Get to know Amer

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

Neither Luno nor any Certified Luno Educators will ever give financial or trading advice. They will never offer to trade or invest on your behalf, nor are they authorised to. Educators will also never ask for your password, 2FA codes or one-time pin. Please don’t share these with anyone at all – even if they say they work at or with Luno. 

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Tell us about yourself.

I’m Amer from Pasir Gudang Johor. I love reading, video editing and exploring new opportunities.

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

Educating the mass market about cryptocurrency.

Why did you choose to become a Luno Educator?

I believe crypto is here to stay so I was searching for a platform where I can contribute and be part of the crypto community. That’s where I stumbled across the Luno Educator Program.

How would you define financial literacy?

It’s not just how you make money but most importantly it’s how you manage your money or cash flow.

Why should others care about financial literacy?

It’s the key for everlasting wealth creation.

How did you develop your own financial literacy?

I was lucky because when I graduated from university, I chose to work in the financial services industry. I met a lot of people, especially middle-aged people who are still struggling with debt and financial management. From there I started to take my financial education and literacy seriously.

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

Don’t develop FOMO (“fear-of-missing-out”) and only invest in what you understand.

What would you say to somebody on the fence about Bitcoin?

Start investing with a small portion of your money. Get a taste of holding it. Further down the line you can always learn and slowly start to increase the portion of it.

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