About us

WE'RE LIVING IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Our advantages:

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Buy and Sell bitcoins

There are three ways to buy bitcoins : with a credit card, bank transfer or on our exchange.

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Earn Money

Cashiers can define their fees, helping travelers whilst earning money for their services. The procedure is quick, simple and secure.

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Safe & Secure

The process of sending bitcoins is very easy. In two words, you need to send receiver's public Bitcoin address in your wallet, specify the amount, confirm address and send.

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Cryptocurrency Market Cap Up Nearly 800 Percent In 2017

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BiitTrade Bank is friendly for Tablet, Smartphone, Laptop and Desktop screens users

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Bitcoin hits new record high rise in 2017

The combined market capitalization of all digital currencies reached an all-time high of more than $370 billion

FAQ

A:  The original Bitcoin code was designed by Satoshi Nakamoto under MIT open source credentials in 2008. Bitcoin is the first successful digital currency designed with trust in cryptography over central authorities. Satoshi left the Bitcoin code in the hands of developers and the community in 2010. Thus far hundreds of developers have added to the core code throughout the years.

A:  Bitcoin mining refers to the mining of gold, but its digital form. Bitcoin mining provides a reward for miners by paying out in Bitcoin in turn the miners confirm transactions on the blockchain. Miners introduce new Bitcoin into the network and also secure the system with transaction confirmation. They are also rewarded network fees for when they harvest new coin and a time when the last bitcoin is found mining will continue.

A:  Bitcoins can be bought from various sources. You can purchase them online using an exchange or brokerage service that will enable you to buy Bitcoin with a bank transfer using fiat currency, a credit card, and some services also offer buying opportunities using Paypal.

A:  Bitcoin is a network operating by the three fundamental principles of technological freedom: Decentralization, Open Source code, and true Peer-to-Peer technology. Bitcoin’s trust is based on the subjective valuations of human faith in mathematical algorithms, encryption and numbers. With the three pillars of technological principles Bitcoin’s blockchain is a peer-reviewed system of integrity.

A:  Bitcoin is legal in most jurisdictions in the world but there are a small number nation states that have banned its use, such as Ecuador. Wikipedia has a great guide on how Bitcoin is treated in all the countries around the world and explains regulatory policies surrounding it. Regulations vary from one border to the next so you should always research your location’s laws before participating in the network.

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