Further Resources #
The more rabbit holes, the better! Don’t rely on this resource page alone, there are plenty of other excellent curations.
Wikis and Guides #
There are many great articles written by contributors of the Bitcoin Wiki. If you want to know more about a specific topic, the Bitcoin Wiki is a great resource. The Libbitcoin Wiki has an amazing list of fallacies and some great explanations of Bitcoin’s properties and principles.
There are many great guides that will help you on your bitcoin journey and beyond. How to set up nodes, how to take care of your privacy, how to avoid KYC, and many more. If you ever want to start hacking on Bitcoin you might want to check out the Bitcoin Developer Guide.
- Bitcoiner Guide by Bitcoin Q+A
- No KYC only by Bitcoin Q+A
- Bitcoin Privacy Guide by Bitcoin Q+A
- Bitcoin Node Guide by Bitcoin Q+A
- Bitcoin Developer Guide by bitcoin.org
- Multisig Guide by Michael Flaxman
- Lightning Node Management Guide by Openoms
- Bitcoin Best Practices by Matt Odell
- TFTC Video Guides by Matt Odell
Learning Sites #
The following sites are dedicated to teach you about Bitcoin in a comprehensive, step-by-step fashion.
Other Curations #
There are plenty of other curations in the Bitcoin space, created by various bitcoiners. If you are looking for more beginner-friendly or more varied lists the following links will be useful:
- Bitcoin Literature by the Satoshi Nakamoto Institute
- Bitcoin-Only by 6102
- Bitcoin.Page by Jameson Lopp
- Curated Bitcoin Articles by Guy Swann
- Featured Episodes of Bitcoin Audible by Infominer
- Bitcoin Archive by Max Hillebrand
- Bitcoin Rabbit Hole by Adam Taché
- Bitcoin Learning Master List by Nick Ward
- Awesome What is Bitcoin List by CypherPoet
- Mises Library by The Mises Institute
- Unenumerated by Nick Szabo
- WTF Happened In 1971? by Ben Prentice and HAC
- WORDS - A monthly Bitcoin journal by Joe Rodgers
- Best of Bitcoin Magazine by Bitcoin Magazine