MultiBit 0.4.13

Bitcoin is a new kind of money. It`s the first decentralized electronic currency not controlled by a single organization or government. It`s an open source project, and it is currently used by more than 100,000 people. All over the world people are trading hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of bitcoins every day with no middle man and no payment card companies. It`s a startup currency, which has never happened before. Why should I use it? If any of the following apply to you, then you should seriously consider Bitcoin:

  • You want to sell things online, and you find merchant accounts expensive or too much hassle.

  • You want to pay a blogger a few pennies for an interesting article, and just want it to be easy.

  • You want to send money to someone using your smartphone, or through SMS.

  • You want digital cash that works worldwide so that goods and services become less expensive.

How much does it cost? Bitcoin and MultiBit are free and open source. There is no charge for using them. If you want to build them yourself, you can do so - all the necessary code is there for the taking. If you want to run an online shop or blog or whatever taking payment in bitcoins you can do so for free. You don`t even have to register with anyone. How can I get hold of bitcoins? It`s exactly the same as purchasing any other currency. Go to an online exchange (such as Mt Gox, TradeHill, CampBX, Intersango) that accepts their local currency. The process is the same everywhere, you deposit funds (there are many ways to do this) and then use those funds to buy bitcoins on the exchange. Once you have the bitcoins, you can then withdraw them from the exchange and send them anywhere - perhaps to your smartphone. Remember, your friends can also do this. If they have bitcoins and are willing to exchange them for local currency, then you can strike a deal and get them that way. And what if I want my old money back ? The exchanges work the other way too. If you want to convert your bitcoins back to your local currency you simply do the reverse. You deposit bitcoin funds on the exchange, and then use those funds to buy your local currency. You can then withdraw your local currency from the exchange using a variety of methods, such as a direct bank transfer to your savings account. It`s important to realise that as more merchants accept bitcoins for day to day goods and services you will need to change back to your old money less and less. Imagine if you could buy your groceries in bitcoins…

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