The best 51 Cryptocurrency books

Cryptocurrency has taken the financial world by storm, but understanding this complex and ever-evolving topic can be a challenge. In this book list, we gather the best resources to help you navigate the world of cryptocurrency, from the basics of blockchain technology to the intricacies of trading and investing. Whether you're a seasoned crypto enthusiast or just starting out, these books will provide you with the knowledge and insights you need to stay ahead in this rapidly growing field.

The best 51 Cryptocurrency books
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Cryptocurrency Books: The Age of Cryptocurrency by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey

The Age of Cryptocurrency

Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey
How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the Global Economic Order
4.2 (344 ratings)
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What's The Age of Cryptocurrency about?

The Age of Cryptocurrency gives an overview of the history and nature of Bitcoin. It explores the definition of “money” and explains the dramatic impacts that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin will have on our economy and the world at large.

Who should read The Age of Cryptocurrency?

  • Anyone who wants to know how Bitcoins work
  • Anyone curious about the future of money

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Cryptocurrency Books: Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper

Digital Gold

Nathaniel Popper
The Untold Story of Bitcoin
4.4 (211 ratings)
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What's Digital Gold about?

Digital Gold (2015) tells the story of the many different individuals – including cypherpunks, nerds, investors, gamblers and visionaries – that contributed to the rise of the world’s most successful cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. The book gives an overview of the way Bitcoin developed, showing how its value rose from nothing to over $1 billion, and telling the story of its troubled early stages.

Who should read Digital Gold?

  • People curious about the future of money
  • Concerned citizens who don’t trust banks
  • Anyone selling goods on the internet

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Cryptocurrency Books: The Dark Net by Jamie Bartlett

The Dark Net

Jamie Bartlett
Inside the Digital Underworld
3.1 (62 ratings)
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What's The Dark Net about?

The Dark Net (2014) is a window into the internet’s nefarious underbelly. These blinks detail a trove of hidden online activity, from drug deals to illegal pornography to troubling discussions among suicidal teenagers.

Who should read The Dark Net?

  • Adventurous people who want to uncover everything the internet has to offer
  • Anyone concerned about all the terrible things happening online
  • Aspiring porn stars and anyone who wants to buy marijuana from their couch

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Cryptocurrency Books: Blockchain Revolution by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott

Blockchain Revolution

Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott
How the Technology Behind Bitcoin Is Changing Money, Business and the World
4.4 (503 ratings)
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What's Blockchain Revolution about?

Blockchain Revolution (2016) sheds light on a new technology that may soon change the way we bank and do business. Blockchain is the technology behind the Bitcoin – but it could be so much more. If we utilize it fully, we could do away with costly middlemen and create a transparent financial system free from the endless corruption and dark money that plagues the world.

Who should read Blockchain Revolution?

  • Students of economics
  • Readers interested in an alternative to banks
  • Business people curious about online trust

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Cryptocurrency Books: Ethereum by Henning Diedrich

Ethereum

Henning Diedrich
Blockchains, Digital Assets, Smart Contracts, Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
4.3 (412 ratings)
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What's Ethereum about?

Ethereum (2016) introduces readers to the world of blockchains, digital currencies and smart contracts, while paying special attention to how the Ethereum cryptocurrency works. It provides a compelling account of where this technology is heading, explaining both how blockchains may revolutionize society and commerce and why Ethereum is currently the most advanced blockchain available.

Who should read Ethereum?

  • Readers eager to learn more about digital currencies
  • Blockchain and cryptocurrency enthusiasts
  • Anyone curious about future technologies

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Cryptocurrency Books: Cryptoassets by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar

Cryptoassets

Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar
The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond
4.4 (548 ratings)
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What's Cryptoassets about?

Cryptoassets (2017) is both a brief history of Bitcoin and a detailed guide to investing in cryptoassets. It explains how blockchain technology came into existence and will help potential investors get their bearings in the world of cryptoassets.

Who should read Cryptoassets?

  • Innovative investors
  • Students of information technology
  • People interested in the world of finance

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Cryptocurrency Books: Life After Google by George Gilder

Life After Google

George Gilder
The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy
3.9 (353 ratings)
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What's Life After Google about?

