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The Six Biggest Misconceptions About Bitcoin

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Confused about Bitcoin? You're not alone. After all, it's pretty new - it made its debut in 2008 in the form of a white paper by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto, and it was launched as a currency as recently as 2009. There is a lot of sound and fury in the press, much of it misleading. Investopedia comes to the rescue with this list of the top misconceptions about Bitcoin, with the help of our crack team of external consultants. 

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