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Bitcoin Books?

What are some of the best books explaining Bitcoin? There are literally thousands of books explaining the stock market. There are tons of blog articles about Bitcoin, but I get overwhelmed with articles and blogs.
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Squeeze it again against the 55EMA. I love you bitcoin, you'll always be number 1 in my book.

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The 20 Best Books on Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency in For Beginners, Enthusiasts and Developers

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Happy Cakeday, r/AudiobookReviews! Today you're 7

Let's look back at some memorable moments and interesting insights from last year.
Your top 7 posts:
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Review of "Bitcoin Billionaires" my new #1 book pick for BTC newbies

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10-21 14:06 - 'A Wild Bitcoin Book Emerges!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/jayberjay removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1478-1488min

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Introducing, Magic Internet Money: A Book About Bitcoin.
This timely tale from Canadian author Jesse Berger is packed with striking imagery and descriptions, highlighting how Bitcoin is upending everything we thought we knew about money, and drawing attention to issues plaguing our current monetary system.
Formatted as a collection of concise arguments, it cleverly navigates a variety of related topics such as banking, cryptography, economics, governance, technology, and more. At its core, it guides you on a surprising journey into a burgeoning domain in order to contemplate how money shapes the world around us.
No matter your level of interest or expertise, Magic Internet Money provides a fresh perspective for anyone wanting to peer through the Bitcoin looking glass.
Visit [link]1 for information and pick up your copy today on Amazon, Kobo, Apple, and more.
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A Wild Bitcoin Book Emerges!

Introducing, Magic Internet Money: A Book About Bitcoin.
This timely tale from Canadian author Jesse Berger is packed with striking imagery and descriptions, highlighting how Bitcoin is upending everything we thought we knew about money, and drawing attention to issues plaguing our current monetary system.
Formatted as a collection of concise arguments, it cleverly navigates a variety of related topics such as banking, cryptography, economics, governance, technology, and more. At its core, it guides you on a surprising journey into a burgeoning domain in order to contemplate how money shapes the world around us.
No matter your level of interest or expertise, Magic Internet Money provides a fresh perspective for anyone wanting to peer through the Bitcoin looking glass.
Visit www.magicbitcoinbook.com for information and pick up your copy today on Amazon, Kobo, Apple, and more.
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Bitcoin Rapid-Fire: BITCOINER BOOK CLUB #1 - The Sovereign Individual

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"Bitcoin Billionaires" Book Review - My New #1 Pick for Crypto Newbies

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"Bitcoin Billionaires" Book Review - My New #1 Pick for Crypto Newbies

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Bitcoin Rapid-Fire: BITCOINER BOOK CLUB #1 - The Sovereign Individual

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Cryptocurrency Books You Must Read

Cryptocurrency Books You Must Read
When you go out into Internet space to look for some information on the crypto world, you may end up being confused and baffled. Suddenly, everyone’s an expert and each has something to say about it. Without a basic knowledge of the technology, your lack of knowledge may backfire on you one day if you get into the clingy paws of ICO internet scammers, so before you invest, it is important to learn some of the basics and fundamentals.
by StealthEX
Here is a heap of cryptocurrency books we recommend you to read to nurture your crypto side of the brain:

Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper

In his shortlisted for the 2015 Financial Times and McKinsey business book of the year, Popper tells us the story of bitcoin since its early days. He tells the story through the eyes of famous and bright crypto influencers including South American and Asian millionaires, the Winklevoss twins and the legendary Satoshi Nakamoto. The author compares the digital currency to gold, claiming cryptocurrency to be the new global standard of storing the value.
Some readers say that Digital Gold book is a ready material for a thriller – unexpected plot twists, powerful influential organizations, drugs, blackmail make up the fascinating story to read and a really good starting point to understand what Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology is. The only downside that it only takes you up to 2015 but don’t worry, those were jam-packed years of growing.

The Internet of Money by Andreas Antonopoulos

Even though Andreas Antonopoulos is one of the world’s foremost bitcoin and blockchain experts, he has a unique talent to simply explain complicated materials herewith maintaining the significance of the topic. For readers who want to explore more theory, The Internet of Money book is actually a collection of talks given by technology-enthusiast Andreas Antonopoulos, where he surpasses all the technical “geeky” details. In each section he delivers complex discussions in average words, exploring the economic, political, social and philosophical sides of the technology that has forever affected our world.
By the way, the book was released in 3-volume series so you won’t miss out on any trivia.

