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Blockchain is a revolutionary computer programming technology that was first proposed in 2008 with Satoshi Nakamoto’s white paper on bitcoin. However, its roots go far deeper, as Nakamoto’s white paper actually built on advances and ideas in cryptography and cybersecurity that date all the way back to the early 1990s. Today, blockchain is turning into an Internet phenomenon that is changing how we think of cybersecurity and how data can be safely managed and maintained. Whether you are interested in what the blockchain is, how it works, or how to make money with the blockchain, all the answers you are looking for can be found in this guide.
The topics covered in book 1 include:
What blockchain technology is
- Brief history of blockchain
- The concept behind the distributed ledger
- Smart contracts
- 51 percent attack
- Uses of the blockchain technology
- Other types of blockchain
- Impact of blockchain technology
- Big data, privacy, and personal data
- Limitations and challenges
- Advantages and disadvantages of using blockchain
- Ways to earn a profit
- The future of blockchain
The topics covered in book 2 include:
- The client-server model
- How the blockchain provides answers to problems created by an aging client-server model
- The functioning of the blockchain, meaning of the different terms
- Legal, environmental, scalability and consensus issues + solutions
- How to generate money as a minor, step-by-step
- Other ways you can make money
The topics covered in book 3 include:
- Information on the different types of blockchains, their uses, and some of the controversy surrounding them
- Learning how to build your own blockchain
- The innovative ways that major companies like Microsoft, Deloitte, and Tesla are using blockchain to create new products, enhance security, and better meet their clients’ needs.
- How some governments, notably Japan and Russia, are using blockchain to provide higher levels of transparency and improved government practices