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Cryptocurrency Resources For Beginners

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Cryptocurrency Resources For beginners


It may be hard to navigate the crypto space for beginners. However, if you are just starting, there are multiple avenues for you to better understand the space. Let's look at some of these resources currently. Remember though when taking any advice in this space double-check with multiple sources and always beware of people speculating on assets with no clear reasoning.




Look at books that will help not just with investing in cryptocurrency, but with the mindset you need for investing in general. 


The Blockchain Developer - Elad Elrom

The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains - Antony Lewis

Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki

The little book of common sense investing - John C Bogle

Mastering Ethereum: Building Smart Contracts and Dapps - Andreas Antonpolous




Here are some resourceful Youtube channels that will help you when learning about crypto and give you insight into the domain.


Coin Bureau- “The Coin Bureau is your go-to informational portal to the Cryptocurrency galaxy.”


             JRNY Crypto- “JRNY Crypto covers Bitcoin, altcoins, blockchain, fintech, and finance. Bringing you the top news and videos in the crypto space.”

99 Bitcoin - At 99Bitcoins we translate Bitcoin into plain English. Our videos are the most comprehensive, straightforward, and easy-to-understand guides you’ll find anywhere on the web. But don’t take my word for it, check them out for yourself. 


Lex Friedman- Podcast and other important information regarding crypto, technology, and programming.


Dapp University - Learn to build decentralized apps on the Ethereum Blockchain.



Here is a list of websites used for learning purposes to get your blockchain education started. Most resources are free here. Making it easy to learn about crypto.






These are some of the resources used by crypto enthusiasts to get better at learning and educating themselves on what cryptocurrency is and how to use it. Remember to think cautiously and carefully before investing and always research before investing in something hopefully these resources can help you out.