The Complete Bitcoin Course: Get .01 Bitcoin In Your Wallet!

Here is how you can get involved with Bitcoin today! Finish the course: Get 0.01 Bitcoin! Course updated February 2016.
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Course Description

How would you like to learn from the ground up what Bitcoin is all about – and receive 0.01 Bitcoin in your Bitcoin wallet for doing so?

This course is as an investment opportunity, as the 0.01 Bitcoin you get could increase in value!

By enrolling on this course it will serve as your guide to this exciting crypto-currency, and how you can utilise it for yourself in the digital, and physical world.

Remember that Bitcoin is a unique type of crypto-currency; it has no physical properties and is stored electronically. It’s the world’s first real working example of a cryptocurrency – one that can be traded and used in digital transactions.

Bitcoin is a community currency – not owned and therefore not misused by anyone.

Many of you are probably thinking now, that if it’s not controlled by an institution, you can simply create unlimited amounts of bitcoin. But you’d be wrong, because there are a set of rules and regulations, known as the Bitcoin Protocol.

Remember that bitcoin is based on mathematics rather than, say, the value of gold like traditional currencies. The software used to calculate the value of bitcoins is open source, meaning it’s free to anyone to analyse, and produces a mathematical formula which anyone can check.

So how would you like to earn 0.01 Bitcoin, for learning about this revolutionary crypto-currency?

If so, simply enroll today and absorb all the content this course contains and take your Bitcoin expertise level from zero to hero. Remember all the course content is updated as the Bitcoin ecosystem evolves, and best of all, course updates are completely free.

- COURSE UPDATED FEB 2016 -

What are the requirements?

  • You don’t need to have any previous knowledge on Bitcoin, none at all. I will take you through everything you need to know. As long as you have a working computer with internet access, I can teach you everything you need to get involved with Bitcoin today.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand how Bitcoin works as a globally based cryptocurrency, and get involved with it practically as well as learning the theoretical side of the currency.
  • Undertake your first ever Bitcoin transaction by receiving 0.01 Bitcoin from me, simply by enrolling on this course as a paid student.
  • Realise how anyone can get involved in Bitcoin mining, whether it’s for profit or just for fun, you will be able to start mining your very own Bitcoins with everything on this course.

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to get involved with Bitcoin practically, as well as theoretically and learn further about how this cryptocurrency works.
  • As Bitcoin is a globally based currency you can be from any country, of any age, and any ability to gain maximum value from this course.
  • This course is targeted towards newbies in the Bitcoin field, and those who wish to expand their knowledge further on Bitcoin.

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Understand The World Of Bitcoin And Exactly How It Works
01:12

I want to personally thank you for enrolling on this course, I can assure you that by the end of this course you will have got started with the leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin, as well as have a full understanding of how it works.

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01:24

Let Me Give You A Quick Introduction To Bitcoin In This Lecture Before We Steam Ahead With Learning About In Extreme Detail Within This Course.

04:42

Welcome to the wonderful world of Bitcoin. This course will serve as your guide to this exciting crypto-currency, and how you can utilize it for yourself.

The first part of the course serves as an introduction to Bitcoin: we will discuss what it is, what it can be used for and some of the features which set it apart from traditional currencies.

So bitcoin is a unique type of crypto currency; it has no physical properties and is stored electronically. It’s the world’s first real working example of a cryptocurrency – one that can be traded and used in digital transactions.

01:01

So the blockchain is the public ledger of all of the bitcoin transactions that have ever taken place. As a result, the blockchain is ever evolving and growing, with new ‘blocks’ added as they happen.

Each computer that is connected to the Bitcoin network receives a copy of the blockchain, which is automatically downloaded upon joining the network. The blockchain is home to every piece of bitcoin information – including the public addresses and balances of traders and miners.

01:52

Let me explain to you now how the blockchain works, especially for those of you who are very new to the world of bitcoin. So the blockchain acts as a permanent database of bitcoin transactions across the globe.

A block is the up-to-date part of a blockchain which records the transactions, and once the block is complete it gets added to the chain.

02:49

Bitcoin has six unique characteristics that set it apart from the everyday currency:

1. It’s completely independent

2. It’s easy to get involved

3. Users remain anonymous

4. It’s as transparent as it gets

5. Minimal Transaction fees

6. It’s quick and easy

14 pages

This is your ultimate Bitcoin dictionary. Every phrase that is used in the Bitcoin world is described in this e-book for you to refer to. Please do refer back to this e-book should you come across an unfamilr term in this course, or when online on a Bitcoin specific website.

