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Invest in Bitcoins through a public traded instrument
When bitcoin burst on the scene in 2009, very few people could wrap their minds around the idea of money that exists purely in cyberspace. However, people who have grown wary of the central banks’ control over and manipulation of currencies latched on to it quickly, as did investors looking for ways to diversify their portfolios. As its popularity has grown, bitcoin, which has no central authority, has been used increasingly for international money transfers as well as for everyday commerce. More than 100,000 merchants now accept bitcoin for transactions.