Financial Technology – Two Manuscripts: Bitcoin & Blockchain

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Bitcoin Trading: A Complete Beginner’s Guide

What are the tricks and secrets to being a great bitcoin trader? The answers to this all-important question are not farfetched. The book Bitcoin Trading: A Beginner’s Guide offers rare insights into this vital subject matter relating to financial independence. This exception audiobook presents a worthwhile exploration into the intricate but profitable world of bitcoin trading through an explicit analysis of the nitty-gritty as well as expounding on its modus operandi to better educate traders and investors alike on the best possible ways to minimize their risks while, at the same time, rewards are being maximized.

Bitcoin emerged in 2009 as the creation of a person under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. It became the world’s first fully operational, decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency system. Being decentralized intrinsically means being self-organizing, a phenomenon in which local individuals achieve global goals without central planning or influence. Although decentralized systems can be found in nature, the concept is not easy to grasp in its monetary context, as we are so used to the voice of central governments and financial institutions orchestrating our economic lives.

Blockchain: A Complete Beginner’s Guide

Bitcoins as a game changer have virtually set people’s imagination into flight. Bitcoins are based on the blockchain technology. Increased exploration of the further uses of blockchain technologies have showed that there is immense promise in blockchain technologies. No wonder, blockchain contracts are now beginning to be viewed with increased seriousness. Blockchain contracts are contracts that are entered into using the blockchain technology. Unlike the actual world contract, blockchain contracts are different inasmuch as they are executed using the code embedded in the blockchain.


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