Crypto School: Learn about Cryptocurrencies
Learn about crypto from trading strategies, to wallets and how to buy Bitcoin! The crypto lessons below will help you to make more informed decisions in your crypto investing and trading activities and help you to avoid some of the more common pitfalls in the complex and rapidly changing environment.
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We have listed the lessons in a recommended order but you can of course dip into them as you wish.
Crypto means you are in total control of your money. Thats sounds good but then if something goes wrong who do you call?
Blockchain technology goes beyond cryptocurrencies and sending payments to other people. Which sectors will blockchain technology disrupt and why?
Many cryptocurrencies pride themselves on being decentralized. But what is decentralization in cryptocurrencies and why is it so important?
If cryptocurrencies are to replace existing payment solutions, they need to be fast. Why are some cryptocurrencies faster than others and what are the fastest coins?
Cryptocurrencies have different transaction fees. Where do these fees come from and why do some currencies have no fees at all?
To become mass-adopted blockchains have to be functional when many people use them. What are the different solutions to make blockchains usable for the masses?
A lot of people criticize Bitcoin for its environmental impact. Is that merited? And why are some blockchains “greener” than others?
Some cryptocurrencies have a finite amount of coins, while others have unlimited supply. How does that work and what role does inflation play for cryptocurrencies?
Consensus mechanisms are the reason blockchains cannot be banned or censored. But what are they exactly and how do they work?
You want to buy crypto but you don’t know where to start. What are the different options on the market and what are their advantages and disadvantages?
Before you buy crypto, you need a way to store it. There are different options you can choose from but what are their use cases and which one should you choose?
When you have a way to store cryptocurrency, you can also send and receive it. How does that work and what do you need to keep an eye on?
Passwords are an essential part of computer security. So are backups, especially when it comes to crypto. What do you need to know when choosing a strong password?
Cryptocurrencies exist only digitally, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have real value. But what is value and how can we define it for cryptocurrencies?
Low coin prices dont mean the coin is good value. Market capitalisation is what matters. A slice of Pizza for $0.01 sounds good but not if the pizza is cut into 1 million pieces!
Is Bitcoin overheating? Historical trends show that the BTC price to date has stayed within a statistical range. here it is within that range may indicate whether it is good or bad value in the long term.