The Little Bitcoin Book: Why Bitcoin Matters for Your Freedom, Finances, and Future by Alejandro Machado, Jimmy Song, Alena Vranova, Timi Ajiboye, Luis Buenaventura, Lily Liu, Alexander Lloyd, Alex Gladstein

Why does the price keep changing? Is Bitcoin worth investing my money into? How does it even have value? Why do people keep saying that it is the future of currency? The answers to all these questions you are going to find out in this book written by 8 experienced crypto experts. They finished it in just four days and they did well in accumulating their knowledge in a book format along with covering a lot of different questions and concerns around the digital currency. The book also explains how Bitcoin affects people’s freedom and opportunities. Also, there is a Q & A section with some of the most frequently asked questions about Bitcoin.

Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond by Chris Burniske & Jack Tatar

The book provides a useful framework on some popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc. and also explains why and how to invest and what would be the best thing to invest into. The authors make a major focus on investment strategies that really work, and teach you on fundamental notions like volume, liquidity and volatility of crypto coins. The authors use infographics, equations, historical data and statistics to teach you about crypto assets and markets.
This crypto book is as suitable for the beginners as for the advanced investors. It’s written in a straight forward style and will probably serve as a good reference for the future.

Mastering Bitcoin: Programming the Open Blockchain by Andreas M. Antonopoulos

Another Andreas Antonopoulos book but at this time an intermediate level. If you want a technical explanation, with code samples – get this book, Mastering Bitcoin is for people who already have a programming or computer science background. Well-delivered, useful and enlightening – the book takes you through the intricate world of bitcoin, providing the knowledge you need to participate in the internet of money. Whether you’re a software developer, startup investor, or simply curious about the technology, this edition is definitely worth your attention!

The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking by Saifedean Ammous

This is a book written by a world-class economist Saifedean Ammous, where he explains how money works, why some money works better than the others and how monetary systems evolved throughout history – from ancient times to our days.
Some people call it an eye-opening book, which would make you overthink the concept of money in general. Anyway, the book certainly is thought-provoking and it might induce you to dive deeper into the crypto world. The author doesn’t try to predict the future of money but to widen our horizon, to understand the problem of our economic system, and see the possibility of having a decentralized alternative to central banking.

The Book Of Satoshi: The Collected Writings of Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto by Phil Champagne

Have you ever wondered who stands behind the whole crypto industry? Who made it all possible? The fun thing is that nobody knows. All we know is the name – Satoshi Nakamoto. In his book, Champagne dives deeper into his mysterious personality and investigates who Nakamoto might be, whether it is one person or a group, and how it was possible for Nakamoto to create the game-changing Bitcoin while remaining completely anonymous. The book includes actual emails and internet posts by Nakamoto, presented in chronological order. Fine resource for anyone interested in Bitcoin, it gives insight into Satoshi’s thinking, and readers can look at Bitcoin from a whole new perspective!
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Original article was posted on https://stealthex.io/blog/2020/09/01/cryptocurrency-books-you-must-read/
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Question Regarding Signatures in Transactions.

Recently I've been reading the book Mastering Bitcoin, 2nd Edition by Andreas M. Antonopoulos and I have a questions regarding signatures that authenticate transactions.
So as I understand, signatures are appended with a SIGHASH flag. If this SIGHASH value is set as NONE (0x02), the receiver can choose the outputs in which the transaction will send bitcoin to.
But, if this is so, doesn't it mean that once this transaction is broadcasted, and before it is mined into a block, the miner (or anyone) can modify this transaction to be sent to an address that they own?
So essentially, setting SIGHASH to NONE and broadcasting the transaction is basically donating to the miner who is lucky enough to mine the next block? And so, setting SIGHASH to NONE is really a useless feature?
I hope I have understood correctly. Thank you all in advance.
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AMA with Jimmy Song - Learn everything you ever wanted to know about Bitcoin

AMA with Jimmy Song - Learn everything you ever wanted to know about Bitcoin
Tune in and ask Bitcoin educator and developer Jimmy Song a question during this live Q&A on Tuesday, March 3rd.

