What is blockchain?
A blockchain is an authoritative record of every Bitcoin transaction that has ever occurred. Think of it as a type of ledger that maintains a real-time digital record of ownership.
The distributed ledger is a decentralised database that grows in 'blocks', with the most recent 'block' containing the latest set of recorded transactions.
The blockchain allows all market participants to transparently and securely keep track of digital currency transactions without the need for a centralised ledger.
Getting cryptocurrency exposure
- Which cryptocurrencies are supported and how do I start investing in cryptocurrencies?
- How much does it cost to buy or sell cryptocurrency?
- How can I start using cryptocurrency features?
- Does the conversion from and to cryptocurrencies happen instantly?
- Sending cryptocurrency
- Can I set target prices for exchanging cryptocurrency automatically?
- Can I be notified of price volatility?