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Blockchain: The New Internet?

How You Can Benefit from Blockchain Technology Beyond Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, and Ethereum
Narrated by: J. Michaels
Length: 54 mins
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Summary

Learn everything you need to know about blockchain in this audiobook!

Blockchain technology could be the greatest innovation since the Internet.

What exactly is blockchain?

Blockchain is a simple but ingenious new protocol that allows peer-to-peer Internet transactions that are both secure and anonymous. Many governments and companies are already looking at how to put blockchain technology in place in a wide range of areas. This new protocol could impact every individual on the planet within the next few years.

Why is this important?

Blockchain provides a new secure tool for the transfer "value" utilizing the Internet. This is powerful, especially if you’re a craftsman who wants to make a living from your art, or you’re a businessman looking for a better platform on which to build future business. Knowing how this new technology works can give you a real competitive edge in the future. Many of the world’s leading financial institutions are already testing this technology for faster, more secure transactions. These institutions include Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Credit Suisse.

The best new is that this technology is public. It is virtually tamper-proof. And, it is available to anyone ready to take advantage of it. This is the same technology that is the driving force behind Bitcoin and other digital currencies, but the potential goes way beyond this.

Phillip Rawson’s audiobook, Blockchain: The new Internet? How You Can Benefit from Blockchain Technology Beyond Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, and Ethereum, is the ultimate guide to understanding how you can put this new technology to work for you. If you are planning on starting and running a business in the future, this is an audiobook you need to have.

©2017 Phillip Rawson (P)2018 Phillip Rawson

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-04-18

definitely an eye opener

this is a great book that helps you inversing understand the digital trend of what's to come in the future. I'm a new to the crypto world and have learned a lot from this book already

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  • Lisa
  • 02-09-19

disappointing

No depth whatsoever. More for my grandma than a startup trying to learn about it's potential.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-07-19

beginners guide


This is a perfect introduction to Blockchain, short but not missing the key information. It isn't overly technical but can cue you in on the larger portions of the technology.

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  • farrier
  • 12-07-19

great intro

I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know about the subject, as blockchains are going to be in just about everything in the very near future.

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  • smith
  • 12-07-19

comprehensive guide

The high-level overview was just what I was looking for. While a web search of the topic would have eventually yielded the same information, this book was better organized and more comprehensive.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-07-19

successful guide


I was able to successfully use this book as a springboard to a more in depth study of blockchain. It gave me the foundation to comfortably dig in to the more technical aspect of this new technology.

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  • raihan
  • 12-07-19

fanatstic


A fantastic summary of blockchain. I read a lot of independently published books and found this one to be one of the best in terms of readability and flow

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  • PeterH
  • 31-03-18

Disappointed ...

Disappointed. This book is sparse on detail.
I’m still left wondering what blockchain is; how it works; why it’s supposed to be so good; and “where” I can find a solid introduction to blockchain - because this isn’t it.

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  • LA
  • 27-03-18

i dig this

Nope, this isn’t a crap unlike the previous ebook I got. I get to learn more of this incorruptible digital ledger and how safe transactions are conducted. And access the different forms of blockchain technology that are in the market now like bitcoins, ethereums, litecoins, and much more. I’m now contemplating which online business I’ll be investing.

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  • endures jacob
  • 27-03-18

Deep analysis!!!

This is a very helpful survey of blockchain technology. The writer has a skill for describing challenging concepts. On the off possibility that you are not versed in these cash stuff, you should learn this.