Life After Google (2018), shows how the future may instead lie in the “cryptocosm” and its blockchain architecture, which allows everyone to exert individual control of data and security online. Since the dawn of the internet, there have been tremendous progress in technology and the way people live their lives. And at the heart of it all is Google, a company that has managed to build a global way of thinking around their business model and vision. But it’s also falling rapidly out of favor with users for its lack of security precautions. Google may once have dominated, but we should prepare for a world that is no longer defined by it.

Who should read Life After Google?

  • Business buffs who want to know where the future is headed
  • Technology enthusiasts who want to understand the latest developments
  • Anyone with an interest in their online data security

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Cryptocurrency Books: Who Can You Trust? by Rachel Botsman

Who Can You Trust?

Rachel Botsman
How Technology Brought Us Together – and Why It Could Drive Us Apart
4.3 (67 ratings)
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What's Who Can You Trust? about?

Who Can You Trust (2017) analyzes the past, present and future of trust. Rachel Botsman addresses the most pressing questions of our networked age, asking why it is that we now trust complete strangers with the most intimate aspects of our lives. She also explores how new technologies like blockchains will continue to revolutionize our relationship with others.

Who should read Who Can You Trust??

  • Anyone fascinated by the big ideas that make the world tick
  • People interested in the cutting edge of technological change
  • Futurologists burning to know what our societies will look like in ten years

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Cryptocurrency Books: The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous

The Bitcoin Standard

Saifedean Ammous
The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking
4.5 (534 ratings)
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What's The Bitcoin Standard about?

The Bitcoin Standard (2018) traces the story of money, from the very first rock currencies to the Victorians’ love affair with gold and today’s new kid on the block – digital cryptocurrency. Saifedean Ammous, an economist convinced that we need to embrace the forgotten virtues of sound money, believes Bitcoin might just be the future. Like yesteryear’s gold reserves, it has unique properties that mean it’s ideally placed to act as a medium of exchange that can’t be manipulated by bumbling governments. And that’s great news if we want to return our economies to stability and growth and put the cycle of boom and bust behind us.

Who should read The Bitcoin Standard?

  • People interested in the history of money
  • Economists and business buffs
  • Anyone with an eye on the future

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Cryptocurrency Books: Narrative Economics by Robert J. Shiller

Narrative Economics

Robert J. Shiller
How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events
4.3 (430 ratings)
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What's Narrative Economics about?

Narrative Economics (2019) describes how popular narratives influence the way economies behave. From Bitcoin’s sudden rise to stock-market crashes, Narrative Economics looks beyond the statistics to the collective human stories that drive these events. 

Who should read Narrative Economics?

  • Financial analysts looking to broaden their horizons
  • Forecasters of any kind
  • Anyone interested in the economy and global events

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Cryptocurrency Books: 2030 by Mauro F. Guillén

2030

Mauro F. Guillén
How Today's Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything
4.2 (918 ratings)
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What's 2030 about?

2030 (2020) isn’t a crystal ball – but it might be the next best thing. Drawing on current sociological trends, demographic trajectories, and technological advancements, it paints a convincing picture of the global changes we can expect to see and experience in the coming decade.

Who should read 2030?

  • Tech workers and marketing professionals keen to stay ahead of the curve
  • Eco-warriors looking for solutions to the climate crisis
  • Anyone curious to see what the future might hold

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Cryptocurrency Books: The Promise of Bitcoin by Bobby C. Lee

The Promise of Bitcoin

Bobby C. Lee
The Future of Money and How It Can Work for You
4.2 (364 ratings)
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What's The Promise of Bitcoin about?

The Promise of Bitcoin (2021) is an introduction to the financial revolution that began in 2009 – the year an anonymous coder who called himself Satoshi Nakamoto launched Bitcoin. Rooted in the conviction that old monetary systems have failed us, this digital currency promises a more trustworthy, decentralized, and democratic alternative. How does it work? Few people can explain that better than Bobby Lee, a Bitcoin pioneer who’s been on the barricades since the revolution’s earliest days. 

Who should read The Promise of Bitcoin?

