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Note: This isn't a tutorial on how to use bitcoin, please check out my "Introduction to Bitcoin" tutorial if your are new to Bitcoin.
Different methods are covered, including, Direct Deposit, Bank Transfer, and Moneygram.
There is always a real person (a trader, a miner, or just a Bitcoin enthusiast) on the other end of the deal, ready to process your payment.
BitBargain is instant, it supports Bank Tranfers, Pingit and Ukash as payment methods.
Paypal hates Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and will ban anyone caught buying or selling Bitcoins via their service.
2:37 Buy bitcoins easily with your credit card or Paypal using Brawker.
LocalBitcoins protects bitcoin trade process with reputation system, escrow process, and two-factor mobile login.
After the seller gets the payment the seller releases the bitcoins and they instantly become available in your LocalBitcoins wallet.
Regional forums (USA, South America, Asia…) are suitable places ask to questions if the question is regarding local policies and regulation.
In this video I'll show you the basics of how to go about buying Bitcoins.
12:20 How To Buy Bitcoins Quick 'n' Easy.
This video is intended to clear that up and allow you to dip your toe into the bitcoin world without fear or potential fraud.
Hosted by James D'Angelo, we'll take you on a tour of some of the best ways to get your first bitcoins.
How To Buy Bitcoins Quick 'n' Easy.
Bitinstant is not back online yet so this is the easiest way buy bitcoins without an account with one of the major exchanges.
Good tutorial on the quickest and easiest way to buy bitcoins for beginners.
I suggest you pickup the Bitcoin Survival guide if not for the simple educational value, but for the knowledge that is needed to actually make money in bitcoin.
Fastest Way to Get Started with buying and trading Bitcoin with Cash.
The Bitcoin Survival guide is touted as the #1 getting started with Bitcoin books in the community.
All of the elite members agree that it is the best source of information regarding Bitcoin and cryptocurrency for beginners.
You simply aren't used to working with crypto currency and trading Bitcoin .
People who get in late or don't pay attention can really start kicking themselves when Bitcoin decides to go to $10000USD a coin.
In this short tutorial I will show you how to safely and securely purchase Bitcoins using Coinbase.
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For long term Bitcoin storage, it’s best to save it offline in a paper wallet.
Print a Paper Wallet — you can also set a passphrase on your wallet for extra security.
Why are people so excited? Bitcoin enthusiasts believe that Bitcoin’s peer-to-peer architecture and low barriers to entry will allow the creation of a new generation of innovative financial services, in much the same way that the Internet’s open architecture led to innovative new online services.
Users of the Silk Road – a hidden, online marketplace for illicit drugs – used a digital currency called Bitcoin to hide their identity and make it difficult to trace transactions.
And that’s a good thing: if Bitcoin became the standard currency of the US economy, then its fixed money supply would create a serious risk of the next economic downturn snowballing into a depression.
Bitcoin is an online financial network that people use to send payments from one person to another.
Even the Bitcoin Foundation, which pays its employees in bitcoins, still sets its employees’ salaries in dollars, converting employees’ dollar-based salaries into the corresponding number of bitcoins on each payday.
These prizes provide a strong incentive for more people to join in Bitcoin’s transaction-clearing process, helping the currency to remain decentralized.
There are almost 12 million bitcoins in existence, so the Bitcoin "money supply" is now worth around $7 billion.
In many ways, Bitcoin is similar to conventional payment networks like Visa credit cards or Paypal.
Right now, there are almost 12 million bitcoins in ciruclation, so the Bitcoin money supply will never be more than twice its current size.
The currency was created by a person who indentified himself as "Satoshi Nakamoto." While the name sounds Japanese, Bitcoin’s creator never provided any personal details.
You can also spend bitcoins in "real life." To spend them in person, you need a Bitcoin mobile app.
A few Bitcoin ATMs are popping up, which will directly trade paper money for Bitcoins.
Bitcoin’s decentralized architecture means that it is the world’s first completely open financial network.
The security and reliability risks of Bitcoin loom much larger if you invest thousands of dollars in the currency.
Some day soon, someone may develop Bitcoin’s "killer app," a program that provides a financial service that has clear advantages over conventional banking.
Bitcoin is international, and its fees can be much lower than conventional wire transfer services.
A startup called Bitpay, which processes Bitcoin payments on behalf of vendors, raised more than $2 million earlier this year.
What about speculating on Bitcoin? Once again, the currency probably isn’t a good choice for ordinary users.
This graph shows the price of one Bitcoin since the start of 2011, when the currency began to adopt mainstream attention.
