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Master Innovation: 9 Books To Read To Learn About Blockchain Technology

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Since 2013 the public and commercial interest in Blockchain and Blockchain technology has risen 1,900%. It’s considered the hottest developing technology. Blockchain technology is on the edge of transforming how we all interact in the digital world.

If you want to develop your technical skills or simply find out more about blockchain technology, then reading one (or more), of the below books is sure to give you a competitive edge.

#1 The Business Blockchain

This book is great if you want to learn more about the hype surrounding blockchain technology and what innovators believe the future has in store. He discusses the successes and challenges with blockchain technology.

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Contributor: Cory Sarrett from pelicoin.com

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#2 The Age of Cryptocurrency

This is a good read for people who are not in tech. It will introduce you to terminologies and give you a basic history.

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Contributor: Stephen Floyd from BitOlympus.com

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#3 Ethereum: Complete Guide to Understanding Ethereum

This is a great book for a novice who is interested in learning about Ethereum and smart contracts.

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Contributor: Stephen Floyd from BitOlympus.com

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#4 Blockchain Security Handbook

Written by leading security experts in the blockchain field, this book talks about real-world cases on consensus, incentives, network layer, etc. It gives practical advice on how to secure every layer of a blockchain based project.

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Contributor: Will Li from apollox.network/index.html

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#5 Blockchain Revolution

This book is one of the most comprehensive narratives for understanding what Blockchain is. As someone fairly new to technology, this text clarified the terminology and the basis of Blockchain, it's functionality, and how it will impact the business world. This is an excellent book for beginners who want to learn more about this revolutionary technology.

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#6 The Science of the Blockchain

If you want to learn about basic techniques and how to implement blockchain technology, this book outlines in detail some of the systems.

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#7 Mastering Bitcoin: Programming the Open Blockchain

This book uses examples and explanations of the blockchain technology that could help you begin implementing blockchain technology yourself.

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#8 Algorithmic Game Theory

A good read for researchers in economics or computer science. It's a must-read for people who are building the next consensus algorithm or token economics.

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Contributor: Will Li from apollox.network/index.html

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#9 Denationalisation of Money

Written by Friedrich Hayek, one of the greatest 20 century economist, this book discusses the idea of the government permitting entrepreneurs to create digital currencies and mint commodity money. This book illustrates the thoughts behind Bitcoin.

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Contributor: Will Li from apollox.network/index.html

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