  • Investors looking for new opportunities
  • Critics of the banking system 
  • Technophobes wondering what all the Bitcoin fuss is about

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Cryptocurrency Books: Crypto Wars by Erica Stanford

Crypto Wars

Erica Stanford
Faked Deaths, Missing Billions, and Industry Disruption
4.2 (204 ratings)
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What's Crypto Wars about?

Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions, and Industry Disruption (2021) lifts the lid on some of the cryptosphere’s most audacious scams and notorious scandals. From the missing cryptoqueen, Dr. Ruja Ignatova, to the tech whiz kid who – according to his creditors, at least – faked his own death, Crypto Wars shares this secretive industry’s most compelling stories.

Who should read Crypto Wars?

  • Crypto enthusiasts after the inside dirt on some of the market’s biggest scams
  • Interested investors who want a rundown of the red flags in the crypto world
  • Anyone who’s ever wondered if they could make a cool million – or billion – in crypto

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Cryptocurrency Books: The NFT Handbook by Matt Fortnow and QuHarrison Terry

The NFT Handbook

Matt Fortnow and QuHarrison Terry
How to Create, Sell and Buy Non-Fungible Tokens
4.5 (671 ratings)
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What's The NFT Handbook about?

The NFT Handbook (2022) is your go-to guide to “non-fungible tokens” – a new kind of digital asset that’s changing the way we think about ownership in the internet age. Written by two leading experts on NFTs, this explainer covers everything from how NFTs work to how you can enter this booming global market.

Who should read The NFT Handbook?

  • Crypto enthusiasts 
  • Self-starters and entrepreneurs 
  • Anyone wondering what the NFT hype is all about

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Cryptocurrency Books: Cloudmoney by Brett Scott

Cloudmoney

Brett Scott
Cash, Cards, Crypto, and the War for Our Wallets
4.1 (528 ratings)
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What's Cloudmoney about?

Cloudmoney (2022) provides an overview of our present payment landscape. As it turns out, the age-old question of “cash or card” is not as simple as it seems. Underneath the push toward cashless is a murky world of powerful interests trying to extract profit and data from people’s purchases. And the disappearance of cash has more disadvantages than you might think. 

Who should read Cloudmoney?

  • Literally everyone – we all use money
  • Anyone considering getting rid of cash altogether
  • Students of finance, economics, or politics

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Cryptocurrency Books: NFTs Are a Scam / NFTs are the Future by Bobby Hundreds

NFTs Are a Scam / NFTs are the Future

Bobby Hundreds
The Early Years: 2020-2023
3.9 (25 ratings)
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What's NFTs Are a Scam / NFTs are the Future about?

NFTs Are a Scam / NFTs Are the Future (2023) is a bold, provocative take on what is either another scam-ridden, superficial digital trend or the future of art and entertainment – depending on who you ask. It considers NFTs from every angle to help you make up your own mind.

Who should read NFTs Are a Scam / NFTs are the Future?

  • Techheads sitting on a tower of NFTs
  • Digital enthusiasts craving NFT gossip and insights
  • Anyone wondering what an NFT is – and why they should care

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Cryptocurrency Books: Stock Markets: The Magic Shoebox by Hosted by Michael Lewis

Stock Markets: The Magic Shoebox

Hosted by Michael Lewis
4.6 (27 ratings)

What's Stock Markets: The Magic Shoebox about?

Sometimes the unfairness in a system is in the small details most don't even know to look for. The New York Stock Exchange is a notable example, where milliseconds can mean millions of dollars. But too frequently, the advantages of knowing the system and its quirks has unfairly benefited those closest to it, instead of ordinary investors. Until now—thanks to the work of two people who decided to delve deeper into the problem and in doing so set us an example how to be the change you want to see.

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Cryptocurrency Books: The Future of Art: John Crain by Hosted by Jay Clouse and Eric Hornung

The Future of Art: John Crain

Hosted by Jay Clouse and Eric Hornung
3.8 (12 ratings)

What's The Future of Art: John Crain about?

With digital art entering the picture, it's part of our daily lives now more than ever. In this episode, John Crain—founder of digital art market SuperRare—joins Jay and Eric to discuss digital art and the role cryptocurrency plays in its market. Technology, John believes, is allowing artists to greatly expand the possibilities of the art they can create.
You'll learn more about these new forms of art, NFT, and Ethereum, a form of blockchain currency which allows for new payment options in how digital art is bought and sold.

