Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are a new technology and rapidly-growing financial asset class.
As interesting and exciting as cryptocurrencies are, there is a steep learning curve to get a good understanding of how it all works (remember how difficult the internet and computers were to use back in the early 2000’s? We’d say cryptocurrency technology is currently comparable to that… over time it’ll become easier and more intuitive to use).
Our goal at Intelligent Cryptocurrency is to educate the masses about this technology and make it easy and simple to understand exactly what it is, how it works and how to get started making your first purchase or transaction.
We offer step-by-step online training courses for beginners and more advanced students. We also offer a monthly newsletter with the latest news, developments and updates in the cryptocurrency space, as well as a private community where members can learn, share and interact with coaches and other members.
Meet Your Instructor: Dirk de Bruin
Originally from the Netherlands, Dirk has a strong background in technical analysis after years of experience and self-study with Forex, Stocks, CFD’s and precious metal trading.
Dirk purchased his first Bitcoins in late 2014 and didn’t fully grasp the potential of cryptocurrency until early 2017. At this point he started spending a lot more time researching and learning about cryptocurrencies. He traveled the world attending conferences, meetups and private gatherings and has been sharing his research and insights with thousands of people since mid 2017.
Dirk firmly believes that cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology provide an enormous opportunity to early adopters to gain life-changing skills, knowledge and wealth and his mission is to share his research, insights and experience with 10,000 students in the coming decade.
Dirk personally travels to cryptocurrency and blockchain conferences, events and meetups around the world to get as much first-hand information direct from the source as possible to share with his students. Here are some pictures.