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July 31, 2017, 10:51:36 PM
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I want to know every technical terms of cryptocurrencies so that I can better understand them. I don't really know that much about how it works, so this would really help me out, cheers!

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Oh, so this is the correct section then. Thank ls mods for moving it. Well anyways I'll bump this up to get replies.

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August 02, 2017, 10:57:39 AM
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Depends on how deep you want to get into cryptocurrencies, but I suggest doing alot of reading. One of the greatest personalities in crypto (in my opinion), Andreas M. Antonopoulos, has 2 books about bitcoin and another book about ethereum coming up next year. I suggest that you take a look at these books at: https://antonopoulos.com/books/

Disclaimer: I'm in no way affiliated with him. I just admire his knowledge

If you're not that much of a reader though, try out youtube. Lookup Crypt0 and Boxmining. Best of luck to you on your crypto journey.

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August 02, 2017, 11:05:45 AM
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Depends on how deep you want to get into cryptocurrencies, but I suggest doing alot of reading. One of the greatest personalities in crypto (in my opinion), Andreas M. Antonopoulos, has 2 books about bitcoin and another book about ethereum coming up next year. I suggest that you take a look at these books at: https://antonopoulos.com/books/

Disclaimer: I'm in no way affiliated with him. I just admire his knowledge

If you're not that much of a reader though, try out youtube. Lookup Crypt0 and Boxmining. Best of luck to you on your crypto journey.

Thanks for the share bro, This will really help me out understanding things that I am unaware of, Knowing more about cryptocurrencies really helps.

Thanks once again!

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August 02, 2017, 11:19:10 AM
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Depends on how deep you want to get into cryptocurrencies, but I suggest doing alot of reading. One of the greatest personalities in crypto (in my opinion), Andreas M. Antonopoulos, has 2 books about bitcoin and another book about ethereum coming up next year. I suggest that you take a look at these books at: https://antonopoulos.com/books/

Disclaimer: I'm in no way affiliated with him. I just admire his knowledge

If you're not that much of a reader though, try out youtube. Lookup Crypt0 and Boxmining. Best of luck to you on your crypto journey.

Thanks for sharing the link for the book. I'm also curious about how cryptocurrency.
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August 02, 2017, 03:53:33 PM
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I want to know every technical terms of cryptocurrencies so that I can better understand them. I don't really know that much about how it works, so this would really help me out, cheers!

Keep in mind that this is a fast evolving technology, so there is the risk that it changes significantly by the time you catch up.
I suggest you start reading the basics of Distributed Ledger Technologies, a sort of common ground for all the different existing architectures. Then I would pass to the "historic" cases (sounds kind of strange for something didn't exist 10 years ago) of BlockChain, with the practical examples of BitCoin and Ethereum. Finally you can explore more exotic alternatives which respond to some of the issues / limitations of BlockChain, like IOTA.
Are you interested just in financial applications / speculation or are you planning to evaluate the use of DLT for different applications?
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