Also, Bitcoin is extremely volatile right now, so your wallet could go from having $100 worth of Bitcoins one day to $50 the next.
There are thousands of Bitcoin merchants online who will sell you everything from jewelry to electronics to illegal drugs.
However, there could be a lot of room for Bitcoin to complement conventional financial networks.
You can now pay for all your favorite products on Overstock.com using Bitcoins! As the first major retailer to accept Bitcoins, Overstock.com is expanding the possibilities of Bitcoin purchases by offering thousands of products to the Bitcoin community.
You can now buy thousands of Overstock.com products with Bitcoins! We've partnered with Coinbase to become the first major retailer to accept the digital currency.
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It happened like you saw in the video–I had to create an account with the Bitcoin Agents through the Robocoin machine, giving it my telephone number (for SMS verification), creating a PIN, scanning my palm, letting it take my photo, and then also scan a copy of my driver’s license.
Austin-based Bitcoin Agents was the first operator to install Robocoin machines in the states (a Hacker Dojo in Mountain View wasn’t far behind), putting machines in three locations timed to open with the Texas Bitcoin Conference and SXSW.
I sent a support email to Bitcoin Agents, and received a text message the next day (they matched my name to my phone number, I assume) from Mike Piri, the owner of the Austin Robocoin machines explaining the situation.
These fees are just one of the sources of controversy regarding Bitcoin ATMs; in Vancouver, the Robocoin operator had to hire a part-time chaperone to watch over the kiosk and prevent other traders from intercepting customers with the promise of lower-cost or free transactions.
According to a Wired report, Mark and John Russell, wanted to find a way to automate the process using a machine, while still working within the still-evolving regulatory guidelines set by US government for Bitcoin transactions.
After logging back into the machine with my phone number, PIN, and palmprint, the kiosk spit out a receipt with a QR code representing the wallet address of Bitcoin Agents.
The idea was that I would use my wallet to send the Bitcoin value to the operator, with the promise that after receipt, the machine would dispense the equivalent in cash–minus the transaction fee.
The biggest hassle was in trying to get our money out from the Robocoin machine, selling the Bitcoin back to Bitcoin Agents.
The way I understand it now, transactions have to be confirmed by the Bitcoin network, with the data of that transaction being attached to new blocks of data that’s generated by the mining process.
Their first customers set up shop in Canada, where Bitcoin trading regulations are more lax–the machine doesn’t need identification verification to take or dispense cash.
Yes, here was a machine that promised not only to slurp up your dollars to transfer fractions of Bitcoin to your digital wallet, but also let you cash out of virtual currency for Uncle Sam-backed bills.
Bitcoin Agents holds on to that identification data to comply with government anti-money laundering laws, but there’s no promise that they can’t be hacked or won’t use that information for suspect ventures in the future.
Group Goal #2 — 1000 Bitcoins – I will travel the world promoting bitcoins with a megaphone, microprojector, and some speakers making speeches about bitcoin and distributing fliers, stickers and other “how to use bitcoin” related information all while continuing to film this show, but actually doing so from exotic locations instead of just using a green screen.
 If you can’t donate, or would like to chip in and be all the bitcoins you can be, please consider sharing this video, and sending a link to the BitcoinStarter to your friends and maybe if you’re feeling gregarious, go ahead and spam, I mean post the link around to bitcoin forums and other places where you think people might be interested, but haven’t yet heard the good word about MadBitcoins.
The upload of her video this week comes as New York’s top financial regulator announced proposed regulations for bitcoin companies that do business in the state, including requiring the businesses to have "BitLicenses." The proposal, which is in the public comment phase, is the first time a state has proposed to specifically regulate the nascent cryptocurrency arena.
The video, called "Bitcoin Girl," is produced by the nonprofit Moving Picture Institute and stars Naomi Brockwell, who works at the institute and is actively involved in bitcoin circles, according to her website.
In the latest attempt to bring bitcoin to the masses — or perhaps just to ruin another Billy Joel song through parody — a bitcoin-themed spoof of "Uptown Girl" has made its way to YouTube audiences.
Spoiler alert: Wall Street Guy does finally get some bitcoin, which he first uses to buy an incredibly small amount of champagne (I don’t know why he couldn’t get a full glass), and then to finally win over Bitcoin Girl.
"Bitcoin Girl" is not the first bitcoin-related YouTube music video floating out there in the interwebs.
The point of the video is to educate people about bitcoin and tackle some of the misconceptions about the cryptocurrency, Brockwell says in a press release.
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