Bitcoin is a fascinating, multifaceted topic that requires a lot of research to understand. I understood that and spent 10 years helping others do the same-I realized that over the years I was repeatedly searching for answers to the same question. So I bookmarked the resource to save time finding it again. In the end, I decided that it would be even easier to just put them all in one place, so my education resource page looks like this: Born in 2015 For the Bitcoin subcommittee I established. What started out as a single page with dozens of links is now a 40-page subcategory with over 1,500 links.
Bitcoin.page is my ongoing curation effort to help you browse a series of high quality information written over the years about works related to Bitcoin.
For those just getting started, I’m trying to answer Bitcoin methods and reasons. Everyone needs to read the white paper. This white paper is written in fairly simple non-technical English, but translations are available in dozens of languages. After that, you can get a fairly high level of understanding of the network in about 30 minutes, but it can take weeks to dig deeper into the protocol. Beyond technical, you can explore a variety of questions and criticisms about economics, game theory, and the future evolution of systems. Bitcoin is so complex that some of us have a hard time explaining why it’s so difficult to fully understand!
You won’t be an expert after consuming an hour, a day, or a week of content linked from bitcoin.page, but you’re ready to empower yourself with this technology.