03:37

Here Are Some Bitcoin Price Charts That You May Find Very Useful When Analyzing The Value Of Bitcoin, These Charts I Recomend I The Charts I Use Regulkarly To Track Bitcoins Value.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 2: Set Up Your Bitcoin Wallet And Get Ready To Receive Your Bitcoin
05:36

As we’ve already mentioned owning a Bitcoin wallet is an essential part of the process. So now we’re going to introduce you to the various types of wallet available, and how to keep yours safe.

Firstly it’s important to note there are different forms of Bitcoin wallets that are available for different devices. The wallet is simply the medium through which you store the digital keys that are attributed to each bitcoin.

There are four main types of Bitcoin wallet, so let’s see how each one stacks up.

01:17

So are bitcoin wallets safe and anonymous?

Mostly yes, but it depends on a variety of factors. Remember, private keys are your unique access to the ‘addresses’ of your bitcoins. If these keys can be compromised by anyone – by fair means or foul – then they can steal your currency.

01:32

On top of the services built in by your chosen wallet provider, there are three further measures you can take to protect your private keys:

Firstly we have encryption.

Encrypting your wallet with a strong password will go a long way to adding an extra layer of security. Of course this can still be hacked through malware, but encryption will minimise the risk of this...

02:05

We’ve gone through the various forms of ‘e-wallet’ available for storing your Bitcoin, but what about paper wallets? All you need is a printer to give your bitcoins a more physical presence and a new way to keep them safe.

A Bitcoin wallet, stored either online or on a PC, is probably the most user-friendly and efficient way to store your bitcoins. Each Bitcoin wallet consists of two keys; one of which is your wallet’s address, the public key, and the other which is the private key.

02:17

There are some basic rules for keeping your paper wallet safe and away from prying eyes:

1. Don’t let anyone see your wallet

2. Print your wallet from a printer not connected to a network (if possible)

3. Store in a dry place, preferably in some kind of plastic bag ...

01:31

Other forms of digital currency can be stored in a paper wallet, although the process is slightly different.

Every cryptocurrency has a variation of the Bitcoin Wallet application, so on yours head to the ‘Receive’ tab where your addresses are documented.

00:46

Other forms of digital currency can be stored in a paper wallet, although the process is slightly different.

In this lecture I'll show you how to create Paper Wallets for other crypto-currencies, whether it's Litecoim, Dogecoin, Devcoin and so on.

03:13

On This Course I Firmly Believe In Learning By Doing, So In This Lecture I'll Show You How To Get Your Hands On 0.01 Bitcoin As A Paying Student Of This Course.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 3: Start Buying Bitcoins And Spending Them On Whatever Wish
04:14

The thing that worries some people about online Bitcoin transactions is that every aspect of the process takes place digitally, and while every trade can be traced through the network many still find it hard to buy and sell things that essentially don’t exist.

But there really is no need to worry: details of each and every Bitcoin are stored in the block chain, and as long as your unique keys are stored safely then everything will be fine.

01:54

Hopefully by now we’ve managed to convince you that Bitcoin is the currency of the future, and one you should be investing in right now. So where can you get some?

More and more bitcoins are being created and released into the network on a daily basis. And don’t forget you can mine your own too – more on that later.

01:01

There are a couple of other avenues to consider for storing large quantities of bitcoins. Bitcoin Investment Trusts, or BIT for short, invest and stores large quantities of bitcoins on behalf of their members. This works in a similar way to most ‘Share Save’ schemes.

02:39

As the popularity and notoriety of Bitcoin becomes more mainstream, so too does the amount of options available for exchanging and purchasing more.

Exchanges are possibly the best way to trade in the market – whether that’s in return for traditional pounds and dollars or for other cyptocurrencies. There are a number of legal procedures in place during exchanges to help tackle money laundering – some quite lengthy - but this is to be expected and shouldn’t hamper your involvement.

02:43

Perhaps the easiest and, in many people’s eyes, the safest way of trading bitcoins is in person. These face-to-face transactions hand the balance of power back in your favour. Websites such as Local Bitcoins are a great way of connecting with buyers and sellers in your nearest city, with options including cash sales and bank transfers.

07:07

So now you’ve purchased your first Bitcoins, and got them kept safe and secure in your chosen wallet, you’re probably wondering what to spend them on!

The increase in the amount of retailers accepting Bitcoin as payment has been incredible in the past year or so; with over 30,000 businesses and charities now also registered. And this trend is set to continue.

02:18

Unsurprisingly Bitcoin adoption has proven particularly popular with businesses operating online. These range from web hosting companies and domain providers.

If gambling online is your thing then there are quite a few websites that enable you to change your bitcoins for their own in-game currency. The most popular of these include Satoshi Dice, Peer Bet, Just Dice and Bet Coin.

