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The Biggest Mistakes and Best Ways to Use Bitcoin

Written by Subject: Bitcoin
An Important Message for Current and Would-Be Wallet-Holders ...
Dear Reader,

It's no secret that the Bitcoin phenomenon has hit the mainstream. Prices have risen and fallen like nothing else - especially over the past few weeks. The chart speaks for itself:

bitcoin price

It’s been a wild ride for sure – a speculator’s dream.

But it’s also something deeper than that. It’s the start of a something important for freedom seekers…

… The first ever worldwide currency that can be moved around the world in total privacy in the blink of an eye…
… No inflation and central authority to manipulate supply...
… Totally based on the free market rather than the whims of a central bank...

Ultimately, it's a secure way for people to safely, securely and reliably move value across borders in total privacy…

At least if you know how to use it right.

And therein lies the problem.

The Majority of "Newbies" Use Bitcoin Wrong… And End Up Losing for It.

Like most new things, there are both benefits to gain and risks to avoid.

Unfortunately, most of the people who signed on in the last few months are not aware of those risks and are putting themselves in danger:

Of paying too much to buy Of losing access to their stash Of having someone steal it right out from under them Of accidentally "de-anonymizing" their transactions.

Thankfully, the difference between using Bitcoin safely and securely is just a matter of knowing a few tricks – and avoiding a few mistakes: some of which are obvious and some which are not.

Meet the Internet Insider…90 Days Guarantee

Freeman's Perspective author Paul Rosenberg is extra knowledgeable in the world of "computer currencies" like Bitcoin. The reason? He’s a consummate Internet insider. He literally wrote the book on the first standard for fiber optic cables that carry all those bits and bytes on which the World Wide Web is built.

This gives him an incredible amount of access to those people who build and design such things – the coders and the hackers who understand this stuff better than we ever will (or want to).

He knows what makes this technology work and how to use it – and how to use it properly: as a way to conduct business with other people privately.

He's seen the mistakes many users make that give away this privacy and expose their holdings to outright fraud and theft.

And he's bundled it all – the practices to follow and the mistakes to avoid - into an easy-to-understand report that, even if you're completely new to the idea of Bitcoin, will get you started off on the right foot. In fact, a privacy expert just called it "the best explanation I've read of the Bitcoin phenomenon."

Heck, even if you’re familiar with the basics, you’re going to pick up a good tip or two.

I’ll tell you how to get this report in a moment but first...

Isn't Bitcoin Dead?

You might have heard of Bitcoin exchanges being partially or totally shut down in the last few months. The mainstream media would have you believe this phenomenon is dead.

Believing Them Would Be a BIG Mistake.

Yes, it is true that the governments don't like competition. And a currency that allows anyone to escape from the immoral currency monopoly represents real competition to them.

But just because a few exchanges go away, doesn't mean the Bitcoin system will. It can't. It was designed to operate just like gold or silver: once it's out there in day-to-day use, it's practically impossible to put it back into the bottle.

No, Bitcoin will stick around. And, if you could see what’s going on behind the scenes as Paul can, you'll discover that the best is yet to come.

These are exciting times in the world of Bitcoin. And you're invited to join us... It all starts by learning how... Which brings us back to the report.

Some Things You'll Learn: Why Bitcoin isn't truly anonymous unless you follow these simple steps The four things you need to use Bitcoin (you already have three of them) The 3 kinds of "wallets" and how to choose the right one Our recommended wallets for your smartphone and desktop computer How and where to get bitcoins anonymously How to spend bitcoins anonymously How to protect your stash from theft or loss

... And a whole lot more. All with a ton of screenshots to not just tell you, but show you how to enjoy the benefits of this technology.

Turn Theory into Practice

Better yet, we'll actually give you your first bitcoins. Here's how

You set up your wallet. You then send a request to us. We'll send you back some Bitcoin.

Then, to help you practice, I'll show you how to transfer some of the bitcoins back to us. And, finally, we'll give you the practical experience of keeping your transactions anonymous.

And, as you'll find out in the report, these are the exact same steps you’ll follow to receive and send bitcoins to any other individual – or merchant for that matter.

It really is a step-by-step guide that will leave you not just "knowing" how to use Bitcoin, but actually "experiencing" it. It takes you from theory into actual practice.

90 Days Guarantee It's Fully Guaranteed Too.

As with all of our products, if you aren't happy for any reason, just let us know and we'll give you a full refund – and you can keep the bitcoins we've sent you, too.

An Introductory Price...

Because you will get to experience Bitcoin (rather than just learn how it works in theory), this report could easily justify a price of $50-$60. However, this is a new product and it's important that as many people as possible learn how to use this revolutionary technology. For that reason, you can get the whole package – including the experience of sending and receiving actual bitcoins – for just $29 as part of this introductory offer.

Grab Your Copy Today...

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Thomas Anderson
Editor, Freeman's Perspective

P.S. Even if you're brand new or a seasoned veteran, you're sure to pick up plenty of tips, tricks and techniques to use Bitcoin as it was meant – a secure, private and ultra-convenient way to trade with people and other businesses all over the world.

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P.P.S. Even if the mainstream media would have you believe otherwise, Bitcoin is not dead. In fact, quite the opposite. A few exchanges may be shut down, but its essence is getting stronger day by day. And more exciting.

Share in this "economic freedom revolution" with us!

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3 Comments in Response to

Comment by Ed Price
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PayPal just opened in Bulgaria. Depending on what their regs are, you might be able to send PayPal money over there for your buddy to buy bitcoins with. Of course, if you have a bank over there, and one in the States, you wouldn't need a buddy if you use PayPal.

Comment by Ed Price
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First, make Bitcoin encryption a whole lot harder to break. why? Because nobody knows when the first practical quantum computer will come on line. and one of the first things they will use it for is to break Bitcoin encryption.

Did you ever have something to sell? Sell it for bitcoins or fractions of a bitcoin.

Get ready for something that is way better than Bitcoin or all those other off-shoots of Bitcoin. It will come, and it will blow even Bitcoin out of the water.

Sure, invest with Bitcoin... but also, use it.

Mt.Gox is currently around $750. This is what many people in the U.S. base its value on. Btc-e in Bulgaria is currently around $650. Got a buddy in Bulgaria who will buy a bunch that you can sell here? Sell them at, at or above the current Mt.Gox rate, while your buddy sends them to you at the Btc-e rate. Split the difference.

Comment by J. Michael Haggard
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I've been searching for info on bitcoin and have been impressed with the comments/ideas expressed by Andreas Antonopoulos.  He's working on a book for O'Reilly, the outline of which is here. 

Is your offering of similar depth and scope or is it more rudimentary?  I'm particularly interested in the variables effecting anonymity as well as offline storage of bitcoins (paper wallets?).

Thank you.


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