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** Download the Plus500™ Trading Software Open an account in less than 5
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The Plus500 trading software is a powerful CFD trading tool that lets you
trade the world's most popular financial instruments from a single
platform.

Windows XP/Vista/7/8 Download Now! and Start Trading

Only takes 5 minutes

Or check out our WebTrader (no download required)

Remember that CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in the loss of
your entire deposit. Trading CFDs may not be suitable for you. Please
ensure you fully understand the risks involved.

*Download Instructions:
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1. -Step 1-

Click here if the installation process does not start automatically.

2. -Step 2-

After clicking the link above, click on '*Run*'.
3. -Step 3-

Approve the '*Do you want to install the software*' message.
A further confirmation dialogue may also appear, if so click '*Run*' to
continue.
4. -Step 4-

*Once the installation is complete, *the Plus500 software will help you in
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what is bitcoin


Bitcoin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Bitcoin
A digital Bitcoin walletA digital Bitcoin wallet

Ledger The majority of the Bitcoin peer-to-peer network regulates
transactions and balances.^[1]^[2]
Date of introduction 3 January 2009
Source Bitcoin Genesis Block
User(s) International
Issuance Limited release
Source Total BTC in Circulation
Method The rate of new bitcoin creation will be halved every 4 years until
there are 21 million BTC^[3]
Subunit
.001 mBTC (millicoin)
.000001 μBTC (microcoin)
.00000001 satoshi^[4]
Symbol BTC, XBT,^[5]BitcoinSign.svg, ฿,^[6] Ƀ

A common Bitcoin logo.

*Bitcoin* (sign: BitcoinSign.svg; code: *BTC*) is a cryptocurrency where
the creation and transfer of bitcoins is based on an open source
cryptographic protocol that is independent of any central authority.
Bitcoins can be transferred through a computer or smartphone without an
intermediate financial institution.^[7] The concept was introduced in a
2008 paper by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto, who called it a
peer-to-peer, electronic cash system.^[1]^[8]^[9]

The processing of Bitcoin transactions is secured by servers called bitcoin
miners. These servers communicate over an internet-based network and
confirm transactions by adding them to a ledger which is updated and
archived periodically using peer-to-peer filesharing technology.^[2] In
addition to archiving transactions, each new ledger update creates some
newly minted bitcoins. The number of new bitcoins created in each update is
halved every 4 years until the year 2140 when this number will round down
to zero. At that time no more bitcoins will be added into circulation and
the total number of bitcoins will have reached a maximum of 21 million
bitcoins.^[1]^[10] To accommodate this limit, each bitcoin is subdivided
down to eight decimal places; forming 100 million smaller units called
satoshis per bitcoin.^[4]

Bitcoin


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin

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