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Publisher's Summary

Blockchain is revolutionizing the Internet. Since its creation in late 2009, Blockchain has been changing the way we do things. Most notably, it has spurred what was termed as an "Internet gold rush," with more than a thousand cryptocurrencies being traded daily now. 

However, Blockchain is more than just cryptocurrency. Blockchain in Business explores how Blockchain is being used in other sectors, from manufacturing, to security, to healthcare. 

No complex jargon, mathematics, or codes: Blockchain in Business explains the concepts of Blockchain in simple-to-understand language aimed at the common man. After all, a fundamental shift can only happen when everyone embraces this new technology. You will learn:  

  • How the blockchain works 
  • The mining process of blockchains 
  • The application of blockchains 
  • Challenges of implementing Blockchain 
  • How Blockchain can be used in business 
  • Real world examples of Blockchain being used  

Blockchain in Business helps you to have a better understanding of what Blockchain is and the opportunities for those willing to pioneer in this new field. Get a copy now, and open your mind to the possibilities of Blockchain technology!

©2018 Wei Wen Chee (P)2018 Wei Wen Chee

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Basic stuff and just touches the surface

Doesn’t go to any depth. For example, talks about medical records being a possible use case, but doesn’t get into much detail on tech behind it. I was looking for something different and more in depth.

If you are looking for a basic description you may benefit from this book.