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Published in 2014, this is a key book to understand the idea and concept of a decentralized currency based on the digital world. The book goes into the technology behind bitcoin, the purpose of bitcoin and the application of currency in the real world. Readers learn how currency works, the nature of bitcoin transactions and details about the bitcoin network. There is also an interesting section on “bitcoin mining”, which is the process of how you can “earn” bitcoins, getting involved in some computational analysis. The book also covers some critical concepts behind bitcoin, such as the block wallet and bitcoins.
The authors are Wall Street journalists who do the case study on the future of bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general. With bitcoin, a person can buy just about anything, from coffee to planes. Thanks to bitcoin, the prospects for a global financial system without government intermediaries are a reality and the authors investigate this concept. This book seeks to answer the simple question: why should anyone care about bitcoin? In this book, Vigna and Casey aim to demystify cryptography and its uses in today’s cyber-economy.
The author aims to attract people to the key issues of bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. Champagne investigates who Nakamoto is, whether a person or a group, and how it was possible for Nakamoto to create bitcoins while remaining completely anonymous. The book contains actual emails and posts from Nakamoto, which are presented in chronological order. The text also includes a variety of bitcoin technical topics divided into easy-to-follow lay terms. The economic potential and implications of the currency are discussed, and a copy of Nakamoto’s original white document, which started the whole bitcoin concept, is included.
This very technical book, published in 2015, is about the various aspects of bitcoin, including perhaps the most important innovation to emerge from bitcoin: the blockchain. This book argues and shows that the block chain can become a revolutionary computing paradigm. The author shows how technology and the block network can be used to make data mining much more efficient and to make a variety of services better and more accessible.
Brian Kelly describes the overall potential of bitcoin and explains the currency from an investor’s point of view in this unique bitcoin text. This 2014 book covers the various aspects of bitcoin, including its regulation in the markets, as well as how to invest and exchange alternative currencies. It goes beyond the usual bitcoin introductory information and explains how bitcoin is changing the internet and the entire financial sector.
This 2015 book was selected for the Financial Times 2015 and McKinsey business book of the year. Nathaniel Popper investigates the anonymous creator and the beginnings of bitcoin and tells the story of the digital currency through the eyes of many of the central characters of the coin, including South American and Asian millionaires, the Winkelvoss twins and the mysterious and unknown bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto. The author also analyzes bitcoin and makes comparisons of the digital currency with Gold and Diamonds, stating how bitcoin can be the global standard of “value storage”, thus transforming bitcoin into an Antifragile (that which never loses value).
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