I am an expert in matchmaking judgement who writes sometimes. Bitcoin is a payment mechanism based on a digital token currency that is a proprietary type. Bitcoin is an alternative to paying with cash , checks, PayPal, or credit cards, as a bartering method. Bitcoin offers a private way to pay for items (or maybe even a covert one). My guess is that, sadly, such Bitcoin transactions are likely to be used to buy illicit services or things.
1) Although Bitcoin has its charms, it is proprietary and is not part of any government or supported by it. Only a small number of Bitcoins have been developed, which helps make it seem more valuable to Bitcoins than they really are. In conjunction with the speculation, the price of Bitcoins has been driven up by restricting the number of coins produced.Check This Out
2) Some of the advantages of Bitcoin may have dubious validity. The advertised advantages include being able to send money to your mates, it is connected to gold, it provides privacy and security, etc. Money, checks , credit cards, prepaid bank cards, money orders, bartering with something (e.g., postage stamps), wire transfers, and PayPal are the problem; almost all payment needs appear to be covered.
3) It’s not inexpensive to buy Bitcoins. And it’s not easy or quick to buy Bitcoins, except for EBay; and except for (probably) EBay, some of the Bitcoin vendors seem a bit flaky. I emailed four Bitcoin exchange vendors for a test, including two slightly close to me, and none of them replied. There are no refunds when you buy Bitcoins.
4) The programme for building a Bitcoin “wallet” on your machine seemed sluggish and buggy in my tests. I tried two different Bitcoin wallet applications, and it seemed like it took days for them to finish coordinating stuff with the remote server network of Bitcoin.
5) I would think that because Bitcoins are fully safe and private, and because they can be used anywhere to buy something, using them could help get you on the radar of the government. Who knows, maybe that guy you can only buy with Bitcoins selling unobtainium is actually with some police force, trying to bust you.
6) The risks of being ripped off for sales increase dramatically with Bitcoin, since almost no seller information, such as their name and address, is exchanged with the purchaser.
I could be incorrect, and maybe the use of Bitcoin will increase, and more Bitcoins will be released, and on mobile devices it will become normal, and almost every traditional store, such as Amazon and Apple, will embrace it. The ways of paying for Amazon transactions with Bitcoins are all flaky right now. Also, the markups you have to pay when you want to swap Bitcoins for traditional goods make what you pay to buy foreign currency at an airport seem poor.