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It is similar to sending cash from one account to another. You simply need to create a Bitcoin wallet. I have only tried two; & .

Coinbase has everything you need internally on their site itself; "one stop shop". Buy, sell, send, and request bitcoins. Coinbase even has the option to use PayPal.

However, it operates similarly like a US bank. They need ID (Submit a copy of an acceptable form of identification (i.e. passport, state driver's license, or state identification card)), real personal information, etc... (,-prohibited-businesses,-and-conditional-use )

Blockchain is a lot more "freedom"; "With a Blockchain wallet, you retain complete ownership of your bitcoin.". 

It simply depends on what you want. Of course, there are several more BTC wallets out there. These are just two I use.

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