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Bitcoin complete guide in Urdu/Hindi
Bitcoin is digital currency also known as cryptocurrency or internet currency. This video is going to explain answers for following questions.
What is a Bitcoin and how does it work?
How do I get a Bitcoin?
How do you buy a Bitcoin?
What is a bit coin?
bitcoin price 2009 to 2017?
bitcoin price prediction 2017?
bitcoin pakistan news
From: Integrated Learning Center
Dogecoin is an open source peer-to-peer digital currency
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Read this Facts :
Year 2009 - Kristoffer Koch buy 5000 bitcoin at a price of 20 USD for his thesis.Year 2013 - He sold all bitcoin at USD3.8 million
Now year 2017- 5000 bitcoin worth almost USD 45 million. A difference of 4 years and an increase in the price of bitcoin which is so sudden, do you not see opportunities and potential which has a bright with crypto currency Dogecoin?
Today -USD 20 we can get 0.00757 Bitcoin @ 6,443...
From: Zulkifli Md
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From: Money Guru
Bitcoin hits $13,000 on Zimbabwe exchange 2017
Political turmoil and an apparent coup have pushed the price of Bitcoin as high as $13,000 on a digital currency exchange in Zimbabwe -- nearly twice the going rate in global markets.
Demand surged on Golix, which appears to be the only local Bitcoin exchange, after military leaders put 93-year-old leader Robert Mugabe under house arrest.
Bitcoin has long commanded higher prices in Zimbabwe, which scrapped its own currency in 2009 after years of hyperinflation made it worthless.