The Ultimate Bitcoin Resources

I often make remarks that I consumed more than 100 hours of resources on Bitcoin not just to understand it but to also build a conviction in it.

Thinking about it now, I’m sure that hours would’ve increased to more than 100 hours.

I want to share all of those high signal materials around the internet with you if at the least, it will help you understand what Bitcoin is all about.

My Favourite Articles

  1. Bitcoin is Common Sense
  2. An Honest Account of Fiat Money
  3. Visions of Bitcoin – How major Bitcoin narratives changed over time
  4. A most peaceful revolution
  5. Bitcoin’s Security is Fine

Keep Up With This People/Blogs

Parker Lewis – he is the best. I like it when people know their onions as we like to say. He writes about the fundamental revolution that Bitcoin is catalyzing. He cuts through the noise and presents thought provoking argument in each of his articles. Start here.

Hasu – Hasu is incredibly brilliant. He writes beyond the surface of Bitcoin price as everyone tends to do. He considers the social implication of a world under Bitcoin, he is objective in his estimations and on his many takes. Start here.

Nic Carter – “A most peaceful revolution” is Nic’s most popular essay and it is so deserving. The site is a complete archive of his recent (2017-20) content as it pertains to investing and cryptocurrency. Nic is a general partner at Castle Island Ventures I am a co-founder and chairman of Coin Metrics. Start here.

Ark Invest’s White Paper –  This paper lays out the case for Bitcoin.ARK described how the Information Age gave rise to Bitcoin, a novel economic institution designed to challenge legacy financial systems. We explain how legacy financial institutions, which have evolved through a trust-based model, appear to have fallen short of the four economic assurances necessary for a predictable financial system. We then analyze Bitcoin’s behavior in relation to these four economic assurances and explain why we believe it is designed uniquely to satisfy them.

YouTube Resources

Hidden Secret of Money series by Mike Maloney – this series was very important in helping me to understand the history of money and why different money failed in different empires. Though Mike’s conclusion was that the world will come back to using Gold as a form of money, it was still a very important series that aided my understanding.

Real Vision Interviews – This was my curation from the 100s of interviews on Real Vision TV. Some are short videos and some are long conversations. They are all together worth your time. What I like about this series is that there were some arguments against Bitcoin in it. Though they were about confusions on how to value Bitcoin, they are important for your understanding as well.

What Bitcoin Did – this was probably the only Podcast I used to listen to when I started going to the rabbit hole. It is featuring here simply because I want you to focus your attention on the Beginners Guide To Bitcoin episodes. It is well curated from their YouTube channel.


For books, the best place to start I will later learn is the Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous. An incredible book that goes as far back as the Yap Island to trace the history of money and arrive at what might be the final iteration of money, Bitcoin. If you don’t read any other book that I will put here, please read this one alone.

Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond – this book was written by a Bitcoin convert if there’s anything like that. Chris was once Anti-Bitcoin. He was even on a national TV program to call the end of Bitcoin. He wrote this book beautifully, explaining what makes Bitcoin special relative to other coins and even proposed an innovative way to value Bitcoin. It’s a great read.

The Price Of Tomorrow: Why Deflation Is Key To An Abundant Future – Jeff’s book was my motivation for writing this article. Jeff expanded on the idea of technology as a deflationary force. He explained that inflation is not normal in our world even though we may have accepted it as normal. Bitcoin is the form of money that will later fulfil this audacious goal.


  1. What Bitcoin Did by Peter McCormack
  2. The Pomp Podcast by Anthony Pompliano
  3. Unqualified Opinions by Ryan Selkis

I hope you make do with that for now and if you have a specific interest in a topic, comment under here and I will get you the resources as soon as I become privy to it.

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