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February 28, 2017, 11:56:28 PM
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there is a course in coursera.org, is quite good, they leave tasks for implmenting some features about the btc. you can find it in the site search for cryptocurrency.

I am aware. Already downloading, read good reviews on the site itself.

For anyone interested, you can find the course here.

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March 01, 2017, 12:14:05 AM
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bitcoin,com for developer.... read it, you will find alot info, tutorial
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March 01, 2017, 12:15:46 AM
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bitcoin,com for developer.... read it, you will find alot info, tutorial

Wow awesome! Why didn't it occur to me before darnit! You must be the new Einstein!

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March 04, 2017, 10:27:17 PM
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I also started to learn more about bitcoin and blockchain and how everything works. I read Mastering Bitcoin, which you can find here: https://github.com/bitcoinbook/bitcoinbook. I find it pretty good to read and easy to understand when you are a beginner.
I am currently working on a blockchain parser and I am learning a lot. If you know any programming language, I recommend to do this. You will learn to parse the binary data, how transaction inputs and outputs work and much more. While I am programming the parse, one tab is on the bitcoin developers documentation (https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-documentation).

I am not sure what else you could besides that when it comes to understand the underlaying technique.

If you would like to read some academia related topics, I guess you should look out for papers and use the references to go from one paper to another one.

I am going to have a so called 'Financial Crypto' course at my uni next semester. I guess I could provide some more information about what we are exactly learning and what resources we use. I am not sure yet if it is going to be more about the math or in general Cheesy


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March 05, 2017, 09:55:27 AM
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I also started .....

As you may have noticed I had already linked to the book on the OP, thank you for sharing the Git link I believe it will help people here looking for that book.

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I am going to have a so called 'Financial Crypto' course at my uni ...

YES! A big yes! That will help tremendously! Remember when you share anything here or with me on this subject it will go public. So make sure that your personal info are well masked out when you are sharing any kind of notes or study materials from your University; i.e if you want to remain anonymous.


About following research papers, yes, I am collecting links and publishing data at the moment, after I have gone through a few beginner books & tutorials that I mentioned earlier; I'm going actively collect and reiterate research papers on blockchain and bitcoin, hopefully I will be able to translate it in an easy to digest form for the average newcomer in my shoes.

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March 05, 2017, 01:15:32 PM
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I also started .....

As you may have noticed I had already linked to the book on the OP, thank you for sharing the Git link I believe it will help people here looking for that book.
Yes, I noticed it, but you linked it to amazon. That's why I added the git link Wink If someone is not able to buy it, it's a good source.


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YES! A big yes! That will help tremendously! Remember when you share anything here or with me on this subject it will go public. So make sure that your personal info are well masked out when you are sharing any kind of notes or study materials from your University; i.e if you want to remain anonymous.
Yep, I will do that. First I will see what it is and if it is going to be helpful. My next semester starts somewhere in April, so there is still some time to go till then.


About following research papers, yes, I am collecting links and publishing data at the moment, after I have gone through a few beginner books & tutorials that I mentioned earlier; I'm going actively collect and reiterate research papers on blockchain and bitcoin, hopefully I will be able to translate it in an easy to digest form for the average newcomer in my shoes.
Are you planning on creating a platform or something where you share materials, tutorials or something?

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March 19, 2017, 04:19:27 PM
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Are you planning on creating a platform or something where you share materials, tutorials or something?

That's the plan. Yes Smiley You or anyone willing to help with resources etc are most welcome to discuss the details through PM.

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March 19, 2017, 11:21:10 PM
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Are you planning on creating a platform or something where you share materials, tutorials or something?

That's the plan. Yes Smiley You or anyone willing to help with resources etc are most welcome to discuss the details through PM.
just about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies materials  or some other subjects too

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March 20, 2017, 08:56:38 AM
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Are you planning on creating a platform or something where you share materials, tutorials or something?

That's the plan. Yes Smiley You or anyone willing to help with resources etc are most welcome to discuss the details through PM.
Sounds like a good idea Smiley
As soon as I start with my Financial Crypto course, I will be able to tell you more. I am not sure if people need proper knowledge in Cryptographie. I had a Crypto course which is based on "Introduction to Modern Cryptography" (https://www.amazon.de/Introduction-Cryptography-Chapman-Network-Security/dp/1466570261)  and was done by Prof. Alexander May (http://www.cits.rub.de/personen/may.html).

There are also the lecture pdf files:
Since they are in German, this might be a problem for the most Cheesy But you can have a look into it and we could discuss if it is interesting.

I also had been thinking about writing a bit about how to parse the blockchain and explain how certain things work. During my programming time, I felt that many technical details are not well written and I spent a lot of time on figuring out how it works.

I am not sure what exactly you plan and how it should look. If this is something which would fit in there, great Smiley


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March 22, 2017, 12:18:50 PM
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Are you planning on creating a platform or something where you share materials, tutorials or something?

That's the plan. Yes Smiley You or anyone willing to help with resources etc are most welcome to discuss the details through PM.
Sounds like a good idea Smiley
As soon as I start with my Financial Crypto course, I will be able to tell you more. I am not sure if people need proper knowledge in Cryptographie. I had a Crypto course which is based on "Introduction to Modern Cryptography" (https://www.amazon.de/Introduction-Cryptography-Chapman-Network-Security/dp/1466570261)  and was done by Prof. Alexander May (http://www.cits.rub.de/personen/may.html).

There are also the lecture pdf files:
Since they are in German, this might be a problem for the most Cheesy But you can have a look into it and we could discuss if it is interesting.

I also had been thinking about writing a bit about how to parse the blockchain and explain how certain things work. During my programming time, I felt that many technical details are not well written and I spent a lot of time on figuring out how it works.

I am not sure what exactly you plan and how it should look. If this is something which would fit in there, great Smiley



Yes this should fit in nicely Smiley I have been occupied with my own problems so progress is a bit slow. I will get to you through PM and explain more about the platform.
For now I'd request you to dump any learning resource that you may come across over here in this thread so people can access them.

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March 22, 2017, 01:21:29 PM
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Yea sure, no problem Smiley Take your time, no rush Wink


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Sure, I will do so Smiley

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March 30, 2017, 04:42:47 PM
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bitcoin,com for developer.... read it, you will find alot info, tutorial
:DThank you, I have been looking for books on this aspect.
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