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Why BCH?

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin cash is a cryptocurrency created in August 2017, from a fork of Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash increases the size of blocks, allowing more transactions to be processed. Bitcoin Cash is designed to become electronic cash for the world. No one owns Bitcoin Cash, no government, no company, no individual. It is the people, that own Bitcoin Cash. It also means it’s our responsibility to promote Bitcoin Cash. Without our help, the good that can be unlocked by this civilization changing payments technology can never occur.

Start receiving and sending bitcoin cash today! The Bitcoin Wallet can be downloaded and setup in a matter of minutes. No signups or hidden costs, just a quick and secure way to start using Bitcoin Cash payments at your business.

The Bitcoin.com Wallet allows you to safely store and spend your Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash

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Bitcoin Maps

Find stores that accept Bitcoin Cash near you fast and easily add merchants that accept Bitcoin Cash to the map. Over a 100,000 merchants, spend at places you love and discover new places to love with Bitcoin Cash!

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Bitcoin Cash Register App

No signups or hidden costs, just a quick and secure way to start receiving Bitcoin Cash payments at your business. The Bitcoin Cash Register App can be customized to fit your specific business.

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Bitcoin ATMs

Bitcoin ATM (abbreviated as BATM) is a kiosk that allows a person to buy Bitcoin using an automatic teller machine. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash. Bitcoin machines are not exactly the same as traditional ATMs but work in a similar fashion.


Bitcoin ATM kiosks are machines which are connected to the Internet, allowing the insertion of cash or a credit card in exchange for Bitcoin. They look like traditional ATMs, but they do not connect to a bank account and instead connect the customer directly to a Bitcoin exchange for a localized and convenient way to purchase Bitcoin in person. Common locations for Bitcoin ATMs are inside of a retail store, shop, tavern, restaurant, mall or airport. Keep reading to find out how Bitcoin ATMs work.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Quickly find the answers to commonly asked questions, and demystify yourself about Bitcoin Cash, These questions are commonly asked, and they are questions one should ask when learning about cryptocurrency and considering whether an investment is recommended or not.

Bitcoin is a currency born into the digital age. Digital money is different than the traditional finance world is used to. It offers three core values in which many currencies cannot attain: Decentralization, Open Source, and Peer-to-Peer networking.

Bitcoin is a network operating by the three foundational principles of technological freedom: decentralization, open source code, and true peer-to-peer technology. Bitcoin’s trust is based on the subjective valuations of human faith in mathematical algorithms, encryption and numbers. With the three pillars of technological principles Bitcoin’s blockchain is a peer-reviewed system of integrity.

Are you unserved or underserved by the current international banking system because you or your family live in an emerging economy, or freelance for clients overseas? Are you under 18, or work in an industry the credit card companies or PayPal don’t approve of? Have you ever had an account frozen for some random irregularity, or had to pay over $20 in international money transfer fees just to send your funds to a friend or loved one? Bitcoin is the perfect solution to all of those issues.

Nobody is "in charge" of Bitcoin – at least in the sense that Bitcoin is not a company or organization, has no governing body and no organizational structure. Bitcoin is simply a software protocol, like HTTP (aka the Internet and SMTP (aka email). This has been the case since Bitcoin’s creator, the person (or persons) calling themselves Satoshi Nakamoto, released their creation into the wild in 2009.

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