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Age of Cryptocurrency

Paul Vigna

I think everyone should start with this book. A great walk through the history of  eCurrencies & . It's attempts at success, it's failures and how the idiosyncratic Satoshi Nakamoto shocked the cyberpunk world with Bitcoin. It  discusses the cryptos that followed, including Ripple, Stellar Lumens. 

The Bitcoin Standard

Saifdean Ammous

Read this book for information only. Don't let the author sway your own decisions – as with any book of course.  It's a great start to get a feel of "why" blockchain in general  can make an impact on this world. 

The Internet of Money:  Volume 1

Andreas Antonopoulos

Andreas M. Antonopoulos gets it.  That's what I love about this guy.  I can't put it any other way that sums it up: He gets it.  And he'll make sure that you get it too. It's not about the price, and it's not so much about the underlying technology either.  ​This is an invention that cannot be uninvented.  Read this book.

The Internet of Money: Volume 2

Andreas Antonopoulos

An extension to his previous book. I recommend the audio book because this is pretty much a compilation of all his stage-talks in a more digestable format. Volume Two contains 11 of his most inspiring and thought-provoking talks , including: Introduction to Bitcoin; Blockchain vs Bullshit; and many more.


Chris Burniske & Jack Tatar 

Again - read this one for information and educative purposes. A quick and  easy read  to have a better understanding of our digital future.


Artemis Caro

The goal of this book is not to plumb the depths of the mathematical wizardry used to code blockchain-based applications, but rather to examine how blockchains are used in the real world. 

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