In 2008 no one knew what cryptocurrency was. Only a few people were familiar with the concept before Satoshi Nakamoto launched his famous Bitcoin white paper. Now, everyone is talking about Bitcoin, and although more people know what it is and how it works, there are still many out there who don’t. This page is for all those of you who are looking to find information on what Bitcoin is, how it works, how to acquire it and more. If you already know but would like to have another point of reference, then the articles on this page are a great tool for you as well. Go ahead, check it out, and join the Bitcoin revolution!
HODL – Where Does Come From and Why Is It Important?
On December 18, 2013, just as Bitcoin prices crashed from almost $1,200 USD to below $700 USD, BitcoinTalk user GameKyuubi decided to share with the BitcoinTalk community his feelings.
What Is Bitcoin Core?
Bitcoin Core is a free and open-source software that powers Bitcoin nodes. Other software can power a Bitcoin node, but Bitcoin Core is by far the most popular.
Is Bitcoin Legal and Safe?
Our guide to Bitcoin’s legal status throughout the world and how to use Bitcoin safely.
What is the Bitcoin Genesis Block and Why is it Important?
The very first block mined, the Genesis Block is like no other block in the Bitcoin blockchain.
Why Does Bitcoin Have Value?
The value of Bitcoin is hard to establish. This is not due to the virtues or drawbacks of the coin but rather a function of how we define value itself.
When Was Bitcoin Created?
Bitcoin was created in 2008. But what’s most interesting about the origins of Bitcoin is the 35 years of work that led to the first coin being minted.
Looking At Yearly Bitcoin Lows
The obsession with Bitcoin prices can drive people to twist the real meaning of numbers. Looking at yearly Bitcoin lows can warp the way we think about price and shows us that we might not want to think about price at all
Bitcoin Price Relative To The Value Of Fiat
As Bitcoin prices find a new floor, the value of Bitcoin and altcoins is being questioned. Those who question it often use heavily biased arguments based on questionable assumptions
Should We Be Asking How Low Can Bitcoin Go?
Just let speculators in and they will shift the whole system around. They will even start asking questions that early adopters and cryptocurrecy enthusiats wouldn’t normally ask themselves