Education 101 Series: Your Guide to Crypto Literacy

Learn more about how to use digital assets and how to pay for them.

No Better Time to Get Your Degree in Digital Assets
It’s 2020 and the world is a lot different now than it was 10 years ago, even 10 months ago.

But one thing is for sure, cryptocurrency isn’t going anywhere, but neither is your uncertainty around what crypto even is! In these next weeks, we’ll break down the hurdles to help you become crypto literate and more confident in discussing and using digital assets.

Through Your Guide to Crypto Literacy, we will provide the context around how crypto got started, why it is relevant in our world today, what the confusing terms mean, and how to access digital assets daily on platforms like Binance.US.

Why we focus on Crypto Literacy

At Binance.US, we are lowering the barriers for Americans to learn, earn, and access the tools they need to participate in digital wealth generation. This means becoming fluent in a language that may seem foreign, confusing, and even downright intimidating. This is why our motto is #EducateDontIntimidate.

When we know how things work, it makes us more confident that we have the skills necessary to participate in an activity or even participate in the conversation alone. Our Education 101 Series is here to serve as a library for anyone wanting to get up to speed with digital assets.

Follow along as we add to our Binance.US Education 101 Series: Your Guide to Crypto Literacy
#1 Demystifying Digital Dollars
#2 Evolution of the Internet
#3 Finance, Rhymes with …
#4 Back that Asset Class Up
#5 What are Cryptocurrencies?
#6 Defining Decentralized Finance
#7 Cryptoeconomics Explained
#8 Intro to Consensus Algorithms

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