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Bitcoin Wallets For Beginners, Part Five: Buying KYC-Free Bitcoin

In part five of the “Bitcoin Wallets For Beginners” series, we explain how to obtain bitcoin without providing personal KYC information.This article is part five of a five-part series designed to demonstrate to Bitcoin beginners how to install, secure and use a Bitcoin wallet. This part of the series covers purchasing non-KYC bitcoin for your new Bitcoin wallet.You can find part one of the series here, part two here, part three here and part four here.SourceNow that you understand the importance of self custody and the dangers of KYC, and have installed a mobile or desktop wallet, here is how you can start getting bitcoin safely and privately.There are many ways to get non-KYC bitcoin. You can earn it in exchange for goods and services. You can mine it at home. You can buy it at an ATM. Or you can buy it on a peer-to-peer exchange. This article will show you how to buy a small amount of bitcoin at an ATM, install and set up Bisq and then use the bitcoin to fund your first Bisq trade.Step One: Buy Bitcoin At An ATMIf you followed the instructions in part two or part three of this series, then you now have a fresh mobile Bitcoin wallet. Take your mobile wallet with you to the Bitcoin ATM so that you can deposit your funds onto your mobile wallet.Make sure that you have cash on hand. The majority of Bitcoin ATMs will have varying levels …
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