first time that cryptocurrency was described was probably in 1998.
Wei Dai mentioned the concept in a cypherpunks email newsletter. The
first Bitcoin proof of concept to be published was in 2009, and it
was written by Satoshi Nakamoto. Since then, the community has
basically exploded with many different developers working on it.
not much is known about Satoshi Nakamoto, the same thing can’t be
said about Bitcoin itself. The software, Bitcoin protocol, has been
published openly, and any developer anywhere in the world can look at
the code and even make their own version of the software.
answer to that question is very simple: nobody. Just like no one
entity owns the technology responsible for email, no one entity can
lay claim to the Bitcoin network. It is controlled by its users.
While changes to the software can be made at an individual level, it
doesn’t really behoove anyone to do it because Bitcoin only works
when the users are in complete consensus.
Can I Access Bitcoin
in Los Angeles?
you are in the greater Los Angeles area, you will have no trouble
accessing a Bitcoin ATM because RockItCoin has locations spread
across the city. You can find locations at on La Cienega, South
Atlantic Blvd, Sunset Blvd, Vine Street, Hollywood Blvd, and Victory
Blvd. They all support Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as various other
types of cryptocurrency. A few of these locations are even open 24
hours. We have an interactive map with more information about these
ATMs including hours of operation and address.
Makes Things Easy
make it easy to access your cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. With all of
the ATM locations, you can fit your cryptocurrency needs into your
busy lifestyle. If you have any questions on using one of our ATMs
you can call us or text us at 1-888-70-BITCOIN. Our knowledgeable
customer associates will be able to assist you.
you prefer online instructions, you can find instructions on buying
Bitcoin at one of our ATMs here, and you can find instructions on
selling Bitcoin at one of our ATMs here. We recommend creating a
digital wallet before using an ATM. You can find instructions on
creating one here. A wallet is like your digital currency bank
account, you can keep your ATM slips in a physical or “paper”
wallet, but if you lose your receipts, you lose your Bitcoin!