If you're looking to sell Bitcoin, you have a number of options: You can either sell it to another individual in exchange for the value in a different form, which can be somewhat risky, or you can take the safer route and sell it to a licensed exchange.
In our expert opinion, we'd recommend turning to Coinbase — one of the most trusted Cryptocurrency exchanges in existence. If your balance isn't already stored there, all you have to do is create an account, transfer the Bitcoin there, then exchange it to USD.
Although, you don't necessarily have to convert it to USD. Coinbase supports a slew of different traditional fiat currencies — such as GBP and EUR — as well as all the major digital currencies, including Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
So you can convert BTC to ETH the same way.
How To Get Bitcoin: The Most Common Ways
With all this speak of selling Bitcoin, we should probably address the elephant in the room: How to acquire it. This time, you have three main options — you can either buy it through an exchange like Coinbase, someone can send it to you, or you can mine it.
Related: How To Mine Bitcoin Fast
If you decide to take the latter route, you're going to want to invest in a Coinmine One, a Plug-and-Play Bitcoin Miner. Just take it out the box, connect it to the Internet, tell it which Cryptocurrency to mine (via a smartphone application), and it'll do the rest.