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Author: Greg Lim
Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 98
Learning decentralized application (DApp) development on the Ethereum blockchain using the Solidity programming language.
Author: Arshdeep Bahga; Vijay Madisetti
Publisher: VPT Pages: 380
A blockchain stack comprising a decentralized computation platform, a decentralized messaging platform, and a decentralized storage platform is described.
Author: Daniel Drescher
Publisher: Apress Pages: 253
This book bridges the gap that exists between purely technical books about the blockchain and purely business-focused books.
Author: Bellaj Badr; Richard Horrocks; Xun (Brian) Wu
Publisher: Packt Pages: 528
This book will walk you through the process of building multiple blockchain projects with different complexity levels and hurdles.
Author: Don Tapscott; Alex Tapscott
Publisher: Portfolio Pages: 432
Blockchain is the ingeniously simple, revolutionary protocol that allows transactions to be simultaneously anonymous and secure by maintaining a tamperproof public ledger of value.
Author: Alford Benson
Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 110
This guide is designed to be understood by anyone who may be new to the world of blockchain, or those who may be looking to advance their knowledge and understanding of this protocol.
Author: Abraham K White
Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 320
This book also explains the Internet of Things, smart contracts, the Ledger of Things, as well as the application of these technologies.
Author: Johan Blake
Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 54
The sudden boom in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and the emergence of new collaborative platforms like Ethereum have brought Blockchain Technology in public domain.
Author: Artemis Caro
Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 58
Cryptocurrency and it's disruptive architecture, Blockchain, is now making the biggest revolution in the Finance sector for the last 100 years.
Author: Stephen P. Williams
Publisher: Scribner Pages: 208
Revealing how cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are just one example among dozens of transformative applications that this relatively new technology makes possible.
Author: Narayan Prusty
Publisher: Packt Pages: 266
Blockchain is a decentralized ledger that maintains a continuously growing list of data records that are secured from tampering and revision.
Author: Thomas Wiesner; Colleen Wtorek
Publisher: Draft2Digital Pages: 284
You will learn everything you need to know about the Ethereum blockchain and Smart Contract Development to get started the right way.
Author: Debajani Mohanty
Publisher: Apress Pages: 292
This book takes you through BlockChain concepts; decentralized applications; Ethereum’s architecture; Solidity smart contract programming with examples.
Author: Kenny Vaneetvelde
Publisher: Packt Pages: 106
Ethereum Projects for Beginners provides you with a clear introduction to creating cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications.
Author: Branden Lee
Publisher: Independently published Pages: 94
This guidebook will take some time to talk about Ethereum and all the things that you can do with on this platform, especially when it comes to using blockchain.
Author: Nitin Gaur; Luc Desrosiers; Petr Novotny
Publisher: Packt Pages: 460
Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Composer are open source projects that help organizations create private, permissioned blockchain networks.
Author: Eric Traub
Publisher: Packt Pages: 252
You'll learn how to build an API server to interact with your blockchain and how to host your blockchain on a decentralized network.
Author: George Gilder
Publisher: Gateway Editions Pages: 256
Google’s astonishing ability to “search and sort” attracts the entire world to its search engine and countless other goodies—videos, maps, email, calendars.
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