The Simple Bitcoin Course 2021
- Absolute curiosity is required
(Don't buy this course. Buy Bitcoin and HODL)
Wherever you turn, Bitcoin seems to be there. It is in the spotlight especially after the world's richest man joined the frenzy.
What is it?
Why are people going crazy about it?
How did it all start?
Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious internet figure gave birth to Bitcoin in 2008 as a way to escape the global financial system. What was ridiculed in the earlier days is now a trillion-dollar asset in market capitalization! This is the story of perseverance, hard work, and most importantly a vision of attaining freedom.
Political and Financial Freedom.
Bitcoin has no leader.
Bitcoin has no headquarters.
Bitcoin has no marketing departments.
It is something that is owned and controlled by none. So, hackers and scammers across the internet are taking advantage of the ignorance of internet users as they rake in billions of dollars every year. This is because only a very few of us know the intricate workings of Bitcoin.
Why is this the case?
When you search about Bitcoin to understand the concept, a lot of Boring stuff pops up, making it boring and hard to learn it. However, the truth is, it's very simple and easy to learn. In this course, we are using visual elements to make it engaging. I believe in the quote,
"Tell me and I forget
Teach me and I remember
Involve me and I learn"
So, I will involve you in every chapter. You will dive deep and learn:
The Basics of Bitcoin
Let's begin our Bitcoin Journey!
Who this course is for:
- Curious Students
A good story can enlighten a curious mind!
Did you know that
The dropout rates are way tooo high in online courses. People don't finish most of the courses they enroll in. Hell, some won't even start their class.
Because online learning is at the last of most people's to-do list.
Because of just Black & White lectures
Because it's putting people to sleep...
It's "Too Educational"
Well, to be honest, it's boorinnggggggg...
Asking 5 Whys make us identify the root of the problem.
Now that we know the real problem behind high drop-out rates, what can we do to solve this problem?
Of course, one needs to start by making the course engaging. Blackboard and white-background PowerPoint lectures are a thing of the past.
Instead of Education, one need to think of it as "Edutainment"
One needs to use colorful visuals.
One needs to use background music.
One needs to use sound effects.
One needs to mix information with memes.
Simply, One needs to be in their student's shoes.
Well, I try to do exactly that. Watch the preview of my courses and find it out yourself.
What do you think?