To be honest, previously I'd always kept crypto at arm's length. And then, something happened to me. Luckily, it turned out to be a success. Long story short, I was browsing Amazon for a trading book and stumbled upon a really interesting interview in the podcasts section. It was an interview with Thomas Kralow, a manager at Crypto Hedge Fund. The interview was free, around 35 minutes, but it ended up being a turning point for me. There was a link to his website below the interview, where I saw a detailed trading education program. Initially, I wanted to sign up for the non-mentorship program, but then realized I was still a bit weak on the crypto side, and the price difference for the program with mentor was minimal. So, I went for the mentorship program and no regrets so far. Turns out, my understanding of cryptocurrency was totally primitive, haha. Oh, I forgot to mention where I found the interview, it was on Ep. 520 Trading the U.S Bank Crisis Like a Crypto Hedge Fund Manager | CRYPTO 101 Episodio en Amazon Music
there. But let's continue my story. So...we went through four modules on Forex, and then moved on to Bitcoin. And the mentor answered my questions all that time. both individually and in group chat. It wasn't just some superficial education; it was very systematic and deep! Eventually, I opened an account on an exchange, got a web-wallet, and also bought a hardware wallet from Amazon for long-term investments. A huge human thanks to Thomas for creating this education, and to the mentors who taught me and made the complex stuff if not simple, but at least understandable for me. Now, I've come here to practice. And by the way, considering the fact that a hardware wallet is also hard to recover if lost, I rented a safety deposit box at the bank for to store backup access keys. Now my assets are securely protected. And I didn't know about this before either. So, if you're still deciding whether to book this course with a mentor or not, I'd say that personally, I'd go for the mentor. But it's up to you to decide in the end. Maybe you're more experienced than me.