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Free Download Cryptonomics: A Modern Investors Handbook for Cryptocurrency Markets and Blochchain Literacy

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Cryptonomics: A Modern Investors Handbook for Cryptocurrency Markets and Blochchain Literacy
English | January 12, 2019 | ASIN: B07MMHFM2S | 141 pages | AZW3 | 2.85 MB

The modern investors definitive guide to cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies.

Are you struggling to understand the cryptocurrency markets and technology that fuels them?
Are you confused about how they came to be and what you can do to capitalize on them?

The cryptocurrency marketplace has experienced a turbulent path to ubiquity, forcing it onto the radar of investors, companies, and governments across the globe. Today, a marketplace once littered with questionable offerings and mania-induced hype is developing before our eyes to become suitable for mainstream adoption.

But many are still left wondering, “What does cryptocurrency look like after the boom”?

This approachable and comprehensive handbook will provide a primer for mastering this complicated marketplace in 2019 (and beyond).

This book includes:

A non-technical introduction to how the blockchain works
A step-by-step guide for navigating exchanges, wallets, ICOs and more
Tips + checklists for researching cryptocurrencies
A taxonomy of the current cryptocurrency ecosystem
Informative analysis of promising blockchain applications and the industries they’re disrupting

Cryptonomics demystifies cryptocurrency markets and the underlying technology to deliver a no-nonsense primer that readers can understand and implement. This informational guide gives you the tools you need to invest sensibly and understand the technology poised to play an integral role in the new Digital Economy.
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