What You Need To Know About Bitcoin and the Cryptocurrency Revolution
The introduction of Bitcoin trading in two of the world’s largest futures exchange, the CME and CBOE added further authority to Bitcoin and by association the other cryptocurrencies. The New York Stock Exchange also filed to list Bitcoin ETFs in late 2017, allowing traders to invest on the future of cryptocurrency in a simplified manner.
The Initial Coin Offering (ICO) market really took off in 2017, gaining momentum as way of raising capital for new technology companies. ICOs were quite effective as a high-speed and low-cost alternative to raising venture capital money, bringing in many new unseasoned investors.
Governments worldwide scrambled to educate themselves and their populace about investing in cryptocurrencies. Major cryptocurrency trading countries China and South Korea have both moved aggressively to stifle trading, while other governments embraced the use of blockchain while keeping a wary eye on ICOs and trading.
What You Will Get Out of This Book
- Bitcoin and Blockchain
- Types of Blockchains
- Verification and Confirmation
- Bitcoin and Other Notable Cryptocurrencies
- Development Tools
- Adoption Milestones
- International Transactions
- Health Care
- Selling With Cryptocurrencies
- Mining Cryptocurrency
- Mining Pools
- Cloud Mining
- Old School, Low Tech, Secure, and Cheap Wallet
- Purchase Cryptocurrency
- Initial Coin Offerings
- Other Options – Earn Cryptocurrency
- Stealth Mining
- Cryptocurrency Development Platforms
- Reflections on 2017