“Blockchain unwrapped for Non techies”: A book to understand the blockchain industry
In December 2017, Bitcoin reached its peak at around $20,000. Everyone, from a teenager to Fortune 500 CEO, in the world took notice. But with Bitcoin sudden increase in popularity, the technology behind Bitcoin, Blockchain, gained popularity as well.
Many tech pundits, technology CEOs all think blockchain is the next big revolution ( some even calling it bigger than Bitcoin ) – right there with PC revolution, Internet revolution, and the smartphone revolution. With a formation of a new industry, comes opportunities as well. And with the same opportunity, new people come rushing in to understand the industry.
“The book is aimed towards people interested in blockchain, but aren’t from the technology background”
“Blockchain: Unwrapped for Non-Techies” as the name suggests is a book aimed at the people from a non-technical background who want to understand the blockchain technology and its impact on the industry. A relatively small read (can be finished over a big mug of coffee), the book does a fine job explaining what blockchain is and how it will impact industries.
The book touches on important concepts such as distributed computing, POW, POS, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, trading and even career opportunities in the new industry. The book is aimed primarily for people from a non-technical background, so techies might find some of the concepts too simple.
Overall, the book is a good read to get an overview of the new upcoming Blockchain industry. And if you are a cryptocurrency investor/trader, reading this book will clear many concepts around the blockchain industry. You can get the book on Amazon.
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