Get to know Subra
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Tell us about yourself.
Hi, my name is Subra from Selangor. I’m passionate about investing and wealth creation.
Describe what you do as a Luno Educator in one sentence.
I educate others on cryptocurrency.
Why did you choose to become a Luno Educator?
Back when I was introduced to Bitcoin, there wasn’t any class or course that could teach me about how it all works and what it is all about. So I had to learn it the hard way by watching multiple educational pieces about cryptocurrency. This is the main thing that led me to create my very own course on crypto trading. I wanted to guide others to understand cryptocurrency in the easiest way possible. Soon after, I joined Luno’s Educator Program to help teach more people about cryptocurrency or as I like to call it “The Future of Finance”.
How would you define financial literacy?
I would define financial literacy as the ability to use your knowledge for wealth creation and effectively manage your financial resources for a lifetime of financial freedom.
Why should others care about financial literacy?
Financial literacy is key to improving your lifestyle.
How did you develop your own financial literacy?
When I was 18, my dad encouraged me to read “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. Even though I wasn’t really a bookworm, I found that book very inspiring because it highlighted the importance of financial literacy. This led me to continue developing my knowledge on wealth creation and management by reading books, attending seminars on investments and participating in asset trading webinar sessions.
What advice do you have for people at the beginning of their crypto journey?
Unlike other asset classes, crypto is much more volatile. For starters, I would suggest managing your risk by only investing what you’re willing to lose and never go all-in. Stay invested in crypto for the long term and always understand what you are investing in.
What would you say to somebody on the fence about Bitcoin?
Back in the 90s, not many people believed in the internet. But everything in today’s world revolves around the internet. Those who adopted an outlook that the internet would be the future and invested in it back then are very wealthy today. A good example would be Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are now in a similar situation to how the internet was perceived back in the 90s. So, be an early investor and watch along as cryptocurrencies move on to become the future of finance.