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Do you wish you could go back in time, and buy bitcoin when it was priced at $1 (approx R10) each? Do you think that since bitcoin is expensive now, you have missed out on your chance to buy it when it was cheap?

Did you know, that you dont have to buy an entire bitcoin at a time? If you would like to buy an ounce of gold, you are not forced to buy a 2kg bar of gold, you are allowed to buy an ounce. The same concept is true for bitcoin. You do not have to buy a whole bitcoin. Since bitcoin has 8 decimal places, you can buy bitcoin in very small amounts, that are cheap and wont break the bank.

At iceCUBED exchange we have a minimum deposit at our Standard Bank account of R250 to fund your account on the exchange.  Once you have made a Rand deposit, you can use your Rand balance on the exchange to buy a minimum of 0.00000010 Bitcoin.

That means that at todays price, you can buy bitcoin for R0.02 if you want. It does not seem so expensive now does it? So you can actually buy bitcoin for the same amount of fiat currency that you would have spent in the early days of bitcoin, you just get less bitcoin than you would have got back then.

You do not need to buy a whole bitcoin. You can buy bitcoin to the value of how much you would like to spend, even if you only want to spend R250.

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Bitcoin is therefore actually quite affordable to anyone who wants to get involved. It is not expensive to buy bitcoin, it is only expensive to buy a whole bitcoin unit. If the price goes up or down a few percent, that change in price will affect you weather you have 10 bitcoin or a 10th of a bitcoin.

The easiest way to accumulate bitcoin safely is to buy a small amount each month like a savings plan. You will only be risking a small amount each month and you can buy as much as you can afford to.

If you would like to start buying small amounts of bitcoin, all you need to do is register on iceCUBED cryptocurrency exchange to begin.

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