Get to know How Tze
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.
Hi! I am How Tze, from Penang. Reading, travelling, with coffee and some music is good enough for me.
Describe what you do as a Luno Educator in one sentence.
I’m a blockchain and crypto evangelist.
Why did you choose to become a Luno Educator?
Because Luno is the top regulated exchange in Malaysia. I saw the recruitment message on social media, submitted my short interview clip with relevant info, and the rest as people say, is history.
I went through the whole world wide web (dotcom era), I know that cryptocurrency is the internet all over again and I am not going to miss this second chance of a lifetime.
How would you define financial literacy?
To be able to understand financial related matters well and act accordingly.
Why should others care about financial literacy?
Money makes the world go round!
How did you develop your own financial literacy?
Personal experiences. The ‘Money & You’ program. The ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ book series. Trial and progress. Google and Youtube.
What advice do you have for people at the beginning of their crypto journey?
The most important investment is to invest in yourself first. Equip yourself with accurate, relevant knowledge and tools before parting with your hard earned money.
What would you say to somebody on the fence about Bitcoin?
Take baby steps, slow and steady progress. Try with money you can afford to lose, and use regulated exchanges like Luno.