30 Nov '16, 3pm

What is #Bitcoin and where did it come from? @radware's Daniel Smith explains this and more:

What is #Bitcoin and where did it come from? @radware's Daniel Smith explains this and more:

Before you can purchase Bitcoin, you will need somewhere to store it. An online Bitcoin wallet and exchange is accessible via the web from a browser or a cellphone. Some exchanges like Coinbase even offer an application for both Android and iPhone that makes buying and selling Bitcoin and in-store purchases very simple. Paper wallets are a form of cold storage with the address and private keys printed on them from offline computers. By printing the paper wallets offline, the exposure for your wallet being compromised is greatly reduced. There are even hardware wallets specifically designed to securely hold your Bitcoin. Once you have a wallet, you will then be able to buy and deposit your Bitcoin along with sending and receiving it.

Full article: https://blog.radware.com/security/2016/11/how-to-buy-bitc...

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