Binance New Zealand has announced the launch of its new video series ‘Crypto 101’ aimed at educating New Zealand cryptocurrency traders and investors on the basics of crypto, including Bitcoin and everything in between.
The video series will provide a simple explanation of the complex world of crypto and is set to feature local Binancians like General Manager Ben Rose.
In the first video of the series, we focus on an introduction to crypto for beginners.
The short conclusion is that it’s daunting but we are here to help, we’re on a mission to educate kiwis with the knowledge they need to trade crypto with confidence.
The series’ second video focuses on what cryptocurrency is, explaining some of the many benefits as well as how it works.
The video goes on to explore the permissionless aspect of crypto, how it’s censorship resistant and why it’s the cheapest and fastest way to transact money.
The third video in the series looks at the uses of crypto, which is one of the commonly asked questions in the space, covering topics such as what you could buy as well as the use of crypto within decentralised finance or DEFI for short.
The video series also covers more advanced topics, such as storing crypto, hot versus cold wallets and web 1 vs web 2 vs web 3 explained
In the coming weeks, Binance New Zealand will release more videos, covering topics such as crypto terminology explained and what is blockchain.
The former will explain some of the most common terminology online, highlighting their meanings and uses, while the latter will explore blockchain technology and how it works.
The educational video series is an excellent resource for New Zealand crypto newbies as well as experienced traders looking to refine their knowledge. The series will provide a foundational understanding of how crypto works and how it could become a part of one’s life.
The video series is available on Binance New Zealand’s YouTube channel, and interested parties can click on any video to get started.
Binance is a global cryptocurrency exchange and has a significant presence in New Zealand, with Binance New Zealand being the local subsidiary.
The exchange is among the top crypto exchanges worldwide, with a strong focus on providing secure and transparent trading services to users.
Read more on the Binance New Zealand blog here.
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