01:13

So if you’re travelling to another country then you can pay for goods and services with Bitcoin and avoid the hassle of having to exchange currencies and pay taxes and commissions on these. You could soon be able to travel without any paper money whatsoever.

00:45

An efficient way of turning your bitcoins into ‘real’ currency to spend is via gift cards. Companies like Gyft, Gift Card Zen, iTrade and eGifter will transform your Bitcoin into currency which can be accepted in many big name retailers like Amazon, Nike and Walmart.

01:20

A number of auctions and marketplaces have sprung up as Bitcoin has become more widely used. The most popular of these are Bitcoin Market and Cryptothrift, and these have all sorts of categories to explore.

One of the hottest properties online, Reddit, also has a sub-thread called Bit Market, which is just as easy to use as the main website.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 4: Sell Your Bitcoins For The Maximum Possible Price & Profit
01:48

By now we’ve taken you through the steps to purchase bitcoin, how to store it securely and where you can buy shiny new things with it.

But what happens when you want to sell up?

This isn’t as easy as buying bitcoin, but there a few steps you can take to make it easier. Firstly you must decide if you want to sell your bitcoin online or in person.

02:10

Now we have Exchange trades. These again are a pretty straightforward process to negotiate your way through:

1. Place your ‘order’ – the number of bitcoins and price per unit

2. Interested parties will then contact you

3. Complete the transaction once happy with the terms

4. Your new currency will be credited to your bank account

01:31

The third option for selling Bitcoin online is peer-to-peer trading. The ultimate aim of this is to bring together those who wish to buy stuff with their bitcoin on sites that don’t accept it yet, with people who wish to purchase bitcoin with their credit or debit card.

So these platforms, like Purse.io and Coinffeine for example, create a ‘win-win’ situation for their users. Let’s say Person A has a bulging wallet of bitcoins and wants to buy a lovely new TV, but finds that he can’t pay for the one he wants with his Bitcoin.

01:56

Transferring funds to your account following a Bitcoin transaction can be tricky. These transfers can take time – often four days or more – and incur additional fees. For example, Barclays will charge up to £15 for a ‘Single European Payment’ and £25 for an international transaction. Some banks don’t even allow their clients to engage in bitcoin trading and could theoretically close your account.

So what we’re saying is that while it is possible, via the Single European Payments Area system if you’re from an EU country using platforms like Kraken, just be prepared for it to take time and for your bank to take away some of your money!

01:31

Have you considered the possibility of selling your bitcoins in person? This could be as easy as meeting them in a public place, scanning a QR code on the buyer’s phone (so they receive your Bitcoin) and then accepting cash or a cheque from them.

Of course there is an issue of trust, so do ask for payment prior to initiating the Bitcoin transfer process. Ensure that the price is agreed before you exchange, in writing if possible, and that the price is indicative of current market rates – although you can add a ‘convenience tax’ for your efforts as a seller.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 5: Set Up Bitcoin Payments In Your Business, & Welcome Bitcoiners
06:50

The only slight downside of Bitcoin at the moment is the quite sparse amount of merchants that recognize it as legal tender. This number is certainly growing, and you can still purchase pretty much anything with this digital currency. But you could argue that there is a lack of choice out there.

Once more businesses start to adopt Bitcoin then you can expect it to become a much more mainstream currency. So if you’re thinking about accepting bitcoin payments then here’s how you go about it...

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 6: Know About The Man (Or Is It) Behind Bitcoin To See Its Evolution
05:17

Throughout this course so far we’ve given you a bit of background about Bitcoin, and how and where to buy and sell it.

So now we thought it was time to introduce you to the man that has made it all possible: Mr Satoshi Nakamoto.

Satoshi Nakamoto is, according to many sources, a 64-year-old man from Japan, although this has never been confirmed. He has, by and large, chosen to live a life of almost complete anonymity.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 7: Mine Your Own Bitcoins & Use Them For Personal Use Or To Sell
04:07

Now, if you’ve done your research on Bitcoin you may have seen or heard the word ‘mining’ used a lot. It’s quite a complex process, and has many advantages and disadvantages, so let us run you through our guide to the do’s and don’ts of Bitcoin Mining.

Bitcoin Mining is the process of ‘discovering’ more coins. It is a race against other miners across the globe. As Bitcoin is a pure digital currency it takes no physical form, so can’t just be created from scratch.

Bitcoin miners are also responsible for overseeing the block chain, the record of transactions that traders complete each and every day. This chain is getting increasingly bigger as time goes by, so how can it be monitored for accuracy? This is the job of the miners.

