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Bitcoin's peer-to-peer network uses a system of computers called miners to cryptographically verify that a transaction is legitimate. Usually, a transaction needs to garner six "confirmations" before it is considered complete, which at times can take up to three hours.

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Usually, a transaction needs to garner six "confirmations" before it is considered complete
Not true. It is ridicolous that this myth kept being repeated and repeated

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