BITCOIN &

CRYPTOCURRENCY

Dictionary

cryp·to·cur·ren·cy

ˈkriptōˌkərənsē/

noun

  1. a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank.

    "decentralized cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin now provide an outlet for personal wealth that is beyond restriction and confiscation"

What is it? Essentially, a cryptocurrency is a digital currency that operates outside of any government control. That means these currencies cannot be manipulated by central banks like our own Federal Reserve or other central banks around the world.

READ THE BITCOIN WHITEPAPER
 
INTRO TO CRYPTOCURRENCY

WHAT IS IT? MORE INFORMATION

1. GET STARTED
Key takeaways: Coinbase
 
2. TRADING CRYPTOCURRENCY
Key takeaways: 2-factor authentication, don't keep your coins on an exchange, Blockfolio


3. CRYPTOCURRENCY WALLETS
Key takeaways: backup your wallet
 
4. ALTCOINS
Key takeaways: ETH, ADA, UNI, LINK, DOT, AAVE, SOL, MATIC, ATOM
 
5. TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BASICS
Key takeaways: don't day trade, look out for whales, don't spend more than you're willing to lose

5A. Forex Notes
Key takeaways: the trend is your friend

6. MARKET
Key takeaways: Key info on the crypto market

RAYVEN'S FAVORITE LINKS
 My go to page.

 
ICOS
Key takeaways: early bird shopping, better discounts are possible

BEST CRYPTOCURRENCY YOUTUBE VIDEOS
Watching YouTube videos is the fastest way to learn

BITCOIN ENCYCLOPEDIA - BITCOIN RESOURCES
Everything you need to know in one place.
 
FREE BITCOIN COLLEGE COURSE FROM PRINCETON
A free 11 week college course on Bitcoin from Princeton.

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The first investment you should make is in yourself. Your first few trades should be to learn. Education takes time. The best way to avoid failure is to educate yourself. Understand what you are getting into.

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