Jimmy Song AMA
Here are just some of the topic’s he’ll cover:
  • Why sound money is important in 2020
  • What’s wrong with keynesian economics
  • How he wrote a book about Bitcoin with a team using software sprint techniques to get it done in a few days
  • How Bitcoin works (technical questions welcome)
  • Bitcoin mining and debunking misconceptions about it
  • Why Bitcoin is superior to altcoins
  • Why hard forks are altcoins
You can ask Jimmy a question here: https://event.swanbitcoin.com/jimmysong/
Even if you can’t make it, sign up anyway. We’ll send you the recording.
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Excellent Intro Videos

Bitcoin is here to stay. You owe it to yourself, therefore, to learn the basic facts about it - the sooner you do, the better for you, in the long term.

Best intro videos:

The Trust Machine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKwqNgG-Sv4

Book: The Bitcoin Standard, by S. Ammous.

Mike Maloney: Hidden Secrets of Money, episode 1.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyV0OfU3-FU
The best investement that you can make in your lifetime is your own education. Education on:
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A question about something in Antonopoulos' book

In his great book Mastering Bitcoin Andreas talks about Bitcoin addresses and how they are obtained from public keys, scripts, etc. But there is one aspect of it that doesn't seem to make sense to me.
Let's use the public key (call it K) case, where we want to derive BTC address from K. The process starts on p. 64 (2nd edition) with evaluating some hash of K. That hash is then prefixed with a version number and postfixed with a checksum. The result is then Base58-encoded.
Here is the problem: Andreas writes on p. 68: "The version prefix in Base58Check encoding is used to create easily distinguishable formats, which when encoded in in Base58 contain specific characters at the beginning [...]"
The implication (and the accompanying Figure 4-6) strongly imply that merely by manipulating the prefix (the version number bytes) the Base58 encoding will result in certain designated leading characters, like "1" for a public-key-based address or "3" for a script-based-address.
But this cannot be right, the version prefix simply does not offer that kind od control. (See an example below.) So what is really happening? My guess is the prefix like "1", "3", "xpub", etc., is simply added at the end by fiat [pun intended]. Is this what's happening?
An example: let's just assume for simplicity that the hash of some public key (20 bytes) PLUS the checksum (4 bytes) is simply 100...0 (i.e., 2192). Now add the version prefix denoting a public key hash: 0x00 in hexadecimal.
Now encode it in Base58: the highest power of 58 in the above number is 32 (assuming I did my math correctly), so the resulting encoding has 33 Base58 digits. Its leading digit is 23 (decimal), i.e., the character 'Q' in Base58.
So the leading character is 'Q', not '1'.
Last but not least (I should have said it in the beginning) a leading '1' popping out of the Base58 encoding would be weird because the character '1' in Base58 stands for zero. So it wouldn't be there to start with (no leading zeros).
OK, back to the studio.
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The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism

I have been searching for some books on bitcoin, and somehow I stumbled upon this thing.

The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism by David Golumbia

Personally, I consider myself to be left leaning and find this ridiculous. What do you guys think?
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700,000 Hotels To Accept Bitcoin And 30 Other Crypto

700,000 Hotels To Accept Bitcoin And 30 Other Crypto
A Binance-supported blockchain-based hotel booking service Travala has announced its partnership with an American travel organizer agency Expedia. Now over 700,000 hotels from the company’s catalogue can be booked with Bitcoin.
Apart from Bitcoin, the new partnership will enable Expedia to accept 30 other cryptocurrencies as payment. The senior vice president of the company, Alfonso Paredes has emphasized that they believe it to be important to enable users to have the power of choice when it comes to payment options. Thanks to the new partnership, the number of hotels Travala offers has increased to over 2.7 million.
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Trump told Treasury Secretary go after Bitcoin, according to John Boltons new book (current BTC/USD price is $9,589.44)

