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Cryptocurrency Trading – New way to make money online

Cryptocurrency trading or Bitcoin trading in India is a illegal. However, In other countries one can deal in cryptocurrency online and earn lot of money online.

Bitcoin is fastest growing digital currency all over. A return given by bitcoin in past one year has flattened all other asset class. However, trading in Bitcoin is a risky affair and not allowed legally in India. Bitcoin is virtual currency controlled by shadow people in an unregulated environment, without any real guarantee of return. In this post, I will share information about Bitcoin, how it is different than regular banking system or the stock market.

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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is the first decentralized digital cryptocurrency. It can be saved, spent, invested, traded and even stolen. It is open source peer to peer digital currency launched in 2009. Bitcoins are like a virtual digital coin that you can send using the internet. No middle man or transaction fee is involved while dealing in BTC.

However, bitcoin is one of the most expensive currencies. You need to spend $585 to purchase 1 BTC. If we talk in term of INR you need to Rs.40000 to purchase 1 Bitcoin.

Bitcoin is not a physical coin. It is paperless, transparent and electronic form of money.

How to purchase Bitcoin?

Bitcoin can be purchased from different bitcoin currency exchange networks. These networks allow users to buy and sell BTC from their chosen form of currency including INR, USD, and Euros. Some of the most popular BTC currency exchanges are given below.

  • Unocoin
  • LocalBitcoins

You can even purchase bitcoin from the individual. Bitcoin can be kept in a digital wallet or in BTC client.

How to make money using Bitcoin trading?

You can make a lot of money by buying and selling bitcoin online. Bitcoin trading is like the stock market. It is high risk, high reward affair. Follow the steps given below to start bitcoin trading.

  • Create your account at exchange and deposit funds.
  • Start observing Bitcoin market (Up down movement of BTC)
  • Select a right strategy for trading – Day trading, Swing trading or long term investment.
  • Purchase BTC at a lower value and sell it at a higher value to earn a profit.

Make sure to check brokerage charged by exchange and minimum lot size before starting.

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Advantage of Bitcoin

  • Bitcoins are transferred directly from person to person through the internet without going to bank or clearing house.
  • Fees of transferring BTC is very low or nil.
  • No prerequisite or arbitrary limits.
  • Your account can not be frozen.

Disadvantage of Bitcoin

  • Not regulated market
  • Bitcoin is Decentralized and managed by Shadow people/miners
  • Currency is highly volatile and does not offer guaranteed returns.

Is bitcoin trading legal?

Legality of bitcoin depends on upon your location. Some of the countries allow usage of this digital currency, however in some country it is illegal.

  • Bitcoin in India has become legal.Many online trading platform provides facility of trading in bitcoin.
  • In the USA Bitcoin is declared as a commodity and traded without any concern.
  • In Bangladesh trading in BTC is not allowed. The rule says “anybody caught using the virtual currency could be jailed under the country’s strict anti-money laundering law”.

To know the legality of bitcoin in your country click here.

Over to You –

What is your take on this new form of digital currency?

Do you think the usage of Bitcoin will grow in India?

Do you trade in bitcoin?

Do share your experience with all.

Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
Hi, I am Shitanshu founder of moneyexcel.com. I am engaged in blogging & Digital Marketing for 10 years. The purpose of this blog is to share my experience, knowledge and help people in managing money. Please note that the views expressed on this Blog are clarifications meant for reference and guidance of the readers to explore further on the topics. These should not be construed as investment , tax, financial advice or legal opinion. Please consult a qualified financial planner and do your own due diligence before making any investment decision.