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This website was created in the year 2014 to help introduce new people on the basics of Bitcoin without getting too complex. A good, friendly stepping stone for getting into Bitcoin. It's not the greatest website but I pledge to keep it as honest and unbiased as humanly possible and keep it an advertisement, shitcoin and paid shilling free zone.

I created this website because I wanted to give back to the ecosystem, however small it may have seemed. I originally wanted this website to be like an onboarding resource you could just easily and quickly send to someone that wanted to learn and get into the space. I continue to update the website once in a while.


I stumbled upon Bitcoin in early 2011 from an online article. I dove straight into Bitcoin the same day and have never left since.


I knew very little about money before learning about Bitcoin - coming from a very hard working but poor family. Fortunately, through being in the ecosystem for a large chunk of my life now, I got to learn from many intelligent, talented, bright, experienced and wise people and continue to.


Contact @muchbitcoin on Twitter for any errors, suggestions, content, design improvements, etc.

MuchBitcoin has no financial relation with any company / group and does not receive funding from anyone. All information is meant for educational purposes only. Content changes from time to time. Wallets, companies or services listed on this website are just a selected handful that are known to be respected - there are many more that exist. Services listed are mainly focused on North America, specifically the U.S and Canada. Feel free to do whatever you want with the written content on this website.

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“While I'm skeptical of most of them, I do think people are a little bit underestimating bitcoin, specifically, because it is like a reserve form of money.”
Peter Theil - Co-founder of PayPal