Translation of bitcoin in Spanish:

bitcoin

bitcoin, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɪtˌkɔɪn/ /ˈbɪtkɔɪn/

noun

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    bitcoin masculine
    • In October 2010, the price of bitcoin used to be 0.90.
    • I paid for my domain in bitcoin.
    • For example, if bitcoin becomes successful, the way anarchists and hackers like it, it will extremely hard to centralize money ever again.
    • With no government backing, Bitcoin has value only so long as enough people agree to use it.
    • We try and support all the merchants who accept Bitcoin.
    • No matter what you call it, BitCoin, dollar, pound or peso, it's all gone virtual and it's all been stolen before.
    • What can I buy with bitcoin?
    • It's still early days, and bitcoin is not without its share of problems.
    • People trading bitcoin on the Tokyo-based exchange saw its price hit US $266 at one point, then fall to as low as $105 with high lag times for trades.