- Title: A Mind Friendly Guide to Blockchain and Digital Currencies
- Author: Ashraf Kotb
- Genre: Computers, Technology, Web Encryption, 90-Minute Computers, Technology Short Reads
- Length: 57 pages
- Publication Date: May 30, 2020
A Mind Friendly Guide to Blockchain and Digital Currencies – Synopsis
Your Mind Friendly Guide to Blockchain & Digital Currencies
Technological innovation will be the best and the encouraging part of our phase of the Industrial Revolution. Intelligent robotics, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles, nanotechnology, biotechnology, digital fabrication, synthetic biology, computation design, energy storage, quantum computing and the Internet of Things will be the milestones set in the latest Industrial
Undeniably, one of the most hyped technologies of our era, is the “Blockchain” technology and digital currencies: a technology that promises more digitalised and decentralised economies. Recently, blockchain technology redefined the Internet and led to the emergence of a new type of Internet where digital information is distributed freely.
This book is an easy guide to understanding the concepts of blockchain for beginners, and those who want to explore this field either through technology or financial investment. This book belongs to our series of books under the theme “Mind Friendly”. Our books seek to introduce complex concepts in a friendly language to all readers without sacrificing the quality of contents or the appropriate level of depth.
About the Author
Ashraf Kotb is a senior Information Manager with over 21 years of experience in scaling digital businesses and implementing transformation multi-million IT solutions for large enterprises, including many years of experience with large technology multinationals such as Microsoft and Hitachi.
During his 21 years of experience, he has acted as a technical lead and delivery manager to deliver key digital projects and service improvement programs leading to double digit business growth.
In addition to his considerable enterprise experience, he also holds a B.Sc degree in Science, an MBA (IT Management), an M.Sc in IT Management, and an M.Sc in Engineering Management degree from the University of Leicester, UK. He is also a PhD candidate with the same university.