You know how the Internet kind of feels like it’s own world, a giant continent with no borders in which the users largely have control? That’s what Bitcoin is like, a singular currency that isn’t tied to a bank or a country. Instead, it’s independent digital money that fluctuates with a market controlled by individuals.
Bitcoin is a true modern-day exercise in capitalism. It's an alternative to physical currency that doesn’t need to be exchanged. It makes it a titillating prospect in the world of online casinos, where so many operators are located overseas and don’t offer Canadian dollars as a deposit, play in, or withdrawing option.
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