Bitcoin Resources


“Bitcoin is a revolutionary system that is quite complex and has a steep learning curve. Make sure you have a decent grasp of the system before you store a significant amount of value in it.”


"Cryptoeconomics" is a section of Libbitcoin, written by Eric Voskuil, and is open source information. All I did was pull the information from the Wiki on Github and compile to PDF for convenient reading. He is still adding to this information, so we'll call this copy VERSION 1.0 - I'll update periodically when significant chunks of additions are made.

Click HERE to download the Cryptoeconomics PDF file


Note that this list is open source, forked from Jameson Lopp’s Bitcoin resources; to participate in his project, suggest additions on Github here.


The History of Bitcoin:


News Sites:




Discussion Forums:


Miscellaneous Statistics:


Transaction Fee Estimates:


Block Explorers:






Deep Dive Technical Resources:


Developer Tools:






Setting up a Wallet:

Browse some  wallets on

***All information on should be met with a critical eye. The wallet review process is decent, but one of the co-owners of the website is biased against Blockstream, which has long been a company that supports Bitcoin development on multiple layers. Note that their well regarded wallet, Blockstream Green, is not listed while other very questionable wallets are listed (Bitpay, which has historically attacked Bitcoin and which adds their own transaction tax to user transations).

Wallet recommendations:

Note that it is NOT recommended that Bitcoin newcomers use the Bitcoin Core wallet. If you want to use a wallet backed by a fully validating node you run, read Securing Your Financial Sovereignty.

Running a Node:

Online Courses:

Video Presentations:






Buying Bitcoins:


Merchant Adoption:


Advanced Trading:


Realtime Exchange Data:


Tax Accounting:


Lightning Network:




Bitcoin Forks:


Crypto Careers:


Crypto Charity:



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