If you are just getting started with Bitcoin, the first thing that you'll need to do is buy yourself some Bitcoin. This is not dissimilar to purchasing foreign currency if you were travelling abroad, if you were in the U.SA and were travelling to Europe then you'd need to exchange some USD for Euro's, if you were travelling to the UK, you'd need to purchase some British Pounds.
Bitcoin is a global currency, so all you need to do is exchange some of your local currency into Bitcoin and then you can use Bitcoin to send and receive money from anyone on the planet almost instantly, virtually for free and without the need for banks or their high fees.
Listed below you'll find a few recommended Bitcoin exchanges. As you go through the signup process you'll need to provide proof of I.D for security reasons so be prepared to jump through a few hoops whilst setting up your account just as you would if setting up a bank account, be patient, take your time, and remember that you only have to do this once. The security is what makes your account safe so it's in your best interest after all.
All exchanges require the same proof of I.D so after you've created and verified your chosen exchange account and got started with Gladiacoin, it's worth spending a little extra time to create an account with each of these to give you more flexibility in the long run.