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Cryptocurrency Books: Easy Money by Ben McKenzie with Jacob Silverman

Easy Money

Ben McKenzie with Jacob Silverman
Cryptocurrency, Casino Capitalism, and the Golden Age of Fraud
3.7 (114 ratings)
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What's Easy Money about?

Easy Money (2023) offers a riveting exploration into the chaotic realm of cryptocurrency, tracing its exhilarating ascent and dramatic descent. Through captivating accounts of traders, visionaries, and whistleblowers, the narrative unravels the intricate web of ambition, naiveté, and deceit that pervades the crypto sphere, providing a comprehensive insight into a world where promise meets uncertainty.

Who should read Easy Money?

  • Cryptocurrency enthusiasts seeking a comprehensive dive into the industry's controversial aspects
  • Investors looking to understand the underlying risks and narratives within the crypto realm
  • Skeptics curious about the validity and sustainability of digital currencies

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Cryptocurrency Books: Tokens by Rachel O'Dwyer

Tokens

Rachel O'Dwyer
The Future of Money in the Age of the Platform
3.7 (42 ratings)
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What's Tokens about?

Tokens (2023) looks at the transformation of traditional monetary systems in the digital era, highlighting how various forms of digital tokens are increasingly replacing conventional currency. It explores the implications of this shift, particularly focusing on the role of digital platforms in creating new types of economic exchange, ownership, and governance models.

Who should read Tokens?

  • Financial technology professionals and cryptocurrency enthusiasts
  • Tech entrepreneurs exploring new payment systems
  • Anyone interested in the future of digital currency

What's Mastering Bitcoin about?

Mastering Bitcoin by Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a comprehensive guide to understanding the revolutionary technology of Bitcoin. It delves into the technical aspects of how Bitcoin works, the decentralized network it operates on, and the potential impact it can have on the future of finance. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, this book provides valuable insights into the world of cryptocurrency.

Who should read Mastering Bitcoin?

  • Individuals who are curious about the inner workings of Bitcoin and blockchain technology
  • Entrepreneurs looking to understand the potential applications and implications of cryptocurrencies
  • Developers who want to build their own Bitcoin-based applications and services

What's The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains about?

The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains by Antony Lewis is a comprehensive guide that demystifies the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. It provides a clear explanation of how Bitcoin and other digital currencies work, as well as the underlying blockchain technology. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, this book offers valuable insights and practical knowledge about this rapidly evolving field.

Who should read The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains?

  • Individuals who want to understand the basics of bitcoins and blockchains
  • Investors looking to gain insights into the cryptocurrency market
  • Entrepreneurs and business professionals interested in leveraging blockchain technology for their ventures

What's Bitcoin & Black America about?

Bitcoin & Black America by Isaiah Jackson delves into the potential of cryptocurrency to empower the black community. It explores how Bitcoin can provide financial freedom, economic inclusion, and opportunities for wealth creation in a system that has historically marginalized people of color. Through real-life examples and thought-provoking analysis, the book challenges the status quo and offers a vision for a more equitable financial future.

Who should read Bitcoin & Black America?

  • Individuals interested in understanding the intersection of race, economics, and cryptocurrency
  • Black Americans looking to explore alternative financial systems and wealth-building opportunities
  • Entrepreneurs and business owners seeking to incorporate Bitcoin and blockchain technology into their ventures

What's The Road to Ruin about?

The Road to Ruin by James Rickards delves into the vulnerabilities of the global financial system and the potential for a major financial crisis. Through in-depth analysis and real-world examples, Rickards offers insights into the risks and consequences of our current economic policies, and proposes strategies for individuals and governments to protect themselves from impending disaster.

Who should read The Road to Ruin?

  • Individuals seeking a deeper understanding of global financial risks
  • Investors looking to protect their wealth in uncertain times
  • Policy makers and professionals in the financial industry

What's The Internet of Money Volume Two about?

