The Bitcoin Bible: All you need to know about bitcoins

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Benjamin Guttmann
BoD – Books on Demand, Nov 25, 2013 - Political Science - 248 pages
The editor of The Bitcoin Bible, Benjamin Guttmann, is currently among the leading experts regarding crypto currencies in general and Bitcoins specifically. He is a journalist, concentrating mainly on politics and economic topics. The book consists partly of his own analysis and insight about Bitcoin and partly of articles collected from the most prominent and knowledgeable experts and authors and media on this topic.
 

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Contents

RichGetRicher Effect Observed in BitCoin Digital Currency Network
1
Part 1 Hedging Shipment Delay
5
Bitcoin will prosperuntil governments or banks decide to crush it overnight
11
How To Kill Bitcoin
17
InPerson Bitcoin Exchanges Are Thriving
22
The Last Straw for Bitcoin
27
The Ghost of Bitcoin
31
Mining digital gold
53
Securing Bitcoin and Virtual Currency
88
IRS Could Begin Taxing Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currencies
94
Legal risks with virtual currencies in online games
101
Financial Criminal Enterprises Innovate To Stay Ahead Of AntiMoney Laundering And Financial Crimes Programs
105
Classifying Virtual
116
A New EconomyVirtual Currencies
123
Virtual currency
132
Virtual Currency The Legal
146

Senate committee takes a hard look at virtual currencies like Bitcoin
59
How the Internet Created Its Own Currency 63 11 MIT Technology Review
68
National Journal
73
Virtual currencies threaten to go viral
77
Buttercoin Takes a Different Path to Handling Virtual Currency
82
FinCENs Director on Virtual Currencies
155
International Journal of Community
188
The Second Bitcoin Whitepaper
217
Four years and 100 million later Bitcoins
239
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The Bitcoin Bible is probably the most comprehensive book on Bitocins on the market. In over 200 pages the book describes easy to understand, but in depth all the wide-ranging aspects of Bitcoins. Contributers are: Alec Liu, Motherboard.com Vitalik Buterin, Bitcoin Magazine Danny Ashton, bitcoinexaminer.org Daniel Stuckey, Motherboard.com Elizabeth Ploshay, Bitcoin Magazine, Citizentekk Jonathan Stacke, Blockchain John Biggs , Techcrunch Ryan Broderick, Motherboard Greg Thomas, Motherboard Pater Tenebrarum at acting-man.com Jake Maxwell Watts, Quartz

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