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About Bitcoin In detail Information!

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You have probably been hearing a lot about bitcoins, but largely clueless about what it is. Knowledge about “digital gold”, as bitcoins are often referred to, is still at a rudimentary stage in India. Towards that end, let’s find out what bitcoins are and their relevance to our country.

What are bitcoins ?


Bitcoins are probably the best-known cryptocurrency. You can use it for payments without any third party involvement like the government,

bank, or a market regulator. Consider bitcoins like a big ledger shared by several users. When you pay for a product or service with bitcoins, or get paid, the transaction is entered into a ledger. Computers, using complex mathematical equations, compete to confirm the transaction. The winner is awarded more bitcoins. The process is called “mining”. But don’t get trapped into it. Only the computer geeks get their coins this way. Bitcoins are electronically converted to long strings of code having monetary value.

What’s the point?


Bitcoins have populist roots. It debuted in relative obscurity in 2009, at a time when the financial crisis was still underway. The idea was to take power out from the hands of governments and bankers that usually control the flow of currency.

Who regulates Bitcoins?


The bitcoin currency is completely decentralised and unregulated. There’s no national bank or government mint, and neither any depositor insurance coverage. The currency is self-contained with no collaterals,

which means there’s no precious metal behind bitcoins. The value of the currency resides within the currency itself.

Bitcoins are stewarded by “miners” i.e. a massive web of people contributing their personal computers to the currency’s network. The miners act both as ledger keepers and auditors for the transactions.

They are paid for their work via new bitcoins for every block they verify for the network.

Once you own bitcoins, the currency behaves just like physical gold i.e. they have value and trade almost like gold nuggets in your pocket. The bitcoins can be used for purchasing goods and services over the internet, or tuck them away and hope their value increases over time.

What’s so great?


Here are some of the advantages of using bitcoins.

Freedom of payment: With bitcoins it’s possible to send and receive money to and from any corner of the world. You don’t need to worry about crossing borders, changing plans for bank holidays, or other

limitations that come in mind while transferring money. You can control all your bitcoin money. There’s no central authority to intervene.

No counterfeiting: Since there is no physical form of the currency, bitcoins are free from counterfeiting. There are no risks of a country’s economy losing crores in this regard.

Control and security: Allowing users full control in their transactions help keep bitcoins safe for the network. Merchants can’t levy any extra fees on anything sans being noticed. They have to seek

customer approval before adding charges. Payment via bitcoins can be made without any personal information tied to the transactions, which in turn, protects from identity thefts. Besides, bitcoins can be encrypted and backed up to lend safety to your money.

Transparent information: All finalised transactions can be seen by everyone, with the personal details hidden. Only your public address is visible. Anyone, at any time, is free to verify the bitcoin blockchain.

Also, the bitcoin protocol can’t be manipulated by any government, organisation or person because the currency is cryptographically secure.

Low fees: Bitcoins may have very low fees or no fee at all. Users may include charges to process the transaction faster. The higher the fee, the more priority it attracts on the network and quicker is the

processing time. Digital currency exchanges help merchants process transactions by converting bitcoins to flat currency. These services usually have lower fees than credit cards.

Less risk for merchants: Bitcoin transactions are irreversible. Merchants are thus protected from potential losses. They can also do business where fraud rates are high because it’s extremely difficult to con or cheat anyone due to the public ledger (blockchain).

What’s not so great?


Bitcoins are not entirely void of disadvantages. Here are some of them.

Lack of awareness: Most people are still unaware of the crypto currency. They need to be properly educated in this regard. Networking is important to spread the word. The list of businesses accepting

bitcoins is still only a handful. A company should also have knowledgeable staff handling digital currencies, and how they help people use the digital currency.

Risk and volatility: Bitcoins are volatile largely because there’s a limited number of coins with the demand increasing with each passing day. But it’s expected that the volatility will decrease with time.

Still developing: Bitcoins are still in their infancy, with

incomplete features at various stages of development. New features are being developed to make the cryptocurrency more accessible and secure.
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