The Internet of Money Volume Two by Andreas M. Antonopoulos delves into the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Through a series of insightful essays and talks, the book explores the potential impact of digital currencies on our financial systems and society as a whole. Antonopoulos offers a thought-provoking analysis and provides valuable insights for anyone interested in understanding the future of money.

Who should read The Internet of Money Volume Two?

  • Anyone curious about the future of money and the impact of technology on finance
  • Individuals looking to expand their knowledge of blockchain and cryptocurrencies
  • Entrepreneurs and business professionals interested in the potential applications of decentralized networks

What's Confessions of a Crypto Millionaire about?

Confessions of a Crypto Millionaire by Dan Conway is a gripping memoir that takes you inside the world of cryptocurrency. From the early days of Bitcoin to the wild fluctuations of the market, Conway shares his personal journey of obsession, risk, and ultimately, success in the volatile world of digital currency. It's a fascinating and cautionary tale that will leave you questioning the future of finance.

Who should read Confessions of a Crypto Millionaire?

  • Anyone interested in the potential financial opportunities and risks of cryptocurrency
  • Individuals looking to gain insights from personal experiences of a crypto investor
  • Readers who enjoy a blend of memoir and financial education

What's American Kingpin about?

American Kingpin by Nick Bilton is a gripping non-fiction book that tells the astonishing true story of Ross Ulbricht, the mastermind behind the dark web marketplace known as the Silk Road. From its humble beginnings to its rapid rise and eventual downfall, this book delves into the world of online drug trafficking and the relentless pursuit of justice by law enforcement.

Who should read American Kingpin?

  • Individuals interested in true crime stories and criminal investigations
  • Readers curious about the dark web and the illicit drug trade
  • Entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts fascinated by the rise and fall of online marketplaces

What's Mastering Ethereum about?

Mastering Ethereum by Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a comprehensive guide to understanding and utilizing the Ethereum blockchain platform. It delves into the technical aspects of Ethereum, smart contracts, decentralized applications, and the potential impact of this technology on various industries. Whether you're a developer, investor, or simply curious about the world of cryptocurrencies, this book provides valuable insights and practical knowledge.

Who should read Mastering Ethereum?

  • Aspiring blockchain developers and programmers
  • Entrepreneurs exploring the potential of decentralized applications
  • Investors and financial professionals seeking to understand Ethereum's impact on the economy

What's Introducing Ethereum and Solidity about?

Introducing Ethereum and Solidity by Chris Dannen is a comprehensive guide that introduces readers to the world of blockchain technology and smart contracts. It provides a detailed explanation of Ethereum and its programming language, Solidity, making it an essential read for anyone looking to understand and work with these innovative technologies.

Who should read Introducing Ethereum and Solidity?

  • Individuals interested in understanding the fundamentals of Ethereum and Solidity
  • Programmers looking to develop decentralized applications using Ethereum
  • Entrepreneurs and businesses exploring the potential of blockchain technology for their projects

What's Ichimoku Charting & Technical Analysis about?

Ichimoku Charting & Technical Analysis by Charles G. Koonitz is a comprehensive guide to understanding and utilizing the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo charting system in trading. The book provides a detailed explanation of the various components of the Ichimoku chart, along with practical strategies and real-life examples to help traders make informed decisions. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced trader, this book offers valuable insights into this powerful technical analysis tool.

Who should read Ichimoku Charting & Technical Analysis?

  • Aspiring traders looking to learn the Ichimoku trading system
  • Experienced traders seeking to enhance their technical analysis skills
  • Investors interested in using a proven and holistic approach to market analysis

What's Bitcoin Billionaires about?

Bitcoin Billionaires (2019) tells the captivating story of the Winklevoss twins, who went from being known for their legal battle with Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook to becoming early investors in Bitcoin. Written by bestselling author Ben Mezrich, this book chronicles their journey into the world of cryptocurrency and the remarkable rise of Bitcoin.

Who should read Bitcoin Billionaires?

  • Readers who are curious about the rise of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency
  • Investors looking to understand the potential of digital currency
  • Those interested in the entrepreneurial journey of Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss

What's Cryptocurrency Investing for Dummies about?

