [Full Episode]
Bitcoin Trading Explained:

Imagine a type of money that you can’t put in your pocket, that you can trade like a stock, that you can earn with your computer, that enables anonymous transactions, and most importantly, has skyrocketed in value 399,900% in the past year.

That’s precisely what we’re talking about with Bitcoin Trading.

This new form of online currency arises not from a government central bank but from the electronic bits of the Internet itself, hence its name. No one controls it and it’s available to anyone with an Internet connection.

Some consider Bitcoin Trading the future of money, while others dismiss it as a short-lived fad, a flawed concept, or even a scam. When U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) discovered recently that some people were utrading bitcoins for illegal drugs online, he branded it a “form of money laundering.”

But regardless of anyone’s personal opinion, the Bitcoin economy exists and is thriving. People are using them to buy and sell goods and they trade against most of the world’s major currencies on exchanges like Mt. Gox. One Website, Bitcoincharts.com, tracks prices and trades on these exchanges, much like financial Websites track stock markets, commodity trades and foreign exchange rates.

There’s even a tiny, nascent Bitcoin-based stock market, the Global Bitcoin Stock Exchange, which was created to provide companies too small to trade on major exchanges a place to raise capital & trade bitcoin.

“There is no doubt that one reason for all the interest in Bitcoins is that they are just kind of cool – the first such non-third-party-intermediated, totally electronic currency to come into even somewhat common use,” writes Annie Lowrey in Slate.

http://moneymorning.com/2014/05/01/how-to-buy-bitcoins-the-money-morning-guide/

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