Blockchain technology can be overwhelming, especially if everyone around you understands the concept except you.
It is a rapidly evolving technology with so much potential and learning about it will be helpful no matter your career path.
There are various reasons you should start reading blockchain books today, apart from the fact that it will help you understand the rave about the shiny technology everyone cannot stop talking about.
You also learn about the history of blockchain, potential use cases, and impacts. Also, reading blockchain books will offer you critical analysis and evaluation of blockchain you wouldn’t get from a blog post.
This blockchain book was written by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott in 2016, this book looks at how the technology behind Bitcoin is changing money, business and the world.
As they explore in-depth the current state of blockchain and the way it would revolutionize various industries.
The Business Blockchain
Exploring the promise, practice, and application of the next internet technology, this blockchain book was written by William Mougayar in 2016.
It gives a practical guide on how to use blockchain for business and the various benefits it offers when used for business in either transforming business processes of forging new ones.
Exploring the innovative investor’s guide to bitcoin and beyond, this blockchain book was written in 2017 by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar.
This book provides insights into the intricacies of blockchain and guides on how to make crypto investments.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies
This book was written by Arvind Narayanan, Joseph Bonneau, Edward Felten, Andrew Miller, and Steven Goldfeder in 2016.
It is a technical book on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Starting from the basics, the book goes on to talk about the various ways blockchain can be implemented, the challenges, and possible future outcomes.
Blockchain; The Next Everything
This blockchain book was written by Stephen P. Williams in 2019 and like the name it covers various aspects of blockchain technology.
The smart contracts, decentralized marketplaces and platforms, identity verification, and how these play a role in the social and economic industries.