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Immerse yourself into the world of cryptocurrency by starting your crypto education off right with introductory whitepapers on Bitcoin and Ether. The future of finance is at your fingertips to explore.

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Bitcoin 101
Decentralized, digital gold, capped supply
  • Bitcoin is the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. It's the first and highest value digital currency, launched in 2009 by the pseudo-anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto.

  • Bitcoin’s limited supply of 21 million keeps the currency scarce and provides a gold-like hedge against inflation.

Ether 101
Smart contracts, blockchain, DAOs
  • Ether is the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. It runs on Ethereum, a blockchain with smart-contract functionality

  • Ether is the currency required to use Ethereum, referred to as the ‘fuel’ of the network.

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Bitcoin ETFs: Everything You Need to Know

The arrival of spot bitcoin ETFs in the US market has changed the asset class’s availability for traditional investors by offering an accessible, transparent, and trustworthy vehicle to invest in the world’s most important cryptocurrency.

Solana 101 Whitepaper

This Solana 101 whitepaper will teach you everything there is to know about Solana, the newest, most exciting competitor in the decentralized application (Dapp) sector.

Bitcoin’s Fourth Halving: What It Is and What Investors Need to Understand
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Bitcoin’s Fourth Halving: What It Is and What Investors Need to Understand

As we approach the middle of April, Bitcoin’s fourth halving event draws closer. This event – also known as “the Halvening” – will significantly impact Bitcoin’s supply landscape.

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How Does a Bitcoin ETF Work?

“How does a Bitcoin ETF work?” Now this is a question we get a lot. And with good reason. There’s a lot of information out there about what Bitcoin ETFs are, but not a whole lot about the inner workings of the funds themselves.

The Difference Between Closed-End and Open-End Bitcoin Funds

However, when investors are looking to allocate capital to a Bitcoin fund, there is a common question that arises: what is the difference between an open-ended fund like the Purpose Bitcoin ETF, and a closed-end fund like the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust?

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The FTX Collapse: What Happened and What It Means
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The FTX Collapse: What Happened and What It Means

In possibly one of the most significant crypto stories ever, FTX, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges in the world by volume, completely collapsed last week.

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The Crypto Crash: How Hard Times Are Paving the Way For A Brighter Future

Well, if anybody had any doubts, the last six to eight weeks have surely been the final, irrefutable evidence that crypto winter is finally upon us. And it’s cold out there, folks, really cold. Brrr.

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