Buy Mimosa Hostilis with Bitcoin
Bitcoin is a digital currency. Bitcoins can be used to transfer value over the Internet in a matter of seconds just like you would send an email. The value of bitcoin and its transactions are stored in the blockchain. Everyone can run the open source Bitcoin software on his PC, laptop or smartphone to store, receive or send Bitcoins.
Bitcoin is not controlled by any bank, government or company, it is a decentralized peer-to-peer network and is managed by millions of computer worldwide running the Bitcoin software. Bitcoins possess value because only a limited number of bitcoins exist and people value the decentralized, anonymous and virtual characteristics.
Bitcoin is often called a virtual currency, which is a somewhat misleading as most currencies we use today are mainly stored virtually as 1 and 0 in a bank computer. The main difference is fiat currencies are backed by governments and digital currencies are backed by mathematics and computer power.
Here is a short (1:36min) video introduction to Bitcoin from WeUseCoins
Why use Bitcoin to buy Mimosa hostilis?
It's fast. Just like sending an email, in a matter of seconds, you can send your Bitcoin to the other end of the world.
It's international. It doesn't matter if you send your money to the US, Russia, Japan or Zimbabwe. The price is the same, the speed is the same, the only thing you need is a computer (or mobile) with an internet connection.
It's private. A bitcoin transaction is not linked to a person or place.
It's safe. A Bitcoin transaction is validated by thousands of computers worldwide and can't be intercepted or canceled. If you backup and store your bitcoins in a safe place, no one can access them.
It's easy to use. Just create a bitcoin wallet online or install a wallet on your computer or phone, buy some bitcoins and you're ready to go.
No middleman. There is no bank involved that can block or reverse your transaction (so no extra charges).
It's deflationary by nature. Bitcoin is likely to increase in value over the long term because it is a deflationary currency as opposed to the inflationary euro, dollar and other fiat currencies. This is because governments and banks create a lot of new euros and dollars every year, but after a while, no new bitcoins will be created.
It's decentralized. Just like internet or torrent networks so it is hard to suppress by any government or organisation.
How to use Bitcoins?
To use Bitcoin you need a wallet, this can either be a piece of software or an account with one of the wallet providers. Both have advantages and disadvantages.
Where to get Bitcoins?
Once you have set up a wallet you are ready to buy some Bitcoins. There are many places where you can buy bitcoins with a (SEPA) Bank Transfer, iDeal, Sofort, Paypal or cash.
Look here for a complete list of bitcoin exchanges
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