04:18

In the last lecture we convinced you Bitcoin mining is something you want to try your hand at, then there are a few more things you should first know.

Bitcoin mining hardware varies in cost and power – ranging from entry-level products to the more advanced. Which you go for will be influenced by the amount of spare cash you have, but also how confident you are in your abilities as a miner.

You may have the theory of mining, but now’s the time to put it into practise and start creating some digital currency of your own.

02:29

The hash rate is extremely important in mining, it’s the number of calculations your chosen hardware can perform each second as it tries to produce the mathematical equation required for Bitcoin mining.

Hash rates are measured in units from megahashes to gigahashes and through to the ultimate: terrahashes. Simply put; the higher your hash rate, the more likely – and quicker - you will be in solving the mathematical equation to complete a transaction block.

01:21

Once you’ve purchased your mining hardware you will then need to download the software. Depending on your chosen hardware you will need to run the relevant software that makes it tick. If you are managing a GPU or FPGA operation you will need to be running the standard bitcoin client alongside the mining program.

The standard bitcoin client is a piece of software that connects your machine to the network, which enables you to become part of the community. This will help you to keep track of the block chain and make transactions, whilst forwarding your mining information. The bitcoin client is the middle man between you and the network.

05:51

One of the biggest decision you can make is whether to mine solo or join a pool. There are pros and cons to both approaches, so we’ll outline these now and then you should be able to make a more informed decision on your future mining endeavours.

It really does depend on the level of investment – both financially and in time – you make as to whether going solo could work for you. Without investing a decent amount of time and money it is going to be very tough for you to make big numbers on your own. That being said, you won’t have to share these profits with anybody else.

03:50

So we’ve shown you how to mine Bitcoins both on your own and in a pool, and now we want to introduce you to a third option, known as Cloud Mining.

This is perfect for people who want to get involved with mining - without the hassle or expense of investing in hardware. You simply harness the processing power of the cloud, which is usually a remote data centre, to earn your bitcoins.

01:34

It is still possible to calculate the profitability of cloud mining using tools such as The Genesis Block. There are no hardware outlays and no excessive electricity bills – just your monthly ‘rental’ costs.

To work out your profitability, you’ll need to:

1) Write down your monthly running cost

2) Divide it by 0.744 (the conversion factor)

07:56

As with any business venture, it’s important that you understand how to make it profitable. When it comes to mining digital currencies, doing the maths is a crucial part of this.

And like with most business ventures; the bigger your initial investment, the greater your potential for making profit. But that doesn’t mean that those of you operating GPU or FPGA systems can’t make money....but you will need to know the mathematical calculations that will help to make your mining mission a success.

3 questions

This quiz is designed to go over some of the most important aspects we have covered in this section, and ensure you remember them for future reference.

Section 8: Understand The Cryptocurrency Litecoin, & How To Get Involved
02:31

If you’re new to litecoin and digital currencies in general, or are familiar with bitcoin and the like but want to know more about litecoin, then enjoy our guide to this exciting new currency.

While many observers view litecoin as the younger brother to bitcoin – and less appealing as a result – it must be recognised that there are still plenty of excellent opportunities to be had in buying litecoin.

Litecoin, the second largest cryptocurrency available, was created to offer a viable alternative to bitcoin. Some consider bitcoin to be too scarce and also too hard to mine, so litecoin offers a lightweight and more readily available substitute.

01:54

The litecoin infrastructure is still under development, which makes purchasing them slightly trickier. For this reason, it’s easier to purchase litecoin with bitcoin, rather than with cold hard cash. This is also the quicker option, and cheaper in terms of added transaction costs too. International bank transfers can take a few days to be processed, whereas a litecoin-bitcoin transaction is almost instantaneous.

01:30

There are a number of online litecoin wallet solutions available, but these are far from ideal – particularly as far as security is concerned. Some even charge for storage. So you could choose to create an offline wallet as outlined in our bitcoin guide, or you could make the most of the built-in encryption features of your online litecoin wallet and hope for the best!

04:11

This part of our course compares the differences between the two most widely-used cryptocurrencies – litecoin and bitcoin.

The world’s first cryptocurrency was bitcoin, which was released by Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2009. Ever since then, investors and miners have been working furiously to get their hands on as many bitcoins as possible. But as its popularity increased so too did its price, and many altcoin enthusiasts were left looking for a more profitable alternative.

1 page

This part of our course compares the differences between the two most widely-used cryptocurrencies – litecoin and bitcoin. Lets see how they compare on the most common metrics that cryptocurrencies are compared against.

This is the big battle - Bitcoin VS Litecoin!

