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March 15, 2018, 11:25:12 AM
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How to buy BTC.
Maybe someone doesn't know how to begin.
Suppose this article can help.
Everyone is curious as to what bitcoin is and how one gets to earn it and spend it. Bitcoin is the most famous and biggest digital currency in the world regarding market capitalization and the market share where there are no intermediaries to handle the transactions. Microsoft Co-founder, Bill Gates has a lot of faith in Bitcoin to the point of saying, "Bitcoin is a technological tour de force."
According to Leon Louw, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, every informed person needs to know at least about bitcoin since it has the potential to become one of the world's most significant developments.
The best way to learn about bitcoin, is to jump in and get a few in your "pocket" to get a feel for how they work.
Despite the hype about how difficult and dangerous it can be, getting bitcoins is a lot easier and safer than you might think. In a lot of ways, it is probably easier than opening an account at a traditional bank. And, given what has been happening in the banking system, it is probably safer too.
Before getting started, you will need to get yourself a wallet. You can do this easily enough by registering with one of the exchanges which will host wallet for you. And, although I think you are going to want to have one or more exchange wallets eventually, you should start with one on your own computer both to get a better feel for bitcoin and because the exchanges are still experimental themselves. One can buy bitcoins directly from other bitcoin users via marketplaces or through exchanges, and one pays for them through hard cash, credit or debit cards, electronic wire transfers, other cryptocurrencies, PayPal, et al.
Wallet is a way to store your bitcoins. Specifically, it is software that has been designed to store bitcoin. It can be run on your desktop computer, laptop, mobile device (except, as yet, Apple) and can also be made to store bitcoins on things like thumb drives. If you are concerned about being hacked, then that is a good option. Even the Winklevoss* twins, who have millions invested in bitcoin, put their investment on hard drives which they then put into a safety deposit box.
The next step is to fund your Bitcoin wallet and start placing orders.
 
Where to Buy Bitcoins
 
• Localbitcoins: - This is the first  site for arranging face-to-face transactions and prices negotiated. Its escrow service has made the site popular since it adds an added layer of protection for the buyer and the seller with a trust score of A. you can pay for bitcoins via PayPal, cash, or bank transfers.
But there is a chance to get scammed. A lot of brute account are selling now. https://localbitcoins.com
 
• Coinbase: - This is another of the popular bitcoin wallets with one of the simplest ways of buying bitcoin. Upon sign up, one gets a $5 bonus. It has a trust score of A+. Use your card or bank transfers to buy bitcoins. https://www.coinbase.com/
  
• Bitquick: - This site is also beginner friendly allowing users to buy and accept payments for bitcoins via hard currency as well as bank transfers. It has a trust rating of B. https://www.bitquick.co/
 
With bitcoins, you can anonymously buy merchandise; make cheaper international payments since the Bitcoins are not subject to regulation from any country. The bitcoin market is very volatile and more people are buying them hoping to make a profit when the price goes up.
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March 20, 2018, 01:45:00 PM
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Very insightful. Especially for new investors who are just coming in and do not understand the market or how to get bitcoins without much stress. Thank you for this.
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March 20, 2018, 01:50:17 PM
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not only those 3 markets.
You can buy btc in so many markets with variative price. i think i prefer binance for newbie trader, it serve a good user interface and chart indicators
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March 20, 2018, 02:02:34 PM
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asked by many people who have had experience and then discuss it first and then buy it new and need experienced people to buy bitcoin.
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March 20, 2018, 02:10:48 PM
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Don't forget Bitcoin ATM's. If you live in or near a major city there is likely one nearby. Simply have a mobile Bitcoin wallet app and deposit some cash, scan your Bitcoin QR code and done. The fees might be a bit higher but nothing beats the convenience.

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March 20, 2018, 02:11:00 PM
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There are countless numbers of exchangers today. Aggregator exchangers Bestchange offers more than 20 options for exchanging rubles for bitcoins.

Exchange options for bitcoin on the Bestchange service

You choose the most profitable online course and then follow the link instantly go to the exchanger's website, where there is a direct exchange. Each exchanger has its own requirements for the minimum amount of enrollment (min 2000 rubles - min 5000 rubles). Some exchangers take a commission, some not, but as a rule the price of the exchanger is significantly higher than, for example, buying bitcoin on the exchange.

