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Crypto For The Book Nerds!

We have something for the book nerds! If you’re someone who loves the smell of new books. You’ve come to the right place. We bring you some of the best books written on the crypto-verse!

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Bitcoin For The Befuddled

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It’s a book for someone who is new to Bitcoin. If find yourself extremely overwhelmed with all the new things you have to learn regarding trading, selling and investing. Then this book is wriiten for you! It was published in 2014 and written by Conrad Barski and Chris Wilmer. It’s all you need to unravel the world of Bitcoin. You can learn everything from what Bitcoin is, how to purchase it, how it really works, how to store and you should spend smartly. Everything is in there. This book could be your ultimate guide to understand the in’s and out’s of the Bitcoin world!

The Book Of Satoshi: The Collected Writings Of Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto

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If you’re really fond of Satoshi Nakamoto, it’s the perfect book for you. Published in 2014 and written by Phil Champagne, it’s a convenient way to understand what Bitcoin’s creator wrote over the span of two years. Iy has it all. His public life before and the moment he decided to disappear and go anonymous under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto.

Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies

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Looking for a guide? There is no better book out there than this one. It can be the perfect guide for any crypto-enthusiast looking to expand their knowledge. Published in 2015 and written by Andreas Antonopoulos, its a book that can be your guide through the complex world of Bitcoin. After you’re done reading this book you’ll feel like a master of the crypto-world. If you’re looking to invest, thinking to start a new app or curious about the technology, it could really help you out.

Beyond Bitcoin: The Economics Of Digital Currency

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It’s a book published in 2015 and written by Hanna Halaburda and Miklos Sarvary. It explores the underlying economic forces. The book revolves aroound an interesting argument , that the best way to understand digital currencies is to understand the economic incentives driving it’s users and creators. Honestly, it could be an interesting read and help to really understand the economy of the crypto-world and what drives people to make certain decisions in the market.

Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and CyberMoney Are Overturning The Global Economic Order

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In 2015 The Wall Street journalists Michael J. Casey and Paul Vigna unpacked cryptocurrency, its functions, its origins and what people need to know to navigate the cyber-economy. The digital currency world is quite different from the paper currency world, the Age of Cryptocurrency is a book which will prepare you how to be ready to face it!

The Business Blockchain: Promise, Practice And Application Of The Next Internet Technology

This book has charted new territory in advancing our parse of the blockchain technology by demystifying it in a way no one has ever done before. Probably no one could do it better than William Mougayar and Vitalik Buterin in 2016. William Mougayar one of the co-authors of the book predicts a future which consists of thousands or maybe millions of blockchains, will not only enable smooth exchanges, but it will also redefine relationships, roles, governance and power. Overall it can be interesting read and it’s fun to read the predictions for the future.

Are you interested to read one of these books?  Or Have you already read one of the books mentioned above? If yes, then let us know more about how it was in the comments below!

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Maira Zaheer

I love to write and channel my feelings into words. I'd like to quote my favorite author and poet. Who has taught me every word matters. “let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences” - Sylvia Plath. I'm here to fill your lives with some crypto-gossip. Email: maira@blockpublisher.com or contact the editor at editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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