Cryptocurrency Investing for Dummies by Kiana Danial is a comprehensive guide for beginners looking to enter the world of digital currencies. It covers everything from the basics of blockchain technology to the different types of cryptocurrencies and how to invest in them. With clear explanations and practical tips, this book aims to demystify the complex world of cryptocurrency investing.

Who should read Cryptocurrency Investing for Dummies?

  • Beginner and intermediate investors looking to understand and navigate the world of cryptocurrencies
  • Individuals curious about blockchain technology and its potential impact on various industries
  • Anyone interested in diversifying their investment portfolio with digital assets

What's Blockchain for Everyone about?

Blockchain for Everyone by John Hargrave is a comprehensive guide that demystifies the complex world of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. It provides a clear and accessible explanation of how blockchain works and its potential applications in various industries. The book also offers practical advice on how individuals can get involved in the blockchain revolution and navigate the world of digital currencies.

Who should read Blockchain for Everyone?

  • Individuals looking to understand the basics of blockchain and cryptocurrency
  • Entrepreneurs and business professionals interested in the potential applications of blockchain technology
  • Investors seeking insights into the opportunities and risks associated with digital assets

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Cryptocurrency Books: Forex Trading 2020 by

Forex Trading 2020

Beginner's Guide. Secrets, Strategies and the Psychology of the Trader to Earn $10,000 per Month in no Time, Manage the Risk and your Money

What's Forex Trading 2020 about?

Forex Trading 2020: Beginner's Guide. Secrets, Strategies and the Psychology of the Trader to Earn $10,000 per Month in no Time, Manage the Risk and your Money. Includes by Norman Davison is a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to delve into the world of forex trading. It covers everything from the basics of forex trading to advanced strategies, providing valuable insights and practical tips. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced trader, this book is a must-read to enhance your trading skills and achieve success in the forex market.

Who should read Forex Trading 2020?

  • Beginners who want to learn the basics of forex trading
  • People who are looking to earn a significant income through currency trading
  • Individuals who want to understand the strategies and psychology behind successful forex trading

What's Advanced Techniques in Day Trading about?

Advanced Techniques in Day Trading by Andrew Aziz delves into the more intricate aspects of day trading, offering in-depth strategies and analysis. From advanced charting techniques to risk management and psychological pitfalls, this book provides a comprehensive guide for experienced traders looking to take their skills to the next level.

Who should read Advanced Techniques in Day Trading?

  • Anyone looking to take their day trading skills to the next level
  • Experienced day traders who want to refine and optimize their strategies
  • Individuals who are committed to mastering technical analysis and chart patterns

What's Cryptonomicon about?

Cryptonomicon (1999) is a gripping novel that weaves together two interconnected storylines. Set during World War II and the present day, it delves into the world of code-breaking, cryptography, and the birth of the digital age. With complex characters and intricate plots, Neal Stephenson explores themes of technology, war, and the enduring power of secrets.

Who should read Cryptonomicon?

  • Readers who are intrigued by cryptography, technology, and history
  • Individuals who enjoy complex and intellectually stimulating narratives
  • People who appreciate a fusion of adventure, humor, and thought-provoking ideas in a novel

What's Building Blockchain Projects about?

Building Blockchain Projects by Narayan Prusty is a comprehensive guide that teaches you how to create decentralized applications (DApps) using blockchain technology. The book covers the fundamentals of blockchain, smart contracts, and the Ethereum platform. It also provides practical examples and step-by-step instructions for building real-world projects such as a supply chain management system and a decentralized marketplace.

Who should read Building Blockchain Projects?

  • Anyone interested in understanding the practical applications of blockchain technology
  • Developers who want to build decentralized applications (DApps) using Ethereum
  • Entrepreneurs and business professionals looking to incorporate blockchain into their projects or organizations

What's The Internet of Money about?

The Internet of Money by Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a thought-provoking book that explores the revolutionary potential of digital currency. Through a series of essays, Antonopoulos discusses the impact of Bitcoin and blockchain technology on our financial system, and how it has the power to transform the way we think about money and transactions. It offers a compelling insight into the future of finance and the possibilities that lie ahead.

Who should read The Internet of Money?

  • Individuals who want to understand the potential impact of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology on the future of money
  • Entrepreneurs and business leaders looking to explore new opportunities in the digital economy
  • Investors seeking insights into the financial and societal implications of decentralized currencies

What's Swing Time about?

