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Ethereum: The Complete Step by Step Guide to Blockchain Technology (The Comprehensive Guide to Funding in Ethereum & Blockchain Cryptocurrency) - cover

Ethereum: The Complete Step by Step Guide to Blockchain Technology (The Comprehensive Guide to Funding in Ethereum & Blockchain Cryptocurrency)

Danny Blackman

Publisher: Gary W. Turner

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Summary

This book is an exclusive read to get the proper understanding about Ethereum and how to make money using it. Ethereum goes beyond a cryptocurrency by providing a platform with all tools users need to create and run decentralized applications. Decentralized applications are those that can run without depending on a centralized authority.
Here Is A Preview Of What’s Included…

	What is ethereum?
	Smart contracts, dapps, and daos
	The technology behind ethereum
	What is ethereum mining?
	Uses of ethereum
	What is ether?
	The financial history of ether
	Much, much more!

Now that the world is going digital, everyone can feel its effects in all sectors of the economy, including the financial industry. People are searching for transactions that are convenient and seamless. With the birth of cryptocurrency, operations are now faster and more transparent. However, there are rapid developments taking place every day, and it is imperative to have a general understanding of how a cryptocurrency works.

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