Latest Bitcoin News:
Trump told Treasury Secretary go after Bitcoin, according to John Boltons new book
Other Related Bitcoin Topics:
Bitcoin Price | Bitcoin Mining | Blockchain
The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools.
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03-08 18:25 - 'Sounds like there must be a catch , like they remove fees but charge a larger spread. The bottom line is can you buy a whole Bitcoin for ~ $8,328 with this app ? The site is very vague and doesn't even show you an order book or...' by /u/bitusher removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-11min

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Sounds like there must be a catch , like they remove fees but charge a larger spread. The bottom line is can you buy a whole Bitcoin for ~ $8,328 with this app ? The site is very vague and doesn't even show you an order book or the prices
I understand that Voyager reserves the right to pass on any fees charged by any Cryptocurrency exchanges, market-makers, liquidity providers, or other types of Cryptocurrency counterparties (each such counterparty, a “Counterparty”), including in connection with the withdrawal of Cryptocurrencies to an external wallet or any fees related to any enhanced due diligence related to my Voyager Account. I further acknowledge and understand that Voyager may receive compensation from certain Counterparties with respect to Cryptocurrency transactions that are executed through my Voyager Account.
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Where can you actually SPEND dogecoins? [Please Add on]

When trying to explain dogecoin to people for the first time, the #1 question I get is "Yeah but, can you actually use it to buy things?"
One of the major things that will take Dogecoin to the moon will be people actually using the Ð. For a currency to gain legitimacy, it's got to be spendable. The good news is, there are sites popping up that take the Ð! Some sites also list other sites that take the Ð and serve as directories. Considering how great this community is and how quickly we are growing, the number of transactions and using Ð as real money could really make the difference!

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CoinOK - Various Dogecoin Articles cocomfy - Various Dogecoin Articles DogeWow - Dogecoin Shirts KawaiiCrypto - Dogecoin/Crypto Stickers Shibe Mint - Physical Dogecoins

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BedlamThreadz - Shirts, Caps and Accessories BitDials - Luxury Watches, Jewelry, Bags etc. ClockworkCrypto - Crypto Clothes and merch CrownLifestyle - Beach Articles, Bikinis, Swimsuits, Towels etc. CryptoBantam - Crypto Clothes Cryptoish - Crypto Shirts CryptoShopper - Crypto Clothes and merch CryptoVerge - Bitcoin Shirts CypherMarket - Crypto Shirts, Bags and Mugs Eat Me Clothing - Huge Clothing Sortiment Encrypted Apparel - Crypto Clothes Frank & Beans - Underwear HippTee - Crypto Shirts KALEIDOO - Vintage Clothing Kryptoez - Socks Krypto Threadz - Crypto Clothes MyCoconutHeart - Women Clothes MyCryptoGear - Crypto Clothes ParkAndFinch - Glasses Print-Ted - Crypto merchandise collection and Design your own shirt Sakama - Leather Jackets & handknotted rugs The DOTA scene - DOTA Merchandise WhaleApparel - Crypto Clothes

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Animal Neotropical - D5ivRQwT4TU8CEjNBhorpMKSe8bVkMYURQ archive.org - via changelly DogecoinSocksForTheHomeless - 9vnaTWu71XWimFCW3hctSxryQgYg7rRZ7y Doge4FAH - DUCKvJPNT16USvJmWWEwchZpRVHZwm4zRW Immunity Project - DMx7wPZ5ppZDEDWr1XSrpMdMRbGH7LXs97 Kamikaze Comics - DC8Tuid8X3Qwnpo5cvBum19w2LRWXfepqr Onwadan Foundation - via coinpayments.net Tor Project - DGvn1HLeMaCZEZZYUeBWBhUCJiS2hjzbGd

~ ~ ~ Food ~ ~ ~

35North - Extra Virgin Olive Oil Blockchain Coffee - Coffee DrApis - Raw Portuguese Bee Honey HODL Fuel - Coffee and Merch PexPeppers - Hot Sauces SaffronStore - Saffron

~ ~ ~ Gaming ~ ~ ~

8BitDo - French Retro Products Allgamer - Game Servers CJS CD Keys - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys Gamesonly.at - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys Keys4Coins - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys MMOGA - Steam/Origin/Uplay Games/Keys SimRai - Game Servers

