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December 07, 2017, 10:30:46 AM
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Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening,

I am new to this forum and a noob to Crypto currencies, I have been interested in them for a while but was put off getting involved by not knowing much which I guess is the case for a lot of people. The more people that get involved the better for the market/currencies right? I thought that if I asked a couple of 'noobish' questions, maybe it will help others who don't have the confidence to ask them (believe it or not, it does take an amount of confidence to post in a forum with members so knowledgeable and experienced).

First, how do you actually buy Bitcoins? I have created a wallet and now I have money ready to purchase coins but its not obvious to me how to pay for them, as in is there an official place where they are for sale or would I need to be from an individual seller at an agreed price?

Secondly, how does it work with selling them? (I assume its the opposite of buying as above but again, its not obvious to me) the reason I ask is that I wouldn't want to go ahead buy them and then find that I cannot sell them.

I wont ask anymore just yet but I hope I am allowed to ask these questions here, if not I didn't intentionally not follow the forum rules and I apologise, if it is allowed then thanks and I appreciate anyone reading it for taking the time to do so. I hope this post can help others and I look forward to the feedback.

Thanks again
Kind regards to all Smiley

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