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It sprang from an early effort to take back privacy in the cypherpunk community. The intent was not to enable secrecy and therefore illicit activity but to allow self-determination of privacy. A lot of the technical elements of bitcoin were proposed and tested on untraceable email communication by others in the community before the Bitcoin white paper was released.
It's still very early days for block chain and there are both serious limitations as well as seemingly exciting opportunities. Definitely feels like one of those big shifts where the value it enables has not been seen yet but will seem obvious in retrospect. Jul 27, Daniel Barenboim rated it liked it Shelves: misc. Clearly written in a rush. Tons of typo's and circular logic. A person who truly understands a topic can explain it in the simplest terms.
Not to mention that majority of the book is written from a hypothetical standpoint: This company could possibly end up doing this, Ethereum will possibly become that, and hopefully "this" will happen in the future. This results in the center of the book seeming largely disorganized and containin Clearly written in a rush. This results in the center of the book seeming largely disorganized and containing fluff.
Towards the end of the book, you find out how Bitcoin came to be and that was a very comprehensive section. Further on it does the same with Ether. The gold is the last 50 pages of the book or so. I give the book three stars because I think majority will agree that further reading is required.
This book is long for nothing and doesn't leave the reader fully satisfied. Jul 28, Hesam rated it liked it Shelves: crypto. This is because the book hopes to engage the reader by painting a beautiful picture in the first few chapters and only delving into mechanics of Ethereum later. Dec 18, Raj rated it really liked it Shelves: tech. The Cypherpunk philosophy reigns. Very informative about Blockchain, Bitcoin, and especially Ethereum and it's origins, and any buzz terms in the blockchain jargon.
Plenty of learning material and introduces you to some cool stuff that you didn't know about in this field. The book is written for technical and non-technical readers explaining concepts that developers would consider trivial. You need to be able to understand the theory before being able to hack anything on the Blockchain.
This book p The Cypherpunk philosophy reigns. This book provides exactly that though it won't go far so as to explain the actual math functions or equations. And the concepts are laid down in an easily understandable way. Sep 12, Andrew rated it it was amazing Shelves: crypocurrency , economics. A useful book on the history and goal of Ethereum and smart contracts.
The last few chapters giving an excellent historical recap leading up to Bitcoin and Ethereum by the cypherpunks spearheading cryptography in new technology. It is important to understand the original intent of crypto currency by the cypherpunks: decentralization and privacy, in contrast to centralized control of money by the private banking system and a lack of privacy in centralized online platforms such as Google and Faceb A useful book on the history and goal of Ethereum and smart contracts.
It is important to understand the original intent of crypto currency by the cypherpunks: decentralization and privacy, in contrast to centralized control of money by the private banking system and a lack of privacy in centralized online platforms such as Google and Facebook. This book is an excellent primer on Ethereum for anyone wanting to get a good overview and understand crypto currencies in general, especially the primary 2: Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Jan 14, Tadas Antanavicius rated it liked it. Solid, broad coverage of an introduction to Ethereum at a pseudo-technical level. Great starting point for building a foundation for understanding blockchain beyond the more-trivial Bitcoin - the author explains concepts ground-up and lays out context well. Reading this in early , definitely felt a little behind-the-times in some places, but that's of course to be expected in a super early fast-growing space like this.
Jun 15, George Eracleous rated it liked it. Definitely not for beginners. I believe the author makes a lot of assumptions about the level of expertise of the reader. Also, the books seems like a random collection of thoughts and info on Ethereum.
Lacks structure and coherence. Having said that, it contains some very nice thoughts on the future and purpose of Ethereum. Jan 22, Zack Brown rated it it was ok. Diedrich does a good job of explaining smart contracts and the current limitations of the Ethereum network. I had a hard time getting past the frequent typos. The book would have benefitted from an editor and a few more revisions. Jul 21, Max rated it really liked it Shelves: technology. Good book to get into decentralized code "Blockchain" and Ethereum in particular.
If you haven't read anything about the first, definitely worth reading. If you haven't read anything about the second, also definitly worth reading. Removes the fog! Dec 23, Shane rated it liked it. Decent book to give to non-technical folks to introduce to Ethereum, though I feel it didn't go deep enough despite aiming for this audience. The print copy I read had a number of grammar errors or print mishaps, which was distracting and unprofessional.
May 13, Luca Prosperi rated it it was ok. Simply a bad book about an interesting topic that demands more. May 22, Wes Lockhart rated it liked it Shelves: blinkist. Good overview of blockchain pros and cons and how it might change in the future. Dec 24, Claudio de Giovanni rated it it was ok.
Fascinating area of knowledge but poorly structured and highly confusing book. May 22, Luis Pavon rated it liked it. Escrito en , se ha quedado viejo ya que habla solo de ethereum como la alternativa al Bitcoin. Jul 03, Hannes rated it really liked it. The author is a marketing guy so this is not a precise technical introduction. Rather a good story telling everything about and around Ethereum. Oct 09, Liam Kelly rated it liked it. Very helpful overview that has aged relatively well. Would have been beneficial to get an editor to read through the final draft, however.
Lots of odd typos and grammatical errors. Nov 25, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Worthwhile read for the geeks among us and those who don't understand what Blockchain is and what is possible. May 31, Michael rated it liked it. Pretty basic.
Hard thing with these books is calibrating level, and this one is better for true beginners than for folks who already have the basics. Jul 11, Loan Cookies rated it liked it. Sum not so useful, I just understand a scratch about blockchain tech and know Ethereum, not bitcoin, is the most advanced in the field right now. May 22, Richard rated it liked it Shelves: blinkist.
Jul 28, Taylor Pearson rated it liked it Shelves: tech , just-in-time , cryptocurrency. This book is a fun-to-read overview of Ethereum and how it compares to other cryptocurrencies. The book also focuses a lot on smart contracts implications for the future. The gold is the last 50 pages of the book or so which gives a good hist This book is a fun-to-read overview of Ethereum and how it compares to other cryptocurrencies.
The gold is the last 50 pages of the book or so which gives a good history of Bitcoin and Ethereum that helped me better contextualize the industry news I was reading. Jun 24, Sean rated it liked it. This book is a fun-to-read overview of the technology and how it compares to other cryptocurrencies. I'm not a programmer, and while this book contains code, it's not a dry read at all. The book also focuses a lot on smart contracting's implications for the future, and I would recommend it if you're trying to parse out the noise from CNBC.
It might give you a slightly better read than a FAQ you can find on Google. Chris rated it really liked it May 16, Juan Jose Suarez rated it it was amazing Dec 28, Greg rated it it was ok Mar 02, Lei Crowe rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Michael Park rated it liked it Sep 02, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one ».
Readers also enjoyed. Goodreads is hiring! If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Learn more ». About Henning Diedrich. Henning Diedrich. Books by Henning Diedrich. Related Articles. Spring is finally here, thank the gods. That was a rough winter. Read more Trivia About Ethereum: Blockch No trivia or quizzes yet. Add some now ». Welcome back. The essential stuff is the same for any blockchain. This text was written for people with a fast grasp, who are not programmers.
Reading this should give you the basics to cut through the hype and to identify blockchain opportunities in your professional domain. There are tiny bits of code, which can be admired and skipped. Exactly what you need to tell the signal from the noise in the echo chamber of honest misunderstandings and desperate marketing.
We take a good hard look at limitations, throw in some history and names and give a realistic outlook. The index reads like an FAQ and you can use the book like that. However, there is a strong build up, one chapter leading to the next, as optimized path to understanding all the interconnected, moving parts. Blockchains are not a trivial topic. The challenges are in the implications though.
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