Top-5 Books about Crypto: Reading Between the Blockchain Lines
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Books with which you can start planning your business victories, even on a beach.

The Internet of Money by Andreas Antonopoulos

Bitcoin is all around and you are still not in it? Want to get the ball rolling? ‘The Internet of Money’ by Andreas Antonopoulos can help with that. Not only the valuable pieces on what blockchain is and how it should be cooked are contained here. Having the most frequently questions on BTC answered is good itself, but having a source inspiring to research a brand new field, is even better. If you agree, the book is definitely the one for you.

By the way, do you remember a concept ‘First they ignore us, then they laugh at us, then they fight us, then we win’? This is the Antonopoulos’ approach picked up by blockchain enthusiasts all over the world. Isn’t that encouraging?

Mastering Bitcoin by Andreas M. Antonopoulos

‘I just spent the last 8 months working on the second edition of Mastering Bitcoin, tells Mr. Antonopoulos, and I couldn’t even scratch the surface of all the innovation that is happening in BTC’. This is how one of the most popular Bitcoin speakers outlines its rapid development. ‘You don’t see it? You’re not looking’, he states. Not a BTC newcomer person should be targeted by this best seller.

So just before you start, please be sure that you can properly digest food for thought served by a prolific computer secure scientist as this is something that requires a basic know-how of Python and C++. Not yet? Catch it up then. The book is worth it!

Cryptoassets by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar

What does it mean to be an innovative investor? This is to stake on a brand new and not so well known assets called crypto. How to value it? How to benefit? These are the questions raised by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar who combined their efforts to create the brilliant guidelines backed up by charts and references. This resulted in a masterpiece that won’t leave you indifferent.

‘As we hurtle into a new, decentralized economy, Burniske and Tatar have laid down something of immense importance: a coherent logic, a new science even, for investing in the assets that will define that coming world’, says Michael J. Casey, senior advisor to the Digital Currency Initiative at MIT Media Lab. By the way, do you remember the 2008 financial crisis? ‘Cryptoassets’ claims the release of bitcoin whitepaper short thereafter not a coincidence. Intriguing, isn’t it?

Digital Gold: the Untold Story of Bitcoin by Nathaniel Popper

‘In the beginning was the Bitcoin’. This is how we joke here in cryptoworld, paraphrasing the Gospel of John. But the joke does seem to be reasonable to an extent: as a first cryptocurrency, bitcoin has laid a solid groundwork for all those following. But how did it incept?

Answering this is in fact a clue to everything in crypto. This is the exact reason for us to stamp a claim that this book is valuable. As The Guardian states, the Digital Gold is an entertaining history of how Bitcoin traces the cryptocurrencies nerdy origins and vast potential. It might work as a page-turner and widely broader you mind even not being a Bible.

The Business Blockchain: Promise, Practice, and Application of the Next Internet Technology by William Mougayar

‘A must read for corporate leaders’, BTCManager editor Michael Scott said about this book. If asking about the author, William Mougayar, he has a reputation of both a notable investor and a wise analyst, the one to listen to and to follow. Or, at least, to read. Are you business folks? The Business

Blockchain will then provide you with a solid basis on blockchain technology as well as on how it may be utilized. Note author’s recommendation, as he suggests reading the book twice to ensure you understand the concept fully. So this is what we think: the author is one who cares.

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