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What you'll learn
- Who created Ethereum and why
- The relationship between Ethereum and blockchain technology
- What the 'ether' cryptocurrency is
- How the broader Ethereum network functions
- What makes Ethereum different to Bitcoin
- What to consider when investing in Ethereum
- The ways you can use Ethereum in the real world
Key course lessons
What is Ethereum?
Before investing in Ethereum, it’s important to understand it. That’s why we’ve made this plain-talking guide and created a list of where to go in order to help you buy Ethereum responsibly. This guide lays out the basics: what ether is and the multiple ways it can be used.