Elvis W.

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Course Introduction
Welcome message and course overview Introduction to the concept of cryptocurrency. Presentation of the course guide (Elvis; tutor and content creator).
Beginner’s guide to Bitcoin
The beginner's guide to Bitcoin provides an introductory understanding of the first and most well-known cryptocurrency, explaining its digital nature, decentralized structure, and the basics of how it is used for transactions and as an investment. It also covers the essentials of Bitcoin mining, wallets, and the underlying blockchain technology that supports it.
A beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency: Cryptocurrency Simplified
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Understanding Bitcoin

There are dozens of different types of digital currencies in the broad cryptocurrency environment.

The total value of these several cryptocurrencies has increased to almost $2.9 trillion during periods of high demand, and their daily trading volume has surpassed $130 billion.

The cryptocurrency market is growing quickly, indicating its size, even if it is not yet as large as the FX market.

The idea of crossing this vast region might be intimidating for individuals who are new to the world of cryptocurrency.

We’ll gently enter the world of cryptocurrencies by concentrating initially on its original star, Bitcoin, in order to prevent knowledge overload.

Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency, and its cutting-edge technology made it possible for us to have so many other types of digital currencies today.

Understanding the core of Bitcoin, including its history, features, and objectives, provides a solid foundation for understanding the larger cryptocurrency landscape.

Most of the principles that support Bitcoin also apply to other virtual currencies.

Getting clarity on Bitcoin demystifies the topic, and that is exactly what I want to do: provide you with a solid grasp that will make navigating the larger crypto world easier.

We’ll start with an approachable overview of Bitcoin, designed for those with little to no technical experience.

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