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What Is It Like to Buy Bitcoin at $.18 Each?

What was this weird alternative currency called Bitcoin, and where can I buy some?!

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In May of 2011, I first heard about Bitcoin. A “cryptocurrency” (whatever that means) that used computer power to produce digital coins that could be used to buy stuff without ever having to use a government-based currency.




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Bryan With a Why

Bryan With a Why

Write about politics, religion, economics, & finance. If you like most Medium articles you probably won’t like what I say.

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