Download a wallet and load it with some Bitcoin Cash.
Your wallet app will ask you to backup your private key, usually in the form of twelve random words. This important step is a bit more work than installing most new apps, but it sure beats driving to the bank and opening up an account.
Now that you’ve got your wallet installed, let’s practice sending and receiving Bitcoin Cash. You can get your first bits for free using Bitcoin.com’s faucet.
If you want a little more (and today is a Tuesday) go to reddit.com/r/btc/ and look for a Tipping Tuesday thread. Some kind stranger will likely send you a few bits to play with.
The most fun way is to send a few bits back and forth with a friend. Once you get see how fast and easy it is, we think you’ll be hooked.
If nobody is around to send with, why not donate to one of the Bitcoin Cash developers or projects. We’ve listed a few on our donate page.