1 page

To start mining in a pool you will need to write a script that will prompt your machine to mine. This is known as a ‘batch file’ in Windows. This is where it can get quite complicated, but if you follow these instructions you won’t go wrong.

Firstly, you will need to find out...

05:06

The advent of expensive ASIC processors has made mining bitcoins almost impossible for mere mortals without the power that these machines offer.

Luckily, there are other digital currencies – like litecoin for example – that you can still mine effectively from the comfort of your own home.

Newer cryptocurrencies like litecoin can be mined using scrypt hashing as their ‘proof-of-work’ algorithm.

2 pages

If you intend to mine with a GPU set-up then you will need to download ‘cgminer’ from the developer’s website. It’s worth noting that you will need to download version 3.72 or earlier, as all subsequent versions of the program have removed support for scrypt mining.

Assuming that you are using a Windows operating system and want to mine a scrypt currency, you will need to follow these steps...

1 page

If your mining PC has its own dedicated graphics cards then you might be able to run cpuminer and cgminer simultaneously. Simply add a ‘- threads n’ command to minerd, with ‘n’ standing for the number of CPU cores you are running.

3 questions

This quiz is based on everything we have covered in this Litecoin section.

Section 9: Interview #1: Francis Pouliot Of The Bitcoin Foundation Canada
19:39

Part One - Listen to me interview Francis of the Bitcoin Foundation Canada. Learn about his thoughts and opinions on Bitcoin around the world, and in Canada. Learn about Francis's opinions on the future of bitcoin.

19:30

Part Two - Listen to me interview Francis of the Bitcoin Foundation Canada. Learn about his thoughts and opinions on Bitcoin around the world, and in Canada. Learn about Francis's opinions on the future of bitcoin.

16:35

Part Three - Listen to me interview Francis of the Bitcoin Foundation Canada. Learn about his thoughts and opinions on Bitcoin around the world, and in Canada. Learn about Francis's opinions on the future of bitcoin.

Section 10: Interview #2: Marc Warne Of Bittylicious
14:44

Part One - Listen to my interview with Marc of Bittylicious. Learn how Marc has built a Bitcoin business up which has now traded more than £8M worth of bitcoins.

18:37

Part Two - Listen to my interview with Marc of Bittylicious. Learn how Marc has built a Bitcoin business up which has now traded more than £8M worth of bitcoins.

Section 11: Interview #3: Henrik Hjelte Of Chroma Way
16:29

Part One - In this lecture I interview Henrik who is the co-founder of Chroma-Way. They have built up a business around the idea of colored coins. Listen their thoughts on the world of cryptocurrencies.

15:12

Part Two - In this lecture I interview Henrik who is the co-founder of Chroma-Way. They have built up a business around the idea of colored coins. Listen their thoughts on the world of cryptocurrencies.

Section 12: Interview #4: Eric Spano Of Bylls
19:10

Part One - In this lecture I interview Eric who has created a business in Canada which allows people to pay their bills with Bitcoin. He wants to bring bitcoin into the lives of everyone, through a regular task.

17:21

Part Two - In this lecture I interview Eric who has created a business in Canada which allows people to pay their bills with Bitcoin. He wants to bring bitcoin into the lives of everyone, through a regular task.

Section 13: Interview #5: Diego G. Zaldivar Of The Bitcoin Argentina NGO
16:58

Part One - Diego is a pioneer of Bitcoin in Argentina. He has managed to turn the image of Bitcoin around, and to this day continues to promote its benefits. Listen to his thoughts on the future of Bitcoin.

15:44

Part Two - Diego is a pioneer of Bitcoin in Argentina. He has managed to turn the image of Bitcoin around, and to this day continues to promote its benefits. Listen to his thoughts on the future of Bitcoin.

16:31

Part Three - Diego is a pioneer of Bitcoin in Argentina. He has managed to turn the image of Bitcoin around, and to this day continues to promote its benefits. Listen to his thoughts on the future of Bitcoin.

Section 14: Q&A Interviews With Bitcoin Entrepreneurs
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Section 15: Lets Finish Our Bitcoin Journey Strong And Talk About What Happens Next
02:12

There Are Many Opportunities Available For You Today In The Bitcoin Eco-System, Let Me Explain Them For You Before Concluding On The Rest Of This Course.

01:15

I Want To Assure Every Student In This Course That As The Bitcoin Eco-System Continues Evolves This Course Will Continue Evolve Along With It. So This Is A Living Breathing Course Fixated In The Bitcoin Eco-System.

01:56

In This Lecture Let Me Show Exactly How To Claim Your Free Bitcoins As A Paying Student Of This Course, Remember You Are Entitled To 0.01 Bitcoin Once You Complete This Course.

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