Is Crypto Good for Beginners?

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Investing in cryptocurrency can be a daunting task for beginners. However, with the right approach and knowledge, anyone can take their first steps in the world of crypto investing. In our second video of the Blocktrade Academy Course series, we aim to provide you with the confidence and understanding needed to begin your crypto journey. Buckle up! Because we are about to cover some of the most commonly asked questions by beginners on the start of their cryptocurrency journey.

Is Crypto Real Money?

One common question that many newcomers to the crypto world have is whether or not cryptocurrency is real money. The definition of money is something generally accepted as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment. The simple answer is yes – cryptocurrency is a digital representation of value built on a blockchain and utilizes cryptography. It can function as a medium of exchange, unit of account, and store of value.


Can You Sell Your Cryptocurrency for Cash?

While it’s true that not many shops and businesses accept crypto directly, it can be exchanged for fiat currencies like euros or dollars using exchanges or even mainstream payment services like Paypal. There are all sorts of service providers that connect cryptocurrency buyers and sellers, allowing for easy conversion between crypto and cash, crypto and euro on a bank account, and even crypto payments for loans, utility bills, and more.


What Is the Difference Between Blockchain and Cryptocurrency?

When considering the technology behind cryptocurrency, it’s important to understand the role of blockchain. You might think, how are cryptocurrencies different from blockchain? Simply put, blockchain is the trustless decentralized distributed ledger on which cryptocurrency operates. Instead of one central authority (like banks) controlling transactions, a decentralized network of computers all over the world validates and stores every transaction into a chain of blocks, with each new block containing all the information of the latest transaction. This decentralized ledger is called the blockchain. While blockchain is the underlying technology that powers cryptocurrencies, they are not the same thing. Cryptocurrency is just one of the use cases of blockchain technology. Cryptocurrencies are the digital assets that are created, bought, sold, and traded on the blockchain network. They are the medium of exchange that allow transactions without the need for intermediaries.

In summary, blockchain is the underlying technology that enables the creation and maintenance of cryptocurrencies, while cryptocurrencies are the digital assets that use blockchain technology to facilitate secure, peer-to-peer transactions.


What We Will Cover Next

Now, while we’ve answered the question of whether cryptocurrency is real money and explained the difference between cryptocurrency and blockchain, there are other questions that we’ll address in our upcoming video courses. For example, we’ll discuss how much beginners should invest in crypto and provide guidance on investment strategies based on financial situations. We’ll also provide answers to the question of what makes cryptocurrency go up and down? By exploring the factors that contribute to the recent surge in cryptocurrency prices and whether or not the trend is sustainable.

Another topic we’ll cover is the perspective of prominent figures such as Warren Buffet and Jamie Dimon, who have been vocal critics of cryptocurrency in our video titled as Why do old rich billionaires hate cryptocurrency? We’ll provide a balanced perspective on the pros and cons of investing in cryptocurrency and their arguments against it. Additionally, we’ll explore the world of cryptocurrency day trading and provide insights on how to get started and manage the risks involved.

It’s important to keep in mind that no one can predict the future with certainty, and investing in cryptocurrency involves risk. Diversification is essential for managing risk in any investment portfolio, but it’s important to understand the potential benefits and drawbacks of investing in multiple cryptocurrencies. Not everyone wants to become a professional trader, but there are still ways to make money with cryptocurrency trading as a beginner. We’ll explore these investment strategies and provide guidance on how to implement them effectively.


Last Words

In conclusion, our second video course aims to provide beginners with the knowledge and tools they need to start investing in cryptocurrency with confidence. We’ve addressed the question of whether cryptocurrency is real money, explained the difference between cryptocurrency and blockchain, and highlighted several other topics that we’ll cover in upcoming video courses. With the right approach and understanding, investing in cryptocurrency can be a rewarding and exciting journey.

Start investing today!


This is not financial advice. Mentioning coins and tokens is not a recommendation to buy, sell, or participate in the associated network. We would like to encourage you to do your own research and invest at your own risk.

Editorial team

We are a team of crypto enthusiasts. Each of us has extensive theoretical and practical experience in trading, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain. We also like to dig deep and explore. Our goal is to help you make the right and relevant decisions.