Swing Time by Zadie Smith is a captivating novel that delves into the complexities of friendship, race, and identity. Set in London and West Africa, it follows the lives of two girls who share a passion for dance. As they grow up, their paths diverge, but their bond remains a powerful force in shaping their individual journeys. With beautiful prose and thought-provoking themes, this book offers a unique exploration of the connections that define us.

Who should read Swing Time?

  • Readers who enjoy literary fiction with rich character development and social commentary
  • People interested in exploring themes of race, identity, and friendship
  • Those who appreciate immersive storytelling that spans different time periods and locations

What's From Tulips to Bitcoins about?

From Tulips to Bitcoins by Torsten Dennin explores the fascinating history of speculative bubbles and commodity markets. Through engaging storytelling and insightful analysis, the book delves into the rise and fall of various commodities, from tulips in 17th century Holland to the digital currency Bitcoin. It offers valuable lessons for investors and anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of financial markets.

Who should read From Tulips to Bitcoins?

  • Investors looking to understand the evolution of speculative markets
  • Individuals interested in the history and psychology of financial bubbles
  • Those seeking insights into the potential risks and rewards of cryptocurrency investments

What's The Sovereign Individual about?

'The Sovereign Individual' by James Dale Davidson and Lord William Rees-Mogg explores how the digital revolution and the rise of the internet are empowering individuals to become more financially independent and politically sovereign. It delves into the potential impact of these changes on society, economics, and governance, offering thought-provoking insights into the future of our world.

Who should read The Sovereign Individual?

  • Individuals seeking to understand how technology and globalization are shaping the future
  • Entrepreneurs and investors looking to capitalize on emerging opportunities
  • Those interested in personal sovereignty and how to protect their assets in a changing world

What's VALUEWEB about?

ValueWeb by Chris Skinner explores the concept of the “Internet of Value” and its potential to revolutionize the way we exchange and transfer money. Skinner delves into the world of digital currencies, blockchain technology, and the rise of fintech companies, offering insights into how these developments could reshape the global financial system.

Who should read VALUEWEB?

  • Individuals and businesses interested in understanding the future of finance and technology
  • Professionals working in the fintech industry looking to broaden their knowledge
  • Entrepreneurs seeking insights into opportunities and challenges within the digital economy

What's 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings about?

100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings by Sarah Cooper is a humorous guide that offers tongue-in-cheek tips on how to navigate corporate meetings with ease. From using buzzwords to nodding at appropriate times, Cooper provides a satirical take on the corporate world and offers a good laugh for anyone who has ever felt out of place in a meeting.

Who should read 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings?

  • Individuals who want to navigate corporate meetings with humor and wit
  • Professionals looking to enhance their communication and presentation skills
  • People who enjoy satire and want to laugh at the absurdities of office culture

What's CRYPTOTRADING PRO about?

Cryptotrading Pro by Alan T. Norman is a comprehensive guide to navigating the complex world of cryptocurrency trading. Packed with practical tips and strategies, the book delves into topics such as understanding market trends, analyzing price charts, and managing risks. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced trader, this book provides valuable insights to help you succeed in the volatile world of crypto trading.

Who should read CRYPTOTRADING PRO?

  • Beginners and experienced traders interested in cryptocurrency trading
  • Investors looking to diversify their portfolio with digital assets
  • Individuals curious about the potential of blockchain technology and its impact on finance

What's The Politics of Bitcoin about?

The Politics of Bitcoin by David Golumbia delves into the complex world of cryptocurrency and its underlying political implications. The book explores how Bitcoin challenges traditional notions of money and power, and how it intersects with libertarian and anarchist ideologies. Golumbia critically examines the potential societal and political impacts of this digital currency.

Who should read The Politics of Bitcoin?

  • Individuals interested in the intersection of technology and politics
  • Readers who want to understand the potential implications of Bitcoin on society
  • Those who are curious about the philosophical and ideological underpinnings of cryptocurrency

What's Bitcoin And Blockchain Basics Explained about?

