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To nudge you towards crypto, we prepared the list of top-rated books that shed some light on what bitcoin and blockchain bring about:
📚 “Bitcoin: The future of money?” by Dominic Frisby.The author takes a step back to look at where Bitcoin came from. He also gives a unique perspective on who the fabled Satoshi Nakamoto might be.
📚 “Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction in 25 Steps” by Daniel Drescher.The book is the right fit for non-technical readers. Drescher breaks down all complex notions into simple pieces and explains general principles that make a blockchain what it is.
📚 “The Dark Net” by Jamie Bartlett.The book goes far beyond a traditional explanation of cryptocurrency. Bartlett spends a solid portion of the book examining the Silk Road and how it used Bitcoin as a means for users to buy things.
📚 “The Internet of Money” by Andreas Antonopoulos.While many other books pinpoint the How of bitcoin, The Internment of Money delves into the Why part. The author contextualizes the significance of the matter through a series of essays.
📚 “Digital Gold” by Nathaniel Popper.Here the title speaks for itself. Popper compares Bitcoin to gold as a store of value and takes a critical look at the history of this cryptocurrency. The book was nominated for the Financial Times book of the year in 2015.
📚 “The Book of Satoshi” by Phil Champagne.It’s a good reading piece for those who are big into Bitcoin. The author piled up everything Nakamoto every wrote online about Bitcoin and added some valuable comments on these remarks.
📚 “Blockchain for Babies (Baby University)” by Chris Ferrie and Marco Tomanichel.We are quite well aware of the fact that blockchain is going to change the world. So, make sure your kid is ready for the disruption that’s on its way. The book explains in plain English the critical notions of decentralized technology, cryptocurrency, and other useful crypto stuff.
What is your favorite book about blockchain?
Following the economic crisis of 2008, the website `bitcoin.org' was registered by a mysterious computer programmer called Satoshi Nakamoto. A new form of money was born: electronic cash. Does Bitcoin have the potential to change how the world transacts financially? Or is it just a passing fad, even a major scam? In Bitcoin: The Future of Money?, MoneyWeek's Dominic Frisby's explains this ... Even the word `finance' makes me feel queasy, but since reading Bitcoin I have been thinking about money - what it is, where it comes from, how it stores its value, where that value comes from, how it is exchanged - with the same sort of intensity that atheists reserve for their relationship with God." * Spectator * "Dominic Frisby has gone and done something extraordinary: written a page ... Dominic's new book explains what it is, how it came about and features interviews with some of the key players in Bitcoin's development and examines some of the mysteries behind Bitcoin. Frisby considers the potential economic, political and social implications of this new currency and tells it in an engaging style that reads like a thriller. Dominic Frisby has written a great account. Read it and glimpse into the future' —Sir Richard Branson In 2008, while the world was busy panicking about the global financial crisis, a computer programmer called Satoshi Nakamoto posted a message on an out-of-the-way maili 'Bitcoin is one of the most important innovations of our time – it will transform the way we do business. My name’s Dominic Frisby and I wrote, back in 2013-14, what we think was the first book on Bitcoin by a recognized publisher. I’ve been in the space for a while, and I love it. I’m going to be writing a weekly article for Coin Rivet, taking a technical look at the crypto-currency markets. And this is the first of them…
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