We provide a starting point for people curious about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
We introduce the basics for people from
non-technical backgrounds wanting to learn about the value and potential of the cryptocurrency space.
Meet Steven and Marc.
With diverse professional backgrounds, they connected over a mutual passion for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
We are based in Vancouver, BC.
We give free presentations that provide a general overview of Bitcoin, including: how to safely purchase and store cryptocurrencies, and mitigating cyber security risks.
We also offer consulting services (in-person or via Skype) for individuals that would like further assistance with account setup/wallet security, or have more personalized questions and want to explore more.
Bitcoin emerged close to a decade ago, however there is still a massive gap between what the general public think Bitcoin is, and what it actually is. Misinformation and sensationalism has lead many to believe Bitcoin to be a scam, a ponzi scheme, something that will soon burn and crash.
What is Bitcoin? It is:
- a digital currency that can be used by anyone
- not controlled by any government or entity (decentralised)
- secured (through cryptography)
- deflationary (there will only ever be $21m bitcoin created)
- a revolutionary technology (blockchain) that has the ability to disrupt every industry
Belief in the value and potential of Bitcoin has seen it grow to an over $170 billion market, passing the massive $10k USD per bitcoin milestone in November 2017.
Whilst Bitcoin has made it's mark in the world, it is still nowhere near the potential it could reach. We invite you to come down to one of our presentations to learn a bit more about Bitcoin and how it could benefit you.
Our mission is to introduce and educate the general public on the value of Bitcoin. Whilst there is an abundance of information on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, there is a large gap of understanding between the tech and non-tech communities.
We hold regular presentations for non-technical individuals, focusing on a general overview of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, current market sentiment, cyber security risks, and how to properly purchase and safely store cryptocurrencies.January 30th @ The Common
Who are we?
Steven TramMy interest in Bitcoin began a few years ago out of pure speculation, trying to make 'easy money' from something high risk and very speculative. I purchased a small amount without knowing too much about it (definitely something I do not reccommend), however the more I read about Bitcoin, the more I became fascinated with blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency space. I have been trading digital assets full time for over a year now and have a firm belief in the future of cryptocurrencies. I am a Certified Bitcoin Professional with a background in the banking industry, working three years in a HR advisory role and two years in a technical role managing the HRIS, payroll and recruitment systems for the institution.