Bitcoin And Blockchain Basics Explained by James Tudor is a comprehensive guide that demystifies the complex world of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. It provides a clear explanation of how Bitcoin works, the underlying blockchain technology, and its potential impact on the future of finance. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced investor, this book offers valuable insights and practical tips to help you navigate the world of digital currency.

Who should read Bitcoin And Blockchain Basics Explained?

  • People looking to understand the fundamentals of blockchain and Bitcoin
  • Investors interested in adding cryptocurrencies to their portfolio
  • Entrepreneurs exploring the potential applications of blockchain technology

What's Blockchain Maximalist about?

Blockchain Maximalist by Luis Wester delves into the world of blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize various industries. Through a thought-provoking exploration, the book challenges the status quo and advocates for the widespread adoption of blockchain. It offers insights into the underlying principles, real-world applications, and the future implications of this groundbreaking innovation.

Who should read Blockchain Maximalist?

  • Individuals interested in understanding the revolutionary potential of blockchain technology
  • Entrepreneurs looking to explore innovative applications of blockchain in their business
  • Investors seeking to gain insights into the future of finance and decentralized economy

What's Tor Darknet about?

Tor Darknet by Lance Henderson is a comprehensive guide to understanding and navigating the dark side of the internet. It delves into the world of Tor, a network that allows users to browse the web anonymously, and explores the various activities and communities that exist within the darknet. From online privacy and security to illegal marketplaces and hidden services, this book provides an eye-opening look at the hidden corners of the internet.

Who should read Tor Darknet?

  • Anyone interested in learning about internet privacy and anonymity
  • People who want to protect their online activities from surveillance and tracking
  • Individuals who are curious about the dark web and how to access it safely

What's The Crypto Portfolio about?

The Crypto Portfolio by Jonathan Hobbs is a comprehensive guide to investing in cryptocurrencies. It provides a detailed analysis of different digital currencies, blockchain technology, and the potential risks and rewards associated with this emerging asset class. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced investor, this book offers valuable insights and practical advice for building and managing a successful crypto portfolio.

Who should read The Crypto Portfolio?

  • Investors looking to understand and navigate the world of cryptocurrency
  • Individuals interested in diversifying their investment portfolio with digital assets
  • Those who want practical guidance on how to research, buy, and manage a crypto portfolio

What's Blockchain Technology Explained about?

'Blockchain Technology Explained' by Alan T. Norman aims to demystify the complex world of blockchain. It offers a clear and accessible explanation of what blockchain is, how it works, and its potential applications. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this book provides valuable insights into one of the most revolutionary technologies of our time.

Who should read Blockchain Technology Explained?

  • Individuals who want to understand the fundamentals of blockchain technology
  • Entrepreneurs looking to explore potential applications of blockchain in their business
  • Professionals in the financial or technology industry seeking to stay current with the latest trends

What's The Truth About Your Future about?

The Truth About Your Future by Ric Edelman explores the impact of technological advancements on our lives and finances. Edelman discusses how developments such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and genetic engineering will shape our future and offers insights on how we can prepare for the changes ahead.

Who should read The Truth About Your Future?

  • Individuals who want to understand the impact of technology on their future finances
  • Readers looking for insights into investment strategies and retirement planning
  • Those who are open-minded and willing to challenge traditional financial advice

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 FAQs 

What's the best Cryptocurrency book to read?

While choosing just one book about a topic is always tough, many people regard The Age of Cryptocurrency as the ultimate read on Cryptocurrency.

What are the Top 10 Cryptocurrency books?

Blinkist curators have picked the following:
  • The Age of Cryptocurrency by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey
  • Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper
  • The Dark Net by Jamie Bartlett
  • Blockchain Revolution by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott
  • Ethereum by Henning Diedrich
  • Cryptoassets by Chris Burniske and Jack Tatar
  • Life After Google by George Gilder
  • Who Can You Trust? by Rachel Botsman
  • The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous
  • Narrative Economics by Robert J. Shiller

Who are the top Cryptocurrency book authors?

When it comes to Cryptocurrency, these are the authors who stand out as some of the most influential:
  • Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey
  • Nathaniel Popper
  • Jamie Bartlett
  • Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott
  • Henning Diedrich