~ ~ ~ Gift Cards ~ ~ ~

Bidali - Various Gift Cards Bitrefill - 750+ Gift Cards CoinCards - Huge Selection of Gift Cards GiftOff - Gift Cards

~ ~ ~ Smoking ~ ~ ~

101Vape - Vape Products Frontier Vapor - Vape Accessories RX Vape - Vape Products Vape Crypto - Vape Products VapePENstore - Vape Products Vaposhop - Vape Products Vapour Depot - Vape Products

~ ~ ~ Tech Stores ~ ~ ~

ArgoMall - Philippine Online Tech Store, Smartphones, TVs, Laptops, etc. DS Tec - Spanish Online Tech Store Ecosystems - Huge selection of Tech Articles FastTech - Wide Variety of Tech Articles

~ ~ ~ Traveling ~ ~ ~

Bitcoin.travel - Flight and Hotel Booking Greitai - Lithuanian Travel Site with Flight and Hotel Booking MoreStamps - Flight and Hotel Booking Travala - Hotel Booking Trippki - Hotel Booking

~ ~ ~ VPN/Proxy ~ ~ ~

AzireVPN - VPN BlackVPN - VPN CactusVPN - VPN DeepWebVPN - VPN HideMy.name - VPN PureVPN - VPN SaferVPN - VPN Surfshark - VPN TorGuard - VPN

~ ~ ~ Web Hosting ~ ~ ~

97cents - Web Hosting AbacoHosting - Web Hosting CoinHost - Web Hosting CryptoCloudHosting - Web Hosting Flokinet - Web Hosting HosterBox - Web Hosting Host Havoc - Web Hosting & Game Servers Hosting.co.uk - Web Hosting Hostinger - Web Hosting Hostsailor - Web Hosting Hostwinds - Web Hosting Motov - Web Hosting Privex - Private Cloud Hosting Snel - VPS THCservers - Web Hosting QHoster - Web Hosting

~ ~ ~ Misc ~ ~ ~

247bits - Crypto Cold Storage Cards AlmightyBoost - All Natural Male Testosterone Booster BitCars - Luxury Cars and Oldtimers BitStickers - Cryptocurrency Stickers BitStore - General Store with option to pay literally everything you want online with Dogecoin BlockchainAdventures - "Toshi to the moon" book and merch BP Fragrance - Dutch perfumes shop Bullion79 - Gold Coins, Gold Bars, etc. CleanItSupply - Cleaning Supplies Coinvibe - Crypto Merch CryptoArt - Crypto Art CryptoContactLenses - Contact Lenses CryptoLife - Crypto Merch CryptoMined - Crypto Mining Equipment Crypto Posters - Crypto Posters, shirts, hats, phone cases CryptoUniverse - Crypto Mining Equipment GPS Tracking Made Easy - Easy & Simple GPS Tracker Kits Jobgate - Job Market payed with Dogecoins Lue's House of International Decor - Decor Articles Lynx Art Collection - Art MobiSun - Solar Panels, Power Banks, Solar Generators Molecule Store - Various Articles about molecules Olympian Bitcoin - Crypto Merch Peername - Blockchain-Based Domain Names Pi-Supply - Raspberry Pi and accessories ShopOfThings - Electronic Tech Parts SugarTrends - Huge local stores online marketplace ThaiBaM - Coffee, Tea, Oils, Balms etc. TormentBox - Various prank articles like glitter letters etc. WikiLeaks Shop - Official Shirts, Mugs, Stickers, Posters, etc.
Disclaimer:

All links are provided with the best of my knowledge.Please make sure to check the shops listed here yourself again, before spending your Dogecoins there.In no way should the admin of this website be responsible for any fraudulently activities from any listed shop.

Thanks to Dimi for the links
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Until BCVault Arrives

I have been researching bitcoin purchasing for the past few weeks after thinking that I want to own some for a couple of years. I'm reading Saifedean Ammous' book, The Bitcoin Standard, and I have been watching some YT videos. I especially like Crypto Casey.
In any case, I decided that BCVault was the way to go for long term storage and I bought one a few days ago. It now looks as though there may be a delay in shipment, but I really don't want to delay my initial purchase much longer.
What's the safest "interim" storage choice? TIA.
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