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Cryptocurrency: 3 Books in 1

The New Ultimate Blueprint to Making Money with Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies, and Understanding Blockchain Technology
Narrated by: Weston Gritt
Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
4 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)
Regular price: £18.29
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Summary

In this box set, you will find accurate, detailed information that will help you understand what blockchain and Bitcoin is, how it is currently being used, and how you can use it to accomplish your own needs, wants, goals, and ambitions. This bundle will start you on your path to making money and creating some freedom with cryptocurrencies.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn....

In Book 1:

Bitcoin: The Ultimate Bible - How to Make Money Online with Cryptocurrency Trading

  • How Bitcoin works
  • The crypto world: Does it work?
  • The Bitcoin craziness
  • Alt-coins

In Book 2:

Blockchain: The Complete Bible to Understanding Blockchain Technology, Bitcoin, and the Future of Money

  • What is blockchain?
  • Brief history
  • Blockchain and cryptocurrency
  • How we can use blockchain technology
  • The future of blockchain

In Book 3:

Bitcoin: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency

  • What is Bitcoin
  • The trading process
  • What is cryptocurrency
  • Bitcoin security
  • Bitcoin mining

And much, much more.... Hurry! Get your copy now!

©2017 T. J. Richmond (P)2017 T. J. Richmond

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worth every penny of the price!

I appreciate how the author not only outlined the benefits of investing in the cryptocurrency market, but also spent significant time and space providing details on the things to be careful of and warnings when getting started. Overall a great book and worth every penny of the price!

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Great content

Great overview that can be covered in a couple of hours. Perfect for the non-technical reader who wants to gain a broad understanding of the technology and potential applications

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excellent grab...

I wish this book existed α yeαr αgo when I wαs getting into crypto. It would hαve sαved me so much time. It is everything you need. Α brilliαnt Book.

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excellent grab...

In this box set, you will find accurate, detailed information that will help you understand what blockchain and Bitcoin is, how it is currently being used, and how you can use it to accomplish your own needs, wants, goals, and ambitions. This bundle will start you on your path to making money and creating some freedom with cryptocurrencies.

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Quite disappointing after seeing many good reviews

What would have made Cryptocurrency: 3 Books in 1 better?

A much better quality of narration and deeper, more varied content.

What could T. J. Richmond have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Much better narration with more intonation and feeling. More depth and variety in the material - all the books are high level overviews and don't really compliment each other, covering much of the same ground.

What didn’t you like about Weston Gritt’s performance?

There are many errors in the narration and it was often dull and uninspiring in tone.

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The review of different applications of blockchain technology was useful

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  • patrick
  • 12-01-18

Lots of good information

Each chapter is detailed and as the book goes on we come to understand the topic and how to utilize it. For anyone wanting to understand the subject of cryptocurrency and use for investing then get this book.

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  • riza
  • 11-01-18

Nice Blockchain book

Concept explained in simple words. Suitable for nontechnical readers. Technical readers with no background on blockchain must read this book before going into the technical resources available online.

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  • C. Timofte
  • 24-03-18

Amateurish

Save your money and read a few wiki pages, the information presented is very basic and repetitive

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  • Katharina B.
  • 22-02-18

Amateur book, not worth getting.

You are better off buying 1 good book than 3 bad ones. I did nat have the feeling that the author was an expert in these topics.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-02-18

repetitive and superficial

Would you try another book from T. J. Richmond and/or Weston Gritt?

no

Would you ever listen to anything by T. J. Richmond again?

no

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Weston Gritt?

dont know but someone who doesn't sound like a machine

Any additional comments?

the treatment of the subject was superficial and repetitive. and not balanced

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