Get to know Alex

Below is a Certified Luno Educator, who is trained to conduct basic cryptocurrency education classes and social events.

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Tell us about yourself

I’m Alex from Puchong, Selangor. The world is changing rapidly, so do I in keeping abreast of the developments especially in the financial sector.

Describe what you do as a Luno Educator in one sentence.

Sharing my knowledge about cryptocurrency to the mass market.

Why did you choose to become a Luno Educator?

Being able to educate the public with the assistance and info from Luno is a valuable experience for me.

How would you define financial literacy?

Anything to do with our money, we must familiarise ourselves with the various options available and make full use of it by making informed financial decisions.

Why should others care about financial literacy?

Everyone of us cannot avoid money matters since the day we were born. How should you not care about financial literacy?

How did you develop your own financial literacy?

Read financial books; Watch financial news; Take financial courses.

What advice do you have for people at the beginning of their crypto journey?

Start small, start early.

What would you say to somebody who is not sure whether to invest into Bitcoin or not?

It’s normal to be afraid of the new and the unfamiliar. Learn before you jump. That’s why you’re reading this here (I believed).

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