The authoritative knowledge shared by these two Harvard Minds is evident in the concisely written and easily digestible chapters as well as the clear, simple steps to start investing in Bitcoin. For those who want to learn more about this phenomenon that has disrupted the financial market, and emerging as both the present and future of investing, this book will provide the critical information needed to make informed decisions about investing in Bitcoin. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in investing, not just “for beginners”.
Just like you use an ATM for your local money (USD, EUR etc.), you can now use an ATM for Bitcoin! The only difference is, you cannot use Bitcoin ATMs to withdraw money. You can only use it to buy Bitcoin. The best thing about Bitcoin ATMs is that they are simple, easy to use and you can use cash/paper money. That’s one of the easiest answers on how to invest in Bitcoin.
But before we get to the tutorial steps, it's really important to know what we're getting into. Increasingly I hear from students making mistakes due to rushing into Bitcoin because of all the hype. There's so much fragmented or misleading information out there. My aim here is to strip it to total basics without putting you off for another 4 years (hopefully).
Last year, One Bitcoin rose from $997 to $19,000. That’s like 19 Times Returns on the BIGGEST & Number One cryptocurrency in the world. At the moment, 1 Bitcoin = $6500+ One of the biggest names in blockchain fînance is predicting a huge, imminent surge for bitcoin. Philip Nunn – CEO of Blackmore Group –believes we could see bitcoin hit $60,000 THIS year 2018.That would be an enormous 795% leap from where it sits today. This means almost ALL altcoins Under $1 – $20 per coin can go as high as 20 Times – 50 Times Returns. Do you know… Read more »
First one piece of good news: You can buy fractions up to the eighth decimal place of bitcoin. That means you don’t need to plunk down the nearly $17,000 you often see quoted as the price for a full bitcoin — which is probably for the best, as we noted above. As of Thursday afternoon, that one ten-thousandth — four decimal places or 0.0001 — of a bitcoin is worth about $1.65.