If you’re new to cryptocurrency, it may be worth checking out a few books

The vast amount of cryptocurrency resources on the web can be a little overwhelming, especially for beginners. So, if you’re new to cryptocurrency and want to master the fundamentals, picking up a book can be a great starting point.

You’ll understand the basics, learn how to start investing, and may be able to make a living… Maybe even start paying your overdue mortgage and homeowners insurance bills. Luckily, there are several cryptocurrency books that cover the basics and then some. Here are a few of my favorites for beginners.

Bitcoin: The Ultimate Bible – How To Make Money Online With Cryptocurrency Trading (Blockchain, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency) by TJ Richmond

TJ Richmond, a crypto expert and entrepreneur, has already written several books in cryptocurrency and blockchain. Bitcoin: The Ultimate Bible – How To Make Money Online with Cryptocurrency is my favorite.

If you’re looking to get into cryptocurrency, you should start with this book. This book does a great job breaking down every aspect of the crypto world. You’ll not only be able to fully understand digital currencies, but you’ll also learn how to start investing in cryptocurrency and how to make a living, too.

The Truth Machine: Blockchain and the Future of Everything by Michael J. Casey and Paul Vigna

If you want to fully understand cryptocurrency, it’s imperative that you learn all about blockchain technology. Vigna and Casey’s book definitely delivers.

Vigna, a former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, and Casey, a crypto expert and advisor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab, provide a balanced view of the technology. They present pros, cons, and any potential challenges of the technology. So, you’ll be able to make your own determination if blockchain as revolutionary as some claim.

Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum & Smart Contracts by David Gerard

Once you understand the basics of blockchain technology, it might be worth it to explore the psychology behind blockchain. In light of the Bitcoin, altcoin and blockchain explosions, Gerard attempt to explain the phenomenon through its core ideology, history, and promises. It makes for an exciting and provocative read.