I am a Bangladeshi. I know little about bitcoin and I have no credit card. Is it essential having bank account to earn bitcoin? How will bitcoin help me? How and where can I start earning bitcoin?


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There are no requirements about your nationality, skills or need to have a credit card to use Bitcoin. The only major requirement is that you have a smart phone or computer and access to the internet. In terms of earning bitcoin, you may earn it any way you might earn Taka or United states dollars, however you might find few employers will pay you in bitcoin.

There are some services to earn small amounts of bitcoin for simple tasks. A quick search turned up coinworker, but it looks like there are other similar sites if you find that doesn't work.

Hope that answers your question Banda!

  • Where will I purchase things(i.e. books etc.) by bitcoins. If I can't buy anything by bitcoins what is the meaning of earning bitcoins?
    – alhelal
    Commented May 10, 2017 at 17:36
  • By far the easiest way I have seen to realistically use bitcoin is to buy gift cards for a specific retailer using gyft. Although it is more convenient if you find someone that is willing to sell you items for bitcoin. Commented May 10, 2017 at 17:41
  1. To improve your knowledge about BTC go to bitcoin.org and en.bitcoin.it (on the latter, Bitcoin Wiki, you can find also Forums & Chats to expand your knowledge).
  2. To know about the current price on Bitcoin exchanges go to bitcoinwisdom.com.
  3. Some corporations sell computer hardware only in a few countries, example:
    Dell.com (in USA, UK & Canada), NewEgg.com (in USA & Canada). Day by day more corporations are willing to accept BTC as payment, ask them if they do it.
  4. To get BTC in your country better try an international exchange site like LocalBitcoins.com, maybe you can find somebody willing to sell BTC and the site provides the info necessary (here's a direct link to their Bangladeshi market).

Hope that this info will give you a quick start into Bitcoin.

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