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Learn more about the work Adventures in Crypto is doing to educate our customers and find answers to your questions by checking out our frequently asked questions listing below.

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What does Adventures in Crypto do?

Adventures in Crypto serves as an educational resource for individuals looking to learn about the crypto ecosystem and other topics pertaining to digital currency. While we aren’t financial advisors, we can help you gain the knowledge and tools you need to confidently enter the crypto ecosystem on your own.

How can AIC help me learn?

With an immense collection of resources, connections, and an expert knowledge of the crypto ecosystem, Adventures in Crypto can help anybody learn about crypto. From learning the basics to focusing on a variety of topics in your education session, we adapt our educational techniques to accommodate your unique needs.

What can I learn about from AIC?

The opportunities to learn are endless at Adventures in Crypto, and continue to grow every day. Check out our Services page to learn more about the types of things you can learn from a session with our team!

Is it expensive to learn with the team at AIC?

At Adventures in Crypto, we firmly believe all people deserve access to educational resources that can help them become confident in the crypto ecosystem. Thus, our appointment rates are not outrageously priced. Hop over to our Services page to learn more about our pricing structure, or Book an Appointment today!

How often can I have a scheduled session with AIC?

As often as you’d like! Whether you schedule weekly sessions or catch up with us every couple months, there will always be something new to learn from our team.

What all do you get from the free 15 Minute Consultation?

Adventures in Crypto is proud to offer free 15-minute consultations to all new customers. In these free introductory consultations, you’ll be able to learn more about Adventures in Crypto, identify areas you’d like to learn about, and ultimately decide whether or not the world of crypto/crypto education is right for you.

What’s Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is digital money. Its money just like euros or dollars, but instead of holding paper money, it’s held in your private electronic wallet. Anyone can buy and own bitcoin. It is a peer-to-peer version of electronic cash that allows online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution, much like sending an email person to person without a middle man. Bitcoin is a technology, a currency and an international network of payment systems and exchange that is completely decentralized. Bitcoin is not owned by a government and doesn’t rely on banks or governments. It is not a company or an organization. It’s not owned by anyone. It operates by simple mathematical rules that everyone who participates in the network agrees on, making it decentralized.

What’s Blockchain?

A blockchain is a specific type of database. It differs from a typical database in the way it stores information. Blockchains store data in blocks that are then chained together. As new data comes in it is entered into a fresh block. Once the block is filled with data it is chained onto the previous block, which makes the data chained together in chronological order. Different types of information can be stored on a blockchain but the most common use so far has been as a ledger for transactions. In Bitcoin’s case, the blockchain is used in a decentralized way so that no single person or group has control – rather, all users collectively retain control. Decentralized blockchains are immutable, which means that the data entered is irreversible. For Bitcoin, this means that transactions are permanently recorded and viewable to anyone.

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