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How to set up a DIY bitcoin multisig escrow in Caravan

There are many ways that you can use bitcoin multisig for escrow. Here we look at how to set up…

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What is bitcoin multisig escrow and how does it work?

If you need to trade with someone when there's uncertainty about them holding up their end of the deal, you…

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Faraday bags: Do you need one for your bitcoin hardware wallet?

A Faraday bag can protect bitcoin hardware wallets from two primary threats: radio waves and electromagnetic pulses. Whether Faraday bags…

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What is a bitcoin hardware wallet, and what do they do?

A bitcoin hardware wallet is a compact, dedicated device that generates and safely stores your bitcoin's private and public keys…

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How to establish a dollar-cost averaging (DCA) plan as a bitcoin saver

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is a popular strategy for building long-term savings, typically involving fixed-sized purchases of a target asset on…

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Bitcoin slang defined: HODL, HFSP, FUD, Whale, & more

Many bitcoin-adjacent subcultures have cropped up in the time since its 2009 launch, and with new subcultures often comes new…

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What is dollar-cost averaging (DCA) and why is it popular in bitcoin?

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is a time-tested strategy for saving and investing used by millions worldwide. While useful for acquiring any…

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The different ways to buy bitcoin compared: Exchanges, P2P, ATMs, and more

Since bitcoin's introduction in 2009, the infrastructure for trading has grown substantially. Initially, there were no platforms on which to…

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21 ways to lose your bitcoin

According to various reports, 10-20% of the circulating supply of bitcoin is likely lost forever. However, the term "lost" in…

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How does the bitcoin source code define its 21 million cap?

Many of bitcoin’s staunchest critics have expressed doubt about its 21 million cap, but perhaps the most mindless criticism relates…

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How many bitcoin are there?

When Satoshi Nakamoto created bitcoin, he established in its code a fixed number of bitcoin that will ever exist. Since…

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7 reasons to run your own bitcoin node

To function reliably and securely, bitcoin depends on the voluntary cooperation of thousands of individuals around the globe. Nodes, which…

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