Best Books on Cryptocurrency

Did you ever feel that you can’t learn everything about crypto through YouTube videos or podcasts alone? If yes, then we can confidently say that you’re more interested in knowing how exactly crypto works rather than feeding on the hype. To take a better look at the technical side of things, we are suggesting the following 5 books that are a must to read.

1. Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction In 25 Steps By Daniel Drescher

Daniel Drescher simplifies blockchain technology in 25 steps, emphasizing its significance in electronic security trading and its potential impact on the financial system. He avoids technical jargon, focusing on explaining blockchain’s technical aspects and their application in business contexts.

2. The Basics Of Bitcoins And Blockchains By Antony Lewis

Lewis’ crypto book earns an honorary mention from Rosencrance and Wallet for its accessible introduction to crypto, delving into the value of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies while tracing the history of money and banking systems. The book elucidates blockchain basics, smart contracts, and considerations for cryptocurrency investments, providing insights into investment risks and regulatory considerations.

3. Mastering Bitcoin: Programming The Open Blockchain, 2nd Edition By Andreas M. Antonopoulos

Andreas Antonopoulos’ “Mastering Bitcoin” is still getting a lot of attention as a comprehensive guide for both novice users and technical professionals. Antonopoulos elucidates Bitcoin’s decentralized network, transaction lifecycle, security principles, and technical concepts like keys, addresses, and wallets, making it accessible to a wide audience.

4. The Truth Machine: The Blockchain And The Future Of Everything By Michael J. Casey And Paul Vigna

“The Truth Machine” by Michael Casey and Paul Vigna explores blockchain’s potential to empower individuals by restoring control over their data, assets, and identities. The authors highlight blockchain’s promise to revolutionize various sectors, offering solutions to challenges posed by legacy systems and centralized institutions.

5. Bitcoin Billionaires By Ben Mezrich

“Bitcoin Billionaires” documents the journey of the Winklevoss Twins in the crypto world, from their legal battle with Mark Zuckerberg to their rise as Bitcoin billionaires. Wallet recommends the book as an entertaining read that sheds light on the early days of cryptocurrency and the Winklevoss twins’ pivotal role in shaping the history of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.

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