DNotes EDU recognizes the difficulty people will have making the transition to a digital financial world of cryptocurrencies, without first having a basic level of financial literacy. Knowing how money and the financial world works, will help them understand the importance of cryptocurrency. Without some knowledge on both of these subjects, they may find themselves the victim of financial fraud.
The financial literacy and planning modules are designed to be entry-level, covering only the basics. We have included more material on digital currency, to ensure that everyone has access to an accurate and unbiased exposure to cryptocurrency. All material is broken down into modules and sub-modules, allowing the reader to digest one concept at a time if they wish, or look for information on a specific topic only. An index at the bottom of each page will take you to material covering a particular concept or term.
Since everything we do today that involves money, is at some point online and at risk, we have included a Security module, with a basic introduction to “Online Security & Fraud Protection“.
DNotes EDU is a self-funded project by certain members of the DNotes team and community. We have included material on DNotes digital currency for anyone wishing to learn more about it, but this in no way represents investment advice. Any cryptocurrencies, financial products, or businesses mentioned in any articles or videos are there strictly by chance, or because a video they made or appeared in, did an outstanding job of explaining a concept. We take a conservative, long term approach to the industry, believing that success will come to the groundbreakers that abide by the law and follow the standards of good business practises. Our goal is to provide truth and trust in cryptocurrency.
Employer Sponsored Pension Plans A lot of people are counting on their workplace pensions to make up the majority of their retirement funding. The most common employer sponsored pensions will fall into one of the following two categories. ⦁ A defined benefit means you...
For many of us our job or business requires us to be online, whereas for others it is simply a social ‘fix’, but we all have one thing in common. Our personal and financial data is online and at risk if we don’t follow strict security practises. Even the...
Not all exchanges are created equal. Some only list bitcoin and possibly a few other cryptocurrencies, while others may have over a hundred listings. There are exchanges that allow you to fund your account (often meaning to buy bitcoin first) using one or...
Identity theft is one of the most common crimes committed in Canada. In the United States, someone becomes a victim of identity theft every two seconds. Your personal information is everywhere, including in the hands of every company you interact with...read more
The terms credit score and credit rating are tossed around so much, they may be losing their effectiveness. Does the statement "You have a bad financial reputation" get the point across a little better? What does it all mean? Having a good financial reputation may not...read more
Originally Published on DCEBrief Wherever there is money to be made, there will always be crafty scam artists with complex plans to bilk naive and unsuspecting investors out of their money. Since bitcoin and dozens of other digital currencies are proving...read more