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Reviewed by Cassie Widjaja for Readers' Favorite
One Coin. Two Coin. What Coin? Bitcoin by Elaine Wilkes, Dan Hollings, and Daniel Hall is an incredibly informative and fast-paced short read. Packed with illustrations by Lisa Rothstein, the book serves as an introduction to cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin and Ethereum, for the absolute beginner. Divided into three easy steps, it aims to guide the reader through learning the basics, buying Crypto, and earning high interest while cutting chances of loss. As cryptocurrency is explored more, information is constantly updated, hence, the authors have opted to provide website links rather than run the risk of outdated information.
Crypto is all the rage right now! As said by Elon Musk, paper money is going away. Anyone can and should jump on the Crypto train as you only need the Internet and a good understanding of cryptocurrency. Despite its popularity, I have rarely found a good book on cryptocurrency as other books are often complicated and use terms that are impossible to understand if you are a newbie. Elaine Wilkes, Dan Hollings, and Daniel Hall definitely have achieved their goal of making the book simple to understand. With its eye-catching cartoons, you will not forget One Coin. Two Coin. What Coin? Bitcoin anytime soon. However, if you are looking for a more comprehensive guide into cryptocurrency, this beginner's guide is not for you.