Swan Bitcoin has announced Bitcoin Canon, a new platform that brings high-quality information about Bitcoin to people who don’t know much about it. It’s curated by people who know a lot about Bitcoin.
“Over the years, we have seen the quality and quantity of educational resources in the Bitcoin space grow.” Brady Swenson, Swan’s VP of education and marketing, said in a statement sent to Bitcoin Magazine. “The goal of the Bitcoin Canon is to collect and organize the best bitcoin content on the web into one place so that it’s easier for both beginners and experts to find and share. It should be easier for both.”
To become the main source for Bitcoin resources, Bitcoin Canon uses a “cooperative” way of getting information about the complex peer-to-peer (P2P) monetary system into the database, cataloguing it, and sharing it with other people who need it.
“We hope that the Bitcoin Canon becomes the best place to learn and share Bitcoin resources,” Swenson said. “We want to help the world better understand this new technology.”
The platform uses the idea of Rabbit Holes to separate content into different topics, from the economics of Bitcoin to how to use the currency privately. Each Rabbit Hole is a collection on Bitcoin Canon that includes a list of resources about a certain subject that have been chosen by Bitcoiners.
“These curated lists will help shine a light on the best work done by the best minds in the history of Bitcoin,” Swenson said.
Cory Klippsten, the CEO of Swan Bitcoin, told Bitcoin Magazine that at the start of the project, his company will start with submissions from well-known people in the Bitcoin community. Soon, the goal is to make Bitcoin Canon an open platform that anyone can use to make their own Rabbit Hole.
During the next version of the Bitcoin Canon, “We’ll be able to open up our curated database of over 1,000 of the best Bitcoin educational content in the world.” It will be able to be searched for by keywords and topics. Everyone will one day be able to make as many Rabbit Holes as they want.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.