This is a follow-up to my Bitcoin FAQ article. You need to understand bitcoin first before diving into other types of cryptocurrencies. If you have not read that, you might find this confusing, so read that first.
This article looks at cryptocurrency and altcoins from a more ‘investor’, rather than ‘tech’ point of view. If any info here is wrong or outdated, please let me know by commenting.
This is 100% the most updated list of where you can spend your bitcoins in Malaysia. Accurate as of 30 June 2016. If I missed any, please let me know. EDIT: article is super outdated.
At the end of the article I will also teach you how to spend your bitcoins in Malaysia using a debit card.
Related: Bitcoin for newbies guide for Malaysians
Today, I reached a milestone! RM10,000 in Bitcoins. This is the second investment I made after ASB (aka genetic lottery due to being technically Malay) that I hold more than RM10k in one investment vehicle.
Update March 2016: I’m now RM15k in.
In a previous post, I wrote about the 4 things I learned about buying Bitcoins in Malaysia.
Related: Bitcoin guide for Malaysians
Today I’m going to talk about why I personally invest in it.
On 29th December 2015, I became a proud owner of a bitcoin.
Well, to be exact, I own 1.0516 bitcoins. I’m planning to get some more.
Edit 31 Dec 2015: I now own 3.20 bitcoins yay
Edit 29 Jan 2016: 6.88 btcs 🙂
Btw, my wallet code is 13Pmx3xcZA81RKu11Z4iUnWQph5VyA72f2 (in case any of you want to donate 😉
Interested in my journey in buying Bitcoins in Malaysia and what I found out on the way? Read on..