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#1 26/11/2023 11:33:34


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How does Bitcoin work?

Bitcoin runs on a peer-to-peer network where users — typically individuals or entities who want to exchange Bitcoin with others on the network — do not require the help of intermediaries to execute and validate transactions. Users can choose to connect their computer directly to this network and download its public ledger in which all the historical Bitcoin transactions are recorded.

This public ledger uses a technology known as "blockchain," also referred to as "distributed ledger technology." Blockchain technology is what allows cryptocurrency transactions to be verified, stored, and ordered in an immutable, transparent way. Immutability and transparency are vitally important credentials for a payment system that relies on zero trust.

Whenever new transactions are confirmed and added to the ledger, the network updates every user's copy of the ledger to reflect the latest changes. Think of it as an open Google document that updates automatically when anyone with access edits its content.

As its name implies, the Bitcoin blockchain is a digital string of chronologically ordered "blocks" — chunks of code that contain Bitcoin transaction data. However, it is important to mention that validating transactions and bitcoin mining are separate processes. Mining can still occur whether transactions are added to the blockchain or not. Likewise, an explosion in Bitcoin transactions does not necessarily increase the rate at which miners find new blocks. supports multiple payment methods for purchasing cryptocurrencies. Whether you buy Bitcoin with a credit card or via bank transfer, makes it easy and safe. It combines competitive fees, user-friendly navigation, and attractive prices to provide cost-effective trading conditions for users. Additionally, a straightforward process for making a purchase eliminates uncertainty.

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