If you’re interested in delving into the world of Bitcoin, then you’re probably thinking of it as a possible investment venture. And it’s true that the world’s first decentralised digital currency has risen massively in value since it was launched in 2009.
But Bitcoin is also a currency like any other, albeit one that is faster, less costly, and features built-in security. That means it can be used for ordinary purchases, such as paying for your electricity. However, with Bitcoin, there is a twist.