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Bitcoin is a digital type of currency, but it is not the same as other forms of digital money like credit cards, wire transfers, Paypal, or other electronic services. Those are all controlled by banks, using a “centralized” ledger that keeps track of who owns what. Each account holder is tracked in this ledger, along […]
There are multiple ways to buy bitcoin, and many users are finding that the easiest and quickest way to buy bitcoin is with cash at a bitcoin ATM. Just follow these 4 easy steps! STEP 1 – CREATE A COINSOURCE ACCOUNT To buy bitcoin, you will need to create an account with a regulated and […]
There will be times when you’ll want to sell Bitcoin for cash, and it’s incredibly easy with your Coinsource account at a Coinsource Bitcoin ATM. STEP 1 – CREATE A COINSOURCE ACCOUNT To sell bitcoin, you will need to create an account with a regulated and secure bitcoin buying and selling service like Coinsource. To […]
Now that you own Bitcoin, you may wonder what you can purchase or pay for with it. Here are four options for spending Bitcoin: Option 1 – Bitcoin debit cards Sign up for a bitcoin debit card service which enables you to spend your bitcoin anywhere that Visa or Mastercard is accepted. The two forms […]
How do I enroll with Coinsource? In order to enroll, you’ll simply need your cell phone and your government-issued State ID or Driver License. (We do not accept foreign ID’s, City ID’s or Passports at this time.) To begin, simply fill out our enrollment form starting with your phone number, you will receive a six-digit confirmation code […]
How can I buy Bitcoin? Well, there’s several ways you can go about buying Bitcoin such as online exchanges and even through other digital currencies, but the fastest, easiest, most secure way to buy Bitcoin is by using cash at a Bitcoin ATM. Using Coinsource Bitcoin ATMs, you can buy as little as $5 worth […]
Since you can’t physically hold or stash away actual Bitcoins (they don’t exist in the 3D world), you need a Bitcoin wallet to store the records of each Bitcoin transaction you make. Each transaction has a unique, single-use token called a Bitcoin address, accessed with a private key, and these addresses are stored in your […]