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I have just found something really useful for you. Here’s a list of Chatex’s favorite books about crypto and blockchain:
🔹"Bitcoin: The Future of Money?" by Dominic Frisby;
🔹"The Internet of Money" by Andreas M. Antonopoulus;
🔹"Digital Gold" by Nathaniel Popper;
🔹"The Book of Satoshi" by Phil Champagne;
🔹"Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction in 25 Steps" by Daniel Drescher.
With love, Chatex 💙
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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?
Hey what’s up Crypto Daily fans, I’m Brian Wilson and today, I sit down With Dominic Frisby. Dominic holds the unusual distinction of being the world’s only financial writer and comedian. His book, bitcoin: the future of money published in 2014, was the first book on bitcoin from a recognized publisher. He co-wrote and narrated four horsemen, the “internet sensation” film about the global financial crisis, he writes a weekly investment column for moneyweek magazine, and is a regular contributor to the guard...submitted by Dronmm to u/Dronmm [link] [comments]
Satoshi Nakamoto was the inventor of the bitcoin protocol, publishing a paper via the Cryptography Mailing List in November 2008.
The New Yorker's Joshua Davis believed that Satoshi Nakamoto was Michael Clear, a graduate cryptography student at Dublin's Trinity College.
In February 2014, Newsweek's Leah McGrath Goodman claimed to have tracked down the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
Dominic Frisby, a comedian and a writer, also suggests that BitGold creator Szabo was the most likely candidate to be Satoshi in his book, "Bitcoin: The Future of Money".
An analysis by Sergio Lerner, an authority on bitcoin and cryptography, suggests that Satoshi mined many of the early blocks in the bitcoin network, and that he had built up a fortune of around 1 million unspent bitcoins.
At the end of the day, bitcoin is now far bigger than Satoshi Nakamoto.
Jornalista diz ter descoberto identidade de criador do Bitcoin
O escritor e jornalista Dominic Frisby diz ter descoberto a identidade de Satoshi Nakamoto, o criador da moeda virtual Bitcoin. Segundo o livro Bitcoin - The Future of Money?, Nakamoto seria o programador americano Nick Szabo. Szabo negou ser o criador ...
In Bitcoin: The Future of Money?, MoneyWeek’s Dominic Frisby's explains this controversial new currency and how it came about, interviewing some of the key players in its development while casting light on its strange and murky origins, in particular the much-disputed identity of Nakamoto himself. Economic theory meets whodunnit mystery in this indispensable guide to one of the most divisive ... Dominic Frisby (“mercurially witty” – the Spectator) is the world’s only financial writer and comedian. He is MoneyWeek’s main commentator on gold, commodities, currencies and ... 'Bitcoin is one of the most important innovations of our time – it will transform the way we do business. 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 ... Dominic Frisby has written a new book titled Bitcoin: The Future of Money? Dominic writes clearly and concisely, with an engaging and inspiring style, so that even the non-technical and newcomers to bitcoin will understand. All in all, Bitcoin: The Future of Money? is a highly readable, understandable, informative, entertaining and fun introduction to both what Bitcoin actually IS and the game ... 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.
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