Bitcoin is the first decentralized cryptocurrency, a peer-to-peer electronic cash system.
Trading in Bitcoin is as simple as sending an email: there is an address that sends, another that receives, and a message. In this case, the message is the amount in Bitcoin.
The price of Bitcoin is governed by supply and demand, that is why its price is constantly changing.
A stablecoin is a type of cryptocurrency whose value is tied to an outside asset, such as the U.S. dollar.
Some examples of stablecoins are DOC, DAI, and USDT.
1 DOC = 1 USD Dollar
1 DAI = 1 USD Dollar
1 USDT = 1 USD Dollar
The most frequent uses of stablecoins are saving and sending remittances.
In simple terms, crypto wallets are like your bank accounts, but without an intermediary. Similar to how bank accounts let you manage your fiat currency funds, crypto wallets help you manage your cryptocurrency funds.
Crypto wallets store your private keys, keeping your crypto safe and accessible. They also allow you to send, receive, and spend cryptocurrencies.