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Blockchain Innovative and Modern Financial Framework That Will Revolutionize the Next Digital Economy with Blockchain Technology
- By: Isaac D. Cody
- Narrated by: Kevin Theis
- Length: 1 hr and 23 mins
Just as the steam engine and the railroads were the cog of the Industrial Revolution, blockchain is the cog in the next Internet revolution and that time is now! Be part of the next advancement of technology that's not mainstream yet. The blockchain revolution is here! Learn everything you need to know about blockchain and how you can get involve in the next digital ecosystem.
Thankful I took this book!
- By Tasha on 06-14-17
Great introduction and overview
I would recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about blockchains. fine explanations and there is also a lot of food for thought about the future of the technology.
Still, there are a couple of problems. For example, no mention of some of the major blockchains included Ethereum, Ripple and Factom? Baffling!
Another issue I noticed was that in Chapter 7 (Legality Issues) the text in the second point - which addresses multiple signatures - differs from the Kindle version. Does blockchain support escrow signors or not? Okay, could be a problem in the Kindle edition and not this version.
I still have to give this 5 stars because it's such a difficult topic to cover in such a short book. Plus, it makes the subject interesting enough to encourage readers to explore blockchains further. As such, it's a great springboard.
- By: Jonathan Kellerman, Faye Kellerman
- Narrated by: John Rubenstein, Lou Diamond Phillips
- Length: 6 hrs and 17 mins
Faye and Jonathan Kellerman. Wife and husband. Each a best-selling author on her and his own. Now these masters of the crime novel are writing together for the first time, thrilling us with two riveting tales of murder and suspense.
OK, I guess
- By Daniel on 10-11-04
Two are not always better than one
If you are interested in how a detective lives, thinks and works a murder then you should enjoy this book. The detectives are interesting and the character development is at least decent.
However, if you are interested in taking part in solving the crime, or at least seeing the gradual unfolding of the mystery, then you will probably be disappointed when you finish each of these short novels. It only makes sense that something had to give, since each of the two books included in this title are only about three hours long.
I rated this as a 3 - although 3.5 is probably more accurate - because I liked what I read but finished the book feeling unfulfilled. Give me ONE full-length Kellerman novel any day of the week!
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