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"The purpose of this manuscript is to continue the dialogue on issues that are increasingly
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important to the direction of cryptoprotocols, specifically Bitcoin, and decentralized
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applications in the near future.
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This book is divided into three sections. The first third describes the current state of software
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and hardware development. The middle portion reflects on the economic conditions within the
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Bitcoin network as well as user adoption. The last third covers alternative platforms and legal
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considerations that could impact the on-boarding of users onto the Bitcoin network. "
  
  

Revision as of 02:43, 14 August 2014

* Book: Anatomy of a Money-like Informational Commodity. A study of Bitoin. Tim Swanson.

URL = https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/chainbook/The+Anatomy+of+a+Money-like+Informational+Commodity.pdf


Description

"The purpose of this manuscript is to continue the dialogue on issues that are increasingly important to the direction of cryptoprotocols, specifically Bitcoin, and decentralized applications in the near future.

This book is divided into three sections. The first third describes the current state of software and hardware development. The middle portion reflects on the economic conditions within the Bitcoin network as well as user adoption. The last third covers alternative platforms and legal considerations that could impact the on-boarding of users onto the Bitcoin network. "


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