For example, the leader of the Bitochek exchange offers to buy 1 BTC for ₽ 294 640.59 (as of August 30, 2017), while the average price on the crypto-exchange exchanges is ₽ 254,365.74 (as of August 30, 2017). The difference is more than 15%. Is it possible to buy bitcoin in the exchanger? It's up to you, but it's best to find out what alternatives are available.
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March 20, 2018, 02:11:53 PM
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"You can definitely buy a cue-ball," you will say, and you will be right. Payment systems are also involved in the game. However, it is necessary to make a reservation. The payment systems themselves do not sell bitcoins or any other crypto currency (yet). These are the same exchangers, and the only difference is that the transfer of rubles is through the purse of Yandex.Money (or the purse of any other payment system).

However, we note that e-money buying bitcoins is more profitable. For example, the exchanger Rubitok offers 1 BTC for ₽ 274 424,13 through Yandex.Money, which is about ₽ 20 000 more profitable than if you buy a crypto currency by transferring money from the card. By ruble exchange, Qiwi, Advanced Cash, Perfect Money, Payeer and Paypal are most common.
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March 20, 2018, 02:13:10 PM
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The most interesting way of exchanging rubles for bitcoins, from the point of view of savings on the commission, is the purchase of a currency on the exchange. The popular resource of WorldCoinIndex includes the listing of more than 400 crypts on 50 exchanges where you can buy bitcoins (and other crypto-currencies) for dollars, euros, rubles and less common traditional currencies (about 15 in all).
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March 20, 2018, 02:21:40 PM
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As far as I know: To trade bitcoin you enter "Trade", under BTC price you will see two parts, one is Buy BTC, one is BTC Sale. All purchases are available here.

Buy bitcoin on BTC-e

If you want to buy BTC, you will buy BTC Buy (left). Here you can buy Sell units in Sell orders or create orders to get better prices.

If you choose to sell, just click on one of the sell orders in the sell order list (note the top is always the cheapest order) and the number will automatically add to the beginning, you only modify the BTC to buy. At BTC and then buy BTC is completed, buy successfully.

If you want to buy something cheaper, you can make a purchase by filling out the Purchase Order, specifically the BTC you want to buy at BTC, enter the price you want to buy at the Price for each BTC and then click Buy BTC. . And then you wait, when the price on the floor drops to the point where you set prices will definitely have the seller for you, and you do not need to do, the system will automatically buy for you, even if you are not online. If the price is not lower than your order, no one sells BTC to you because the system can not automatically buy BTC for you, you can only cancel to create a BTC at higher price.

BTC Sell (right) is for you to make BTC orders, just like you buy it from the Buy list or you can create your own order. to sell for a higher price.

Bitcoin trading at BTC-e takes place automatically, no need to get your wallet address, nor get your wallet address to send to the seller.
Surely there are other ways?


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March 20, 2018, 08:00:19 PM
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Very insightful. Especially for new investors who are just coming in and do not understand the market or how to get bitcoins without much stress. Thank you for this.
The newcomers should read this thread and as you mentioned, the information provided is very useful. Usually the new investors go in loss because of unavailability of authentic and desired information. New investors usually don’t have enough budget to buy bitcoin or other good altcoins directly from exchanges, they need to go for signature campaigns and understand the markets one has posted about.
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March 26, 2018, 02:48:35 PM
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Firstly you need a good wallet, for example blockchain info.
After you should go to exchange with your usual money and buy bitocin.
Then you can send your tokens on the wallet
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March 29, 2018, 05:29:39 PM
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You can buy BTC on a exchange
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April 10, 2018, 02:39:39 PM
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You’ll also need a “wallet,” a place to store the digital currency. (You’ll need one of these no matter which exchange you might use.) The wallet stores your private key, a secret number—a 256-bit string—that gives you access to your Bitcoins. Your private key also allows you the freedom to move across marketplaces. Just because you purchased Bitcoin on a particular exchange doesn’t mean you have to stick with it; your private key ensures that you can always access your wallet, whichever marketplace you use.

You can buy Bitcoins directly from other people using online marketplaces, no different than any other product or service. Alternately, you can also use a digital currency exchange or broker such as Coinbase, Bitstamp, Kraken, and Gatehub. Coinbase is one of the biggest U.S. cryptocurrency exchanges. For a beginner, it’s best and easiest to use one of these exchange.
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April 10, 2018, 02:54:25 PM
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The safest way would be to buy them in person for the first time so the beginner into crypto know how the process works and see it while it happens.
It could be viewed as a learning method so to know what to expect when the transaction is put through the blockchain
because if done online it is hard for some to comprehend what happens after they send their payment for bitcoin and what happens next.
If they had a mentor to tell them step by step what happens then the first time buyer will better understand approximately what they are to get in return and how long it should potentially can take even with the advancements that have taken place in the past few months of the blockchain making transactions faster and essentially cheaper too.

