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Fancy A Job As A Bitcoin Trader?

Bitcoin trader

Chances are, you’ve heard about bitcoin before. It has made the headlines over the past couple of years and has also had its fair share of scandal.

Since Bitcoin emerged about eight years ago, it’s gone from a small little idea to one of the most talked about innovations in finance. It’s non-physical, international, entirely electronic and isn’t issued by a government. Bitcoin has been very volatile in recent years. It’s made some people a fortune and others have lost an equally eye-watering sum. But, how does this Bitcoin trading really work?


Bitcoin occupies a unique space in the global financial system 

Since Bitcoin is a virtual currency, it lives at your hosted wallet, online. This means, you can access the funds from anywhere in the world. Furthermore, using Bitcoin now means complete privacy and very little fees. In fact, some large corporations like Microsoft accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. So, how can you get your hands on them?

Well, if you want to buy Bitcoin, or be in a position to receive them, here is what you need to do:

Get a Bitcoin wallet: This is the easiest step. All you have to do is visit blockchain.info, coinbase.com,or BitX South Africa and create your wallet.

Use your Bitcoin: If you have a friend who’s using Bitcoin, you can practise sending and receiving money from each other. You can also use them to pay for goods that accept Bitcoin payment, such as vendors using PayFast. 

How do you earn Bitcoin

Mining: There are two ways to mine Bitcoin – You can own hardware or computers that do the mining or, you can hire the hardware from a third party and mine on the cloud.

Small Earnings: There are a number of websites that pay small amounts of money in exchange for completing certain tasks. Most of the time these so-called “faucets” involve looking at ads in one way or other. You can also use affiliate marketing and get paid in bitcoins.

Gambling: Not recommended but, you’re probably familiar with online casinos. You play a game of luck, or skill-based game such as poker, and if you win, you earn some bitcoins.

Trading: You can also earn bitcoins by trading. You buy when it is lower, wait until the price increases then sell it at a higher rate to generate profit. Or, wait til the price drops then buy it as a lower rate. Understanding market trends and price patterns are key in this regard. 

Happy Bitcoin job hunting!


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    Would you suggest offering Bitcoin as a form of payment on an online shop? I have heard pros and cons from various people? Thanks


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      Hi Trish,

      Most definitely. First of all, you’d probably like the fact that there’s no buyer protection. Bitcoin purchases are final. So, there are no chargebacks and no returns. Transaction fees are lower and because Bitcoin is like cash, there’s security. The only disadvantage for you would be that the value of Bitcoins is constantly fluctuating according to demand. Good luck in making that decision.


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    I’ve been hearing a lot about bitcoin recently. I think I’m going to get a bitcoin wallet and find ways to make small earnings.


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