Thursday, February 4, 2021

How to Own Bitcoin: Adventure Version Kindle Edition by Jason Aralia (Author)




How to Own Bitcoin: Adventure Version Kindle Edition

Owning Bitcoin is an exciting adventure that few have undertaken. So, like the adventure books from the past, you need to choose your own path. This book aims to teach you How to Own Bitcoin—your way—by giving you the tools to discover what your adventure will be.

No matter if you’re a total digital currencies noob or a Bitcoin maximalist, How to Own Bitcoin is your guidebook on a journey through a tangled jungle of myth and misunderstanding. This book was designed to shape itself to the user’s needs as they read through and choose the paths that interest them.

Each path requires different levels of skill to scale the mountain of knowledge.
You must find a way across the chasms of chaos by constantly considering your risk tolerance.

Every choice requires cunning to capitalize on the level of convenience that’s right for you.

If you choose to embark on this journey, you have stepped into a world where you are a pioneer, visionary, market maker, and a digital warrior.

Are you ready, adventurer?


Readers say:

- I liked how this book led me through all the key concepts of crypto in a well-rounded way. This filled in a lot of gaps for me, thank you! - Steve H.

- Hi, I am totally new to crypto and investing. Started to read your book yesterday, and it’s great. I have found it easy to read with clear instruction and fascinating. Maybe for most of us that have no knowledge of crypto, there is unknown fear. Reading the book and gaining an insight to this form of currency is, at its heart, liberating for me. Thank You!

- Informative and entertaining! I must admit that I knew absolutely nothing about Bitcoin before reading this book. Now, through this book and by doing my own research (DYOR!) I can now understand and hold my own in a conversation. If I decide to start my journey into Bitcoin, I will definitely come back to this book and its simple explanations to decide in what direction to take my first step. And DM(y)OR.