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Bitcoin for Beginners

Evergreenpress Hub

Publisher: Evergreenpress Hub

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Summary

Bitcoin is without a doubt the most important invention since the Internet. 
 
In fact, it may even be bigger than the Internet. It is such a profound paradigm shift in the technology of money that even experts on the topic are still trying to wrap their heads around it. Pandora's box has been opened and there is no going back. Bitcoin will forever transform society and its implications are beyond what we can even currently imagine.  
 
Bitcoin can be hard to grasp at first – and if someone has tried to explain it to you and you feel like you still don't get it, don't worry. This book will take you by the hand and explain to you in the simplest terms, using analogies, metaphors and illustrations what the essence of Bitcoin is and why you must pay attention to the revolution that is about to take place. 
In Bitcoin for Beginners you will find out:How the Bitcoin Technology worksThe difference between Bitcoin and BlockchainHow mining worksHow to make money with BitcoinThe top myths about BitcoinHow Bitcoin will take over the worldHow to buy and sell BitcoinWhat forks areAnd much more! 
DON'T HESITATE. TO START ON A JOURNEY THAT COULD DEEPLY TRANSFORM HOW YOU RELATE TO THE CONCEPT OF MONEY, SCROLL UP AND CLICK THE "BUY" BUTTON NOW!

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