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Bitcoin was created in response to the financial crisis of 2008 and aimed to create a new, freer, less restricted financial system. In its early days, Bitcoin was intended to provide the “unbanked,” those without access to traditional banking services, with the tools they needed to exchange value and engage in commerce. Specifically, Bitcoin was supposed to serve parts of Africa that were as of yet left behind by the banking system.


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