How to use the coins
There are several ways in which the currency can be used. The most common is via trade, where an individual might choose to trade coins for another resource; possibly gold, or even a financial currency value. The second is to buy, where a person will be permitted to invest their own money into the digital alternative.
The final one is to sell Bitcoins for profit – and this can either be a product, or a service. In the former instance, a product can be sold in exchange for digital cash (the coins). In the latter, a specialist may accept payment in this form of currency. With as few as 6 million coins due to be produced over the course of the next few years (before the entire project comes to a halt), now is a good time to consider investing.
By placing cash into a cold storage wallet when buying bitcoins for example, the buyer will be permitting a third party to use their own coins as collateral, in exchange for interest. Once their account matures, they will be allowed to withdraw their funds, including the accrued interest, where they can transact, trade, or sell all over again as they see fit.
The great thing about this method of payment is that it is valued at what people are willing to pay for it, so just a single coin with an estimated market value of £550 could pay for an entire service, or be invested until the price increases and the potential for a larger profit becomes apparent.