Antonopoulos The open blockchain expert

Song is aiming to craft a process book on bitcoin, how to think about bitcoin. Song was the appropriate choice for the project. While many books explain how, bitcoin works, The Internet of Money delves into why, bitcoin works (so well) and why, bitcoin is so important.

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As a bitcoin entrepreneur, Andreas has founded a number of bitcoin businesses and launched several community open-source projects. Song is a program host, an advisor to decred, an altcoin project, and was formerly Armorys VP of Engineering. Hes passionate about creating more developers, making the ecosystem stronger as a result, and more anti-fragile. He is a teaching fellow with the University of Nicosia, serves on the Oversight Committee for the Bitcoin Reference Rate at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and has appeared as an expert witness in hearings around the world, including the Australian Senate Banking Committee and the. The title sums it up accurately: Mastering Bitcoin encompasses pretty much all there is to know about Bitcoin in a single volume.

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Mastering Bitcoin (Open Edition based on the First Edition, has been translated by volunteers into more than a dozen languages. Written by: Lukas Schor of The Argon Group.

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Lets Talk Bitcoin, a syndicated talk show focused on Bitcoin and crypto-currencies. Andreas Antonopolous, programming Bitcoin will start at basics such as finite fields and elliptic curves, working toward SPV and segwit transactions. A collection of talks about why bitcoin matters, for everyone, a technical guide for developers, about how Ethereum works and how to write smart contracts and dApps). Antonopoulos is a solid introduction to the phenomenon of Bitcoin and other decentralized digital currencies.

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Song is thought of as a less polarizing voice. Andreas honed his speaking skills in front of audiences ranging in size from five executives in a boardroom to thousands of people in large conferences. Github is active, and contributors are helping it along. Response is strong, especially for a technical book. Andreas makes complex subjects accessible and easy to understand.