Note - If you can google the answer, don't bother me about it. That does comes off as me being an asshole (which I won't dispute) but it is also you being lazy AF. Don't be lazy AF. These resources are so you can find out the fundamental information you need and then go engage in the space from there. Most of it is free. Some of it requires you to invest in yourself. But if you don't feel like you're worth investing in, why should anyone else invest in you? So! Don't waste your time and others. Take action. Learn you some things and then when you're ready, ask the community your questions. Cause it turns out that the community is your best educational resource. If they don't know it, then you can ask me. Cause the first thing I'mma do is google it.
- Satoshi's Original White Paper: https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
- www.BlockchainLibrary.org. Also recommend following Mark Hakkarinen, the founder of #BlockchainLibrary.
- www.chainhaus.com - To take programming classes for blockchain, python, ethereum, vyper, smart contracts etc... They're based in New York City. Also recommend following Jamiel Sheikh, founder of #Chainhaus.
- http://blockchainacademy.global - They provide blockchain education in Belgium and Dubai. I also recommend connecting with Veronica Murguia, who coordinates all things blockchain in Dubai. Tell her I sent you.
- www.maureenmurat.com - Maureen is a blockchain, securities and tax lawyer. You probably don't need legal assistance right away. But when you're ready, get your funds together so you can retain her legal expertise.
Blockchain Thought Leaders (who I am most likely to steal content from) - these are thought leaders in the space whose commentary and post you should follow and read. Its amazing how much free education you can get if you just bother looking. Its very similar to going to the library. Its free. But when is the last time you went?
There are more and I'll periodically update the list. If you feel you should be included drop a comment below. In the meantime, enjoy getting your education on and feel free to ask me any questions about the future of education in the comment section. Cheers!
My name is Samson. I’m a human and an anthropologist at Axes and Eggs, a Washington, DC based think tank who answers your questions when Google can't. If you like what you read, share it! If you hate it, drop some knowledge in the comment section below.
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