There’s a lot of confusion out there regarding Bitcoin, and a lot of places you could go to learn about it. I’m glad you stopped by here first, but I might not have provided everything you would need. So let me link you to a few of the best Bitcoin resources around the web.
I’d like to start off with my own book, Bitcoin in Brief. It’s a free e-book aimed at explaining Bitcoin to non-technical audiences. It’s a very short read, at roughly 25 pages–less than an hour of your time. It provides everything you need to have a basic understanding of Bitcoin–what it is, how it works, why it matters.
Even better would be reading it in the words of the creator. Luckily, the original Bitcoin white paper is out there, freely available for you to read. You can find it here.
For a searchable knowledge-base that provides simple answers to practical questions about using or acquiring bitcoin, take a look at Jordan Tuwiner’s “Buy Bitcoin Worldwide” knowledge-base here.
For other questions, take a look at MuchBitcoin.org. MuchBitcoin is an educational website filled with links discussing and explaining Bitcoin, in detail, thoroughly. They have one of the largest indexes of links on Bitcoin on the web. It is an excellently curated website that is likely to provide you with answers to any questions you may have.
Are you just looking for regular, Bitcoin-specific news and all-around solid content? Check out CoinJournal.net–they’ll even toss you a free 500 bits just for getting on their newsletter (which is another great way to stay on top of developments in the Bitcoin world!)
Have a specific question that you can’t find the answer to? Maybe you could ask me yourself, if it’s a puzzle without an answer you can seem to find. You can get in touch with me on my Contact page.
I hope you enjoy looking into this crazy new technology as much as I’ve enjoyed writing about it!