David Gerard - Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum & Smart Contracts

by Volker Weber

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Das ist das Buch des Tages.

David Gerard covers the origins and history of Bitcoin to the present day, the other cryptocurrencies it spawned including Ethereum, the ICO craze and the 2017 crypto bubble, and the attempts to apply blockchains and smart contracts to business. Plus a case study on blockchains in the music industry.

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Ich erinnere mich noch gut daran, wie meine Eltern das Internet für eine gaaanz gefährliche Sache hielten. Von Spinnern gebaut, ein El Dorado für Hacker und Kriminelle ...

Wenn ein Autor heute noch in einem Buch über Bitcoin et al ernsthaft das Darknet thematisiert , kann man es m.E. getrost ignorieren.

Lucius Bobikiewicz, 2018-01-02

Bitcoin wird den Betrügern langsam zu teuer. Als Zahlungsmittel taugt es nicht mehr. https://krebsonsecurity.com/2017/12/skyrocketing-bitcoin-fees-hit-carders-in-wallet/

Volker Weber, 2018-01-02

Interestingly: Kindle edition is only available in the German store (that I can't order Kindle from). The US carries only the paperback. How quaint

Stephan Wissel, 2018-01-03

Quaint update: the paperback page didn't list the Kindle edition when searching for the book title. But navigating to the book via the Author page shows the Kindle edition.

Stephan Wissel, 2018-01-03

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