A mini-guide to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency


Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency: 

Founder Satoshi Nakamoto, created Bitcoin in 2009, knowing that modern day technology has advanced in vast ways and with understanding the value Cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is simply a fancy word for digital money. Bitcoin, is a type of cryptocurrency where you can exchange money, trade, purchase items, and invest in other bitcoins. There are no physical bitcoins, only open records of them that are accessible to everyone.

Understanding Bitcoin: 

Bitcoin are assortments of PC’s and hubs that are run on a code and store its blockchain and are not supported by banks or governments. Blockchains are an assortment of squares. In each square are exchanges and the PC’s that are running these blockchains observe the squares of exchanges and nobody can swindle the framework. 

How Bitcoin works:

Bitcoin is one of the advanced monetary forms to utilize shared innovation to encourage included hubs or moment installments. The free people and organizations who own the administering processing control and take an interest in the Bitcoin arrangement, excavators are said to be decentralized authorities implementing the believability of the Bitcoin organizations. Bitcoin works particularly instead of Fiat cash, joined in fiscal framework. Cash is discharged at a rate arranging the improvement in stock endeavouring. 

This course offers the following:  


●    Free informative E-book about various cryptocurrencies

●    Guide to exchanges, wallets, and how to hold cryptocurrency.

●    Bonus link to 20 different books on investing

●    Suggested portfolio and guidelines to understanding the value of different coins.

About the Instructor:

Hi, I’m Vanessa Massera!

Vanessa Massera is setting a new standard for how to invest, earn money, and create wealth. Her commitment to financial education is changing the the way business and individuals handle their wealth and their investments. As an entrepreneur of her own company as well as at Tolerant Planet LTD, she specializes in education and tech related investment information.


BITCOIN : And other cryptocurrencies.

A descriptive course giving you all the info you need about cryptocurrency

A digital currency created in January 2009, charts high on popularity, and has triggered the launch of hundreds of other virtual currencies offering the promise of lower transaction fees than traditional online payment mechanisms. Bitcoin is operated by a decentralized authority. There are no physical bitcoins, only balances kept on a public ledger in the cloud, and are not issued or backed by any banks or governments, nor are individual bitcoins valuable as a commodity.This course includes a guide to help you understand the aspects like :

• Where do I exchange my money for bitcoin? • Where do I store the assets?• How do I stay secure? • How does it work?• A guide to cryptocurrencies.

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EBook: How to Understand Cryptocurrenc
What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is the most well-known cryptocurrency launched in January 2009 by a person/group who goes by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin, together with other digital currencies such as Dogecoin, Peercoin, and Namecoin, utilizes peer-to-peer (P2P) technology to manage each transaction. 

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The Basics of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency
How to Store Cryptocurrency?

There are several ways to store cryptocurrency. Similar to having a bank account number, you will be assigned to a unique and personal cryptocurrency address which contains around 26-35 alphanumeric characters. You can share this address when making transactions. Along side this adress is a private key, think of it as your PIN to secure the transactions. 

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Other Cryptocurrencies
Other Cryptocurrencies

Most people confuse Bitcoin with cryptocurrency. Probably because it is the only cryptocurrency they've heard. While Bitcoin is indeed a cryptocurrency, there are tons of others making noises. As a matter of fact, as of January 2020, there are over 2,000 cryptocurrencies running in the market.