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The Bitcoin Standard
The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous
If you’re looking for a comprehensive book about the history of money and how it relates to bitcoin, this is the one. It’s written from an economist’s perspective, but also includes technical details that will help you understand why bitcoin is so special.
The author explains how gold has been used as a reserve currency in the past, but now we have something better: cryptocurrencies! He goes into detail about why this new form of money is better than gold or other forms because it allows people who don’t trust each other (such as criminals) to exchange value without having any third party interfere with their transaction or make them pay taxes on their earnings using fiat currencies like dollars or euros—which are backed only by faith rather than actual assets like gold reserves stored somewhere else around world! In addition, he also explains how these digital coins can be used as collateral for loans at lower interest rates than what traditional banks offer today due to their ability
This book is a technical guide to understanding Bitcoin and the technology behind it. It’s written by Andreas Antonopoulos, who has been an active participant in the cryptocurrency community since 2014. The book provides an excellent introduction to bitcoin for readers that are new to cryptocurrencies or blockchain technology in general.
The content is presented in layman’s terms so anyone can understand it without having previous knowledge of cryptography or programming languages like Python or C++ (which most developers will need). The book also covers topics like security breaches, mining pools, payment processors and other aspects related to working with digital currencies such as BitPay’s Copay wallet app or Coinbase’s GDAX exchange platform along with how they relate back into one big picture scheme called “the Internet Of Things”.
Digital Gold is a book by Nathaniel Popper, a journalist and author of several other books on Bitcoin. The book discusses the history behind Bitcoin, how it works and how to use it for various purposes. It also delves into its future potential as an asset class.
The book includes interviews with prominent figures such as Vitalik Buterin (Ethereum creator), Gavin Andresen (Bitcoin Core developer) and Anthony Di Iorio (founder of Ethereum). The author has been involved in cryptocurrencies since 2011 when he first learned about them through his father who was researching them as well. He also worked briefly at Morgan Stanley before becoming an independent journalist covering digital currencies in general; he continues to write about these topics today while working full time at Bloomberg News where he covers tech companies like Apple Inc., Netflix Inc., Google Inc., Facebook Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc..
Cryptoassets by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar
The book explains how to evaluate cryptoassets, the blockchain and other technologies. It includes a glossary of terms you should know when looking at these new investments. The authors also explain how to invest in them, trade them, store them and more.
Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Challenging Today’s Economic and Political Order
Presents a blueprint for how blockchain technology can be used to transform industries. It also includes a section on cryptocurrency, which includes an overview of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as well as a discussion on how they work.
The Business Blockchain: Promise, Practice, and Application in Supply Chain Management (2nd ed.)
Explains why blockchains are important for businesses today—and what they can do better than traditional databases or centralized record keeping systems like ERP systems (enterprise resource planning).
The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Transforming Money & Businesses By Banks & Governments Around The World!
- This book takes you through every step involved in creating your very own cryptocurrency wallet so that you’re able to store your coins securely offline on paper wallets or hardware wallets like Ledger Nano S or Trezor One.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency technologies are a huge topic, with many books and articles available. Below you’ll find a list of some of our favorites:
- Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System by Satoshi Nakamoto (2008) – This book is an early treatise on the concept of Bitcoin, written by its creator. It’s full of technical details that can be quite overwhelming at first glance but are well worth reading if you want to learn more about how this cryptocurrency works at its most basic level.
- Mastering Bitcoin: Programming The Open Blockchain by Andreas Antonopoulos (2015) – This book helps developers understand everything they need to know about using cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin in their applications or websites. It includes detailed instructions on how to create decentralized applications using Ethereum smart contracts; these types of applications have become increasingly popular thanks largely because they allow users around the world access their data without relying on third party servers like Google or Amazon!
The Business Blockchain
The Business Blockchain, by John Carreyrou and Michael J. Casey
What is the business blockchain?
The term “business” refers to any organization or group of people who have a common goal and need to collaborate on that goal. This can be anything from a small company with just one employee, to an entire country that needs protection against cyberattackers. If you’re wondering how your company would benefit from using a blockchain network in its operations, this book will help explain what’s going on behind all those screens at the office!
Why should I read it?
If you want to learn more about how blockchains work in general but don’t know where or what kind of information should go into them (or why), then this book is for you! It explores how each type works differently than others—and what differentiates them from traditional databases like SQLite (which aren’t quite as secure).
Decentralized applications (Dapps) are applications that run on a peer-to-peer network of computers, instead of a single computer. Dapps are similar to web applications, but they are decentralized, meaning there is no single company that owns the application.
In order for Dapps to function properly and securely, they require users’ personal information stored in their own wallets—the same way Bitcoin users store their coins on their own private keys.
The Age of Cryptocurrency
The Age of Cryptocurrency is a book about cryptocurrency and how it came to be, from the perspective of its author, Nathaniel Popper. As someone who has covered crypto for Forbes, CoinDesk and other publications since 2014 (and personally invested in Bitcoin in 2012), Popper has seen this space evolve over time. In his book he shares his personal insights on what makes cryptocurrencies tick—including why they’re so popular right now—as well as some historical context around their origins.
The book also touches on some important questions like: Why do we need decentralized currencies? What will happen if governments ban them? And how does this technology fit into larger trends like AI and machine learning? All told it’s a fascinating read for anyone who wants to learn more about blockchain technology or just appreciate its evolution over time
Cryptocurrency Investing Bible
If you want to learn about cryptocurrency investing and how to buy, sell, store and trade digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum then this book is for you. The Cryptocurrency Investing Bible will teach you everything from how to buy cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) and more.
In addition to explaining the basics of buying cryptocurrencies with fiat money such as USD or EURO, this book also covers how these digital coins work in more detail so that anyone can understand their value as well as their risks involved when trading on exchanges like Kraken or Coinbase where most people purchase them online through mobile apps on smartphones instead of desktop computers like my dad who uses an iPad Pro 9 Plus instead!
This guide contains everything needed by readers who want access knowledge at any time they need it without having access only when they are near enough internet connection so there’s no need worry about getting lost while traveling abroad either because there’s always somewhere nearby where someone else lives who knows what happens next…
What’s the Big Deal About Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a digital currency, and it’s not backed by any central bank. The technology behind Bitcoin is called blockchain, which allows users to send money directly between each other without having to go through an intermediary like Paypal or Venmo.
Bitcoin isn’t controlled by anyone either: there’s no single organization controlling the whole thing. Instead, it’s run by thousands of computers all over the world who compete with each other to solve complex mathematical puzzles in order to earn Bitcoins (the rewards are given out in regular intervals). This makes it impossible for anyone else besides those who participate in these competitions—like hackers trying their best at cracking codes—to manipulate how many coins are in circulation at any given time or when they’re released into circulation again after being created anew every 10 minutes or so (which happens approximately every 10 minutes).
It’s also worth noting that even though this technology has been around since 2009 and has been used successfully enough times at least once before then too–it wasn’t until 2011 when someone decided they wanted something better than just using cash anymore because they were tired living paycheck-to-paycheck while barely getting ahead themselves! That same year saw another person come up with another idea though: What if we could create something called “bitcoins?”
These books will educate you on every aspect of cryptocurrencies
There are a lot of books out there on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, but these are the ones that we think you should read. We’ve covered all the important aspects of cryptocurrency in our previous articles and this list is meant to supplement them by providing a concise overview of the most popular books in this field.
This post will be updated regularly as new titles are published, so check back often!
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