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How can I sell Bitcoin?
There are many ways in which you can sell your Bitcoins.
Over the counter (OTC) trade is growing everywhere, thus fulfilling one of Satoshi's original ideas, which was to have...
ELI5 : What is Proof of Trust (PoT)?
Proof of Trust is a consensus mechanism where users “stake” the trust they’ve earned in a network in order to verify cryptocurrency transactions. In a proof of trust system, users will earn a virtual value called “trust” every time they acquire a role in the ecosystem. A highly trusted node will be able to verify […]
Brazilian tax authority hardens rules for Bitcoin exchanges: monthly statements to become mandatory
The Brazilian equivalent of the IRS, Receita Federal (RFB), wants to tighten the rules for cryptocurrency exchanges. The new administrative guidelines were released to the public when the terms of a public consultation were published earlier today. Anti-Money Laundering The consultation was opened to request comments from experts about how to deal with tax dodging […]
What is cryptocurrency mining?
Mining is the process by which cryptocurrency transactions are verified. The process got its name from the fact that once a block is verified, whoever solves the block will earn some coins as a reward. The hard work involved and the gold coin reward analogy led to it being called mining. When Bitcoin was launched, […]
What is the difference between digital money and cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies are a form of digital money, but what we normally understand as digital money is represented in fiat currency. For instance, prepaid cards, virtual credit cards and other forms of digital money are simply fiat money deposited into some account under a traditional banking institution. Parents, for instance, can load up their children’s cards […]
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Cryptocurrency Transactions (TX's) are the logical object which tie an unspent output to a new input, forming the chain which allows us to control address balances. Transactions are grouped into blocks which, when verified by mining or staking, form the blockchain.