10 Bitcoin Wallet Apps You Should Consider Using Today

  • For anyone wanting to begin their foray into this form of peer-to-peer transaction, which offers anonymity while simultaneously cutting out banks and other traditional third party financial entities, the first step is getting a Bitcoin wallet.
  • Bitcoins are stored in a digital wallet, stored in the cloud or on your personal computer, which act like a bank account, letting you pay or exchange Bitcoins.
  • It allows for cold-storage integrations with hardware Bitcoin wallets like Trezor or KeepKey, and has a unique feature to help manage your private keys as well as a secret number that allows Bitcoins to be spent.
  • This multi-signature technology allows Bitcoin wallets to be controlled by multiple private keys and users.
  • Bitcoin Wallet is the first mobile Bitcoin app.

If you’re into the future of digital payment, you’ve probably already heard of the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. While Bitcoin is now incredibly difficult to …
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Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]

Now I Get It: #Bitcoin by @Pogue

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
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Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]

Now I Get It: Bitcoin by @Pogue

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
Continue reading “Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]”

Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]

Now I Get It: #Bitcoin

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
Continue reading “Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]”

Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
Continue reading “Now I Get It: Bitcoin [Video]”

Now I Get It: Bitcoin

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
Continue reading “Now I Get It: Bitcoin”

Now I Get It: Bitcoin

  • This arrangement has some stunning advantages over traditional currency or credit cards:

    There’s a whole lot of really cool, really complicated math involved in Bitcoin, designed to keep it secure and to prevent Bitcoin inflation.

  • There’s no government to decide when to print new money in this case, so new bitcoins are “mined”—created—through a complex scheme you can read about here.
  • When you get a Bitcoin address—something like an email address—you also get a complex password known as a private key, which you need to access your stash.
  • At that point, you can transfer money to other people by sending it to their Bitcoin addresses.
  • Or if your Bitcoin exchange goes out of business, which has happened plenty; in fact, 18 of the first 40 exchanges had gone under as of 2013, taking all their clients’ money with them.

Man, if anything needs the “now I get it” treatment, it’s Bitcoin. You hear about it all the time in financial and technical circles—but most people really don’t grasp it.
Continue reading “Now I Get It: Bitcoin”