Book Review: ‘Bitcoin For Beginners: Illustrated Guide To Understanding Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies’ by EverGreenPress Hub

While I used to write about economics, it was primarily about government stuff and not personal finance. Back then, everyone was raging about Bitcoin: the flashy, new kid on the scene. It was all sort of over my head, as I didn’t really understand the tech behind it all and I missed that early boat like a total dunce.

Over the years, I’ve learned more about it but never felt like I was anywhere near fully grasping Bitcoin or the cryptocurrency game in general.

This book did help me understand it quite a bit more but I can’t say that I’m super confident with my knowledge, as of yet. But I’m probably going to read beefier books on the subject in the very near future.

This book is forty-ish pages and it’s a really quick read. In fact, it was like a buck on Kindle and well worth the price for those who want to, at the very least, understand all of this on a basic level.

I found the book to be informative and to explain the whole cryptocurrency thing fairly well. However, as it says in the title, this is a book for beginners and you shouldn’t expect anything that goes into a lot of depth.

If you do have an interest in cryptocurrencies this book is definitely a decent starting point. 

Rating: 7/10
Pairs well with: other books on cryptocurrencies and personal finance.