It’s easy to learn how to use bitcoin on LocalBitcoins for buying and sending remittances.
You can buy on Amazon using Purse, a service with which you can also find deals.
Are you interested in learning how to use bitcoin but don’t know how? Do you find it very difficult to understand? Below, we bring you a collection of some of our video tutorials, so you can learn what you need to develop in using the main digital currency market. Here you will find information on where to store your BTC and how to buy. You can even learn how to explore transactions in the Bitcoin blockchain.
Learn how to use bitcoin with Electrum
Electrum is one of the longest-running portfolios since the creation of bitcoin, and it remains permanently updated. Its configuration and use are simple, it requires little time for you to start receiving, managing keys and sending your first BTC.
Buying and selling remittances to LocalBitcoins
By having a place to store your bitcoins, you can now buy your first fraction of BTC. One of the most used platforms for this is LocalBitcoins, a P2P (person-to-person) exchange site with a presence in more than 100 countries.
Through this platform, users can buy and sell BTC. Agreements for exchanges allow for multiple options, ranging from domestic bank transfers to processors such as PayPal, Neteller or Payoneer. In addition, it can be bought and sold in local currency. It is very easy to learn how to use bitcoin through this platform.
Another option through LocalBitcoins is to send remittances from one country to another. The user can use bitcoin as a currency between the local currency and the country currency to which you want to send the funds, as we explain in this tutorial.
Does your portfolio have higher commissions than the rest? Do you just want to change the application you use to manage BTCs and make transactions? The solution is to migrate your private keys from one wallet to another in order to manage your Bitcoin address to the new application you will use.
In this tutorial, we tell you how to do it step by step. Especially if you use Electrum, Exodus or GreenAddress, you will be able to see specifically what the process is like. However, this explanation will also help you migrate if you use a portfolio other than one of them.
Blog browsers for tracking transactions
If you have already sent funds and are interested in knowing the status of your transaction, you can verify through a blog browser. The best known is blockchain.info, although in this guide we also present the Blockseer and Blocktrail options.
Buy on Amazon with Purse
Although Amazon, one of the largest online stores in the world, does not accept payments with bitcoin, there are some services outside the portal that allow you to make purchases with digital currency. One of them is Purse.
With Purse, the user will not buy directly from Amazon. The process is, rather, an exchange with another user of the purchasing platform interested in acquiring BTC. This user buys the selected product and receives our bitcoins, equivalent to the value of the product at the time of the order.
Through this tutorial, it is easy to learn how to use bitcoin, from creating a Purse account to receiving the desired product and releasing the sum in bitcoins.