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April 10, 2018, 03:02:17 PM
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People just have to look at the different fees that are charged with the different methods. Some prices are very inflated with

trading fees and all.  Roll Eyes The one-on-one method is also very risky for people in countries where Bitcoin is banned and also the

possibility to get robbed. Be very careful when you trade with someone {face2face} There are a lot of scammers out there and

credit card fraud is rampant.  Shocked

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April 10, 2018, 05:30:06 PM
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How to buy BTC.
Maybe someone doesn't know how to begin.
Suppose this article can help.
Everyone is curious as to what bitcoin is and how one gets to earn it and spend it. Bitcoin is the most famous and biggest digital currency in the world regarding market capitalization and the market share where there are no intermediaries to handle the transactions. Microsoft Co-founder, Bill Gates has a lot of faith in Bitcoin to the point of saying, "Bitcoin is a technological tour de force."
According to Leon Louw, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, every informed person needs to know at least about bitcoin since it has the potential to become one of the world's most significant developments.
The best way to learn about bitcoin, is to jump in and get a few in your "pocket" to get a feel for how they work.
Despite the hype about how difficult and dangerous it can be, getting bitcoins is a lot easier and safer than you might think. In a lot of ways, it is probably easier than opening an account at a traditional bank. And, given what has been happening in the banking system, it is probably safer too.
Before getting started, you will need to get yourself a wallet. You can do this easily enough by registering with one of the exchanges which will host wallet for you. And, although I think you are going to want to have one or more exchange wallets eventually, you should start with one on your own computer both to get a better feel for bitcoin and because the exchanges are still experimental themselves. One can buy bitcoins directly from other bitcoin users via marketplaces or through exchanges, and one pays for them through hard cash, credit or debit cards, electronic wire transfers, other cryptocurrencies, PayPal, et al.
Wallet is a way to store your bitcoins. Specifically, it is software that has been designed to store bitcoin. It can be run on your desktop computer, laptop, mobile device (except, as yet, Apple) and can also be made to store bitcoins on things like thumb drives. If you are concerned about being hacked, then that is a good option. Even the Winklevoss* twins, who have millions invested in bitcoin, put their investment on hard drives which they then put into a safety deposit box.
The next step is to fund your Bitcoin wallet and start placing orders.
 
Where to Buy Bitcoins
 
• Localbitcoins: - This is the first  site for arranging face-to-face transactions and prices negotiated. Its escrow service has made the site popular since it adds an added layer of protection for the buyer and the seller with a trust score of A. you can pay for bitcoins via PayPal, cash, or bank transfers.
But there is a chance to get scammed. A lot of brute account are selling now. https://localbitcoins.com
 
• Coinbase: - This is another of the popular bitcoin wallets with one of the simplest ways of buying bitcoin. Upon sign up, one gets a $5 bonus. It has a trust score of A+. Use your card or bank transfers to buy bitcoins. https://www.coinbase.com/
  
• Bitquick: - This site is also beginner friendly allowing users to buy and accept payments for bitcoins via hard currency as well as bank transfers. It has a trust rating of B. https://www.bitquick.co/
 
With bitcoins, you can anonymously buy merchandise; make cheaper international payments since the Bitcoins are not subject to regulation from any country. The bitcoin market is very volatile and more people are buying them hoping to make a profit when the price goes up.

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June 14, 2018, 06:49:25 PM
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There are many exchangers, do you want to buy for Fiat or for electronic money?
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June 15, 2018, 05:38:10 PM
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Also, if youre planning to buy bitcoins, and you based in Philippines, there is an easy way to do it. Just download the app coins.ph and top up any ammount you want, then you can convert your money unto bitcoin in just a seconds Smiley
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June 15, 2018, 08:14:14 PM
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not only those 3 markets.
You can buy btc in so many markets with variative price. i think i prefer binance for newbie trader, it serve a good user interface and chart indicators
I think the newbie would be more appropriate to trade on Kucoin exchanges than Binance. After using Kucoin exchange for a short time, I found Kucoin interface very easy to use.
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i prefer buying bitcoin with coinmama.com they are more secured and trusted website for bitcoin purchases
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