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Investing in Ethereum: The Ultimate Guide to Learning--and Profiting from--Cryptocurrencies Paperback – July 14, 2016
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We live in a fast moving, highly innovative economic climate today. Financial technology--and its arsenal of digital tools--is turning established business models on their heads. Financial institutions around the world are scrambling to learn and adapt as quickly as possible. Many are fearful, worried, and pessimistic. But me? I've never been more hopeful of an emerging market in my life. Like Warren Buffet says, "be greedy when others are fearful". The truth is, block chains, smart contracts, Ethereum, and the host of other FinTech tools and platforms out there are disrupting the business world and bringing more possibilites than ever before. Not since the early days of the internet have I seen potential like this. Today, I've dedicated my life to understanding every facet of FinTech, and bringing my readers the latest, most accurate information possible. We're a bit of trailblazers in the this uncharted world of FinTech--but still my goal is to give you the proper map, advice, and tools to navigate it. In my view, Financial Tech holds endless opportunities for the informed action-taker. So I encourage you to gather as much information possible, read these books, and seize your piece of the FinTech pie.
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The advice provided throughout is trite to the point of comical. This line actually appears: "You can also go to your local library and find books [about Blockchain] as well". Really? I mean, really?
Unusable, patchy high-level commentary in one sentence; then some cut and paste coding keyword in the next.
The instructions on how to develop a Smart Contract are particularly humorous. Step 1:Think about what you want. Step 2: Download software. Step 3: Code up the Smart Contract Step 4: Let the [Ethereum core] program tell you where your contract is not correct. Step 5. .. and done!
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