To get a grasp on Bitcoin you will have to read a book or two. If you only want to read one book, most people will recommend Saifedean’s The Bitcoin Standard, and for good reason. Bitcoin is money, so understanding The Ethics of Money Production is paramount to understanding what Bitcoin is about. If you need a crash-course in economics, read Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt.
Learn Me a Bitcoin
Bitcoin is an electronic payment system created in 2009. It allows you to send money to anyone in the world, and you don’t need to ask anyone’s permission to create an account.
It was created as a solution to the modern financial system, where we have a small number of large banks that control who gets an account and which transactions get processed. This means the control of money is centralized, and we have to trust the banks to act responsibly…
Jameson Lopp: Bitcoin Information & Resources
What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a new form of money that is controlled by no one and is developed as an open collaborative project. Below you’ll find enough curated educational resources and information about it that you could spend months sifting through them all. Make sure you have a decent understanding of the system before you store a significant amount of value in it! The same aspects that make it so valuable also make it unforgiving to those who make mistakes.
Keysa Luna: The Simplest Bitcoin Book Ever Written
“I wrote this book in the hopes of making bitcoin, and the reasons we need it, more accessible to more seekers.
This book is a starting point, into what I, and many others, have discovered is a phenomenally endless, life-changing and beautiful rabbit hole!
May you be orange-pilled, may you be free,and may you be well enriched by the journey!” – Keysa Luna