Are bitcoins divisible?

Yes, bitcoins are divisible.  Currently bitcoins can be divided down to 8 decimal places, which means 0.00000001 BTC is currently the smallest amount possible.  Smaller divisions are possible by changing the data structures which store bitcoins.  So in practice bitcoins are practically infinitely divisible.

How do you create a paper bitcoin wallet?

Here is some information on creating an offline bitcoin paper wallet: These sites are all well-known and trustworthy. We’ll keep adding sites (or removing) as needed.

Is Bitcoin a ponzi scheme? A MLM scheme? Pyramid?

Q: Is Bitcoin a ponzi scheme? A MLM scheme? Pyramid? Bubble? A: What is a Ponzi scheme? A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to its investors from existing capital or new capital paid by new investors, rather than from profit earned by the individual or organization running the operation. Operators…

Should There Be Tainted/Trackable Bitcoins?

Q: Should There Be Tainted Bitcoins? Should bitcoins be easily trackable? [Should the bitcoin protocol be forked so as to allow the FBI seized bitcoins to be blocked or tainted in use? To block someone else's stolen coins?] A: No fungibility is critical to bitcoin.  Each bitcoin should be equal to every other.  In theory…

Bitcoin Confirmation times: If confirmation takes 10 minutes, how will I buy coffee at Starbucks?

There are many misunderstandings about bitcoin transactions, and we’ll explain the facts here.  First, there are two components, the transaction and then the confirmation.  Transactions themselves are nearly instant, often less than a second to reach the majority of the bitcoin network.  Once a transaction is in the bitcoin network with fees (and usually without)…