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Why Use Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a relatively new form of currency that is just beginning to hit the mainstream, but many people still don't understand why they should make the effort to use it.
Why use bitcoin?

 

Here are 5 good reasons why it’s worth taking the time to get involved in this virtual currency.

 

It’s fast

When you pay a cheque from another bank into your bank, the bank will often hold that money for several days, because it can’t trust that the funds are really available. Similarly, international wire transfers can take a relatively long time. Bitcoin transactions, however, are generally far faster.

Transactions can be instantaneous if they are “zero-confirmation” transactions, meaning that the merchant takes on the risk of accepting a transaction that hasn’t yet been confirmed by the bitcoin blockchain. Or, they can take around 10 minutes if a merchant requires the transaction to be confirmed. That is far faster than any inter-bank transfer.

 

It’s cheap

What’s that you say? Your credit card transactions are instantaneous too? Well, that’s true. But your merchant (and possibly you) pay for that privilege. Some merchants will charge a fee for debit card transactions too, as they have to pay a ‘swipe fee’ for fulfilling them. Bitcoin transaction fees are minimal, or in some cases free.

 

People can’t steal your payment information from merchants

This is a big one. Most online purchases today are made via credit cards, but in the 1920s and ’30s, when the first precursors to credit cards appeared, the Internet hadn’t yet been conceived. Credit cards were never supposed to be used online and are insecure. Online forms require you to enter all your secret information (the credit card number, expiry date, and CSV number) into a web form. It’s hard to think of a less secure way to do online business. This is why credit card numbers keep being stolen.

Bitcoin transactions, however, don’t require you to give up any secret information. Instead, they use two keys: a public key, and a private one. Anyone can see the public key (which is actually your bitcoin address), but your private key is secret.

 

You own it

There is no other electronic cash system in which your account isn't owned by someone else. Take PayPal, for example: if the company decides for some reason that your account has been misused, it has the power to freeze all of the assets held in the account, without consulting you. It is then up to you to jump through whatever hoops are necessary to get it cleared, so that you can access your funds. With bitcoin, you own the private key and the corresponding public key that makes up a bitcoin address. No one can take that away from you (unless you lose it yourself, or host it with a web-based wallet service that loses it for you).

 

It isn’t inflationary

The problem with regular fiat currency is that governments can print as much of it as they like, and they frequently do. If there are not enough US dollars to pay off the national debt, then the Federal Reserve can simply print more. If the economy is sputtering, then the government can take newly created money and inject it into the economy, via a much-publicised process known as quantitative easing. This causes the value of a currency to decrease.

If you suddenly double the number of dollars in circulation, then that means there are two dollars where before there was only one. Someone who had been selling a chocolate bar for a dollar will have to double the price to make it worth the same as it was before, because a dollar suddenly has only half its value. This is called inflation, and it causes the price of goods and services to increase. Inflation can be difficult to control, and can decrease people’s buying power. Bitcoin was designed to have a maximum number of coins. Only 21 million will ever be created under the original specification. This means that after that, the number of bitcoins won’t grow, so inflation won’t be a problem. In fact, deflation – where the price of goods and services falls – is more likely in the bitcoin world.

 

How to buy bitcoin using Credit card or paypal ?  

Coinbase makes it easy to convert your local currency into and out of bitcoin. On this page, you'll learn how to buy bitcoin and store it securely in a wallet.

https://www.coinbase.com/buy-bitcoin?locale=en 

 

Good News for you, We have received payment through digital currency Bitcoin and Ethereum. now you can pay your order through Bitcoin. Transactions using Bitcoin and Ethereum are faster than other payment methods, this makes it easier for us to deliver your Packages quickly.

To send payment with bitcoin is very easy,efficient and transaction fee is not more than 5 Dollar. Follow the steps below.

1. Visit this Company : https://changelly.com , Signup and submit your personal details and upload a photo of your ID.

2. Do a bitcoin purchase, If your Grand Total is 1215, Buy bitcoin according to the amount. they will calculate from USD to BTC.

3. If they ask for a bitcoin address, enter the bitcoin address we have given you. Check our bitcoin address in your email.

4.  Wait until they have notified whether your credit card is approved or not, it will take 1 business day. If your credit card is approved by them, then we will receive your payment.

5. After we receive payment from the company, we will notify you immediately.

 

What if they can not process your credit card? or your credit card is not approved?

Please Quiet, there are still other companies. Below we provide some list of companies that can Accept credit cards to Buy bitcoin. you should try once again at another company.

1. https://changelly.com

2. https://buy.bitcoin.com

3. https://paxful.com

4. https://coinbase.com

5. https://www.coinmama.com/bitcoin

Please try once again some of the above companies, do his way like the instructions above.

This transaction is very easy and efficient, please try it first. and if you are still confused please ask us back.