Bitcoin is not an easy subject to understand. It is new, it is complex and it encompasses many different fields of understanding.
Not to mention, there exists a great deal of distraction, primarily from “crypto” promoters who want to lure new people into buying the latest fad. And from actors who spread misleading information, generally people who have a vested interest in the status quo and do not want to see the change Bitcoin can bring.
That being said, if you’re careful in your selection, there are some high-signal sources that will take you through a no-nonsense understanding of Bitcoin. Learn Bitcoin from the best by browsing the resources below:
Bitcoin in African Languages
Of South Africa’s approximately 60 million people, 8 million people speak Xhosa as their first language and another 11 million as a second language. Xhosa is the most widely spoken language in the township community we’re focused on and the second most widely spoken language in South Africa.
The most widely spoken language in South Africa is Zulu. More than half of the South African population are able to understand Zulu with over 9 million first-language and over 15 million second-language speakers.
Visit 👉🏾 Exonumia for more Bitcoin resources in other African languages
For anyone wanting to start their circular economy project, it is highly recommended that you read the guiding principles behind the project that inspired us: Bitcoin Beach.