What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is an E-cash network system, as its founder Satoshi Nakamoto described it. It is a virtual distributed currency with no central operator, bank or supervisory authority. It can be sent and received through an international peer-to-peer network without the need for intermediaries.
The BTC symbol, which is the largest of the world’s cryptocurrencies, shows the Bitcoin price. Nevertheless, recognizing that bitcoin is not a form of currency alone is important; it is a payment system that allows users to e-mail verifiable transactions safely without the intervention of a central body. All transactions are held in a “blockchain” public directory containing all transactions that are ever carried out on the Bitcoin network.
Published as open-source software in 2009, Bitcoin is often considered the first digital currency in the world and is best known as an electronically only digital currency. Bitcoin is decentralized, which means there is no central issuing authority or political institution which governs the distribution of Bitcoin. Nevertheless, the Bitcoin system is not anarchic.
What is Bitcoin used for?
As much as it was originally designed to make cryptocurrency mining something that everyone can do with their home computer, the days were long over. Either Bitcoin, Litecoin, DASH or a host of other cryptocurrencies are mined today— the most effective way to do this is by using a piece of hardware called an ASIC miner.
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