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Data Revolution: Big Data, Cryptocurrency

Narrated by: Alex Lancer
Length: 3 hrs and 10 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Do you wish you could take part in the Data Revolution happing right now? Or do you see everyone else making money with cryptocurrency? Are you tempted to start learning finally see what the hype is all about? Do you feel ignorant, unclear what cryptocurrency is, and why it can change your life? 

Are you terrified of ending up old having wasted years not taking part in the data revolution right from the start? 

If you stay ignorant of the revolution, you will be passed by. 

Is this positive for you? 

Data Revolution: Big Data, Cryptocurrency gets you up to speed fast, including an exploration of the history and future of cryptocurrency. This is a book of knowledge and doesn't just tell you to try harder. Life rewards those who take matters into their own hands, and this book is where to start. 

Data Revolution is full of real-life examples of how big data impacts people just like you. These examples are backed up countless data expert studies, all which will arm you with knowledge primed for success with using Big Data immediately. 

  • Easy-to-implement small changes and practical takeaways for immediate action 
  • What happens if you ignore cryptocurrency? 
  • Learn the history of cryptocurrency 
  • Why should you care about becoming an expert in cryptocurrency? 
  • What could you achieve with tips in the right direction 
  • The consequences of ignoring cryptocurrency in your business 
  • How will you learn to compete in this data-driven age? 
  • Identify the keys to mastering big data 
  • Which tools are used to win at this game 
  • Tricks for getting your feet on the ground today 
  • How to develop the competency you are lacking
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Absolute working knowledge.

This is a decent book that will provide you a good working knowledge of Big Data. It also climaxes how the evolving skills are allowing us to use data in ways we've never absorbed on before.
If you want to get an upright summary of what big data is and the promise it holds, then this is a good book for you. If you are looking to get deep into the tidies of the technologies supporting big data, this is not the right book for you.

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Read it it to understand concepts of Big Data.

Excessive synopsis of Big Data. Value reading, unquestionably. Presents perceptions, real life examples of usage with “pros and cons” including associating risks. This book also displays possible states for setting Big Data in people's lives.

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Clear Business Cases and Excellent descriptions

Exceptional book that provides some excessive examples and facts for Big Data. It shies away from technical executions, and in its place focuses on the details to pay attention to Big Data as a trend and how it can help a business or organization succeed. If you're looking for compact advices for why people should implement Big Data techniques in your organization, this is the book for you.

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Well written.........

There will be plenty of winners who develop ways to use data and correlations to make things better and the trend is becoming commonplace. The trick is really how to invent novel uses for the data and learn unique things that may be apparent but not obvious. Worth reading if only to understand that for all the "Big Data" talk and pomposity in the media, it is really a convincing technique to analyze all the information at hand and learn what the data say with few preconceived notions. I really liked how it was summarized with the simple but meaningful.

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Recomend from me.

Welcome to the technological world we're racing into. As a culture, we've been trying to collect data for decades, if not longer, but now figuring out how to use so much of it to our advantage...and come to a point where we can collect much more of it and save it so cheaply. The data from my activity on this site, anywhere on the internet plus some is being saved. Is that a bad thing?

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I would recommend this book.

For the reader that has heard about and wants an easy read, I would recommend this book. I found it helpful in providing a well-rounded
description of what big data is, the positives and negatives of big data, and especially liked the historical examples.
It was fascinating to its listeners, again to learn that all that separate our distant ancestors with today's society is the level of technology we rely on. Their out of the box reflection is still enduring today, just as innovative, just working within a more primitive environment.

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  • Ace Villamorre
  • 11-03-17

Informative Audio book

I liked this audible because it gives some information about Cryptocurrency. This is well-detailed