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Bitcoin first hit the market in 2009 as open-source software, introducing consumers everywhere to the concept of a digital currency that transcends borders and government entities, and is regulated only by its own complex system of technological checks and balances. 

While Bitcoin itself has since struggled to gain acceptance from consumers and financial institutions alike, the technology underpinning Bitcoin transactions may just be the next big thing in the world of transaction processing and recording.

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