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“Blockchain will be bigger than the dotcom boom,” says author of new book on cryptocurrency trading

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Trading Cryptocurrencies: A Beginner’s Guide – Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin by Clem Chambers is an invaluable guide to making money in cryptocurrencies: how they work, how to invest in them, trading cryptocoins, mining, and the technical details behind them.

Bitcoin is going wild, with a valuation that has gone from zero to higher than $6,000 in just four years. Altcoins are springing up like mushrooms; some will thrive and others will fade away. Blockchain is the new buzzword that everyone is excited about.

It’s the dotcom bubble all over again, and if you can trade it and not blow your account up you can make a killing.

Using layman’s terms, the guide shows the reader where to start in the exciting world of cryptocurrencies. Talking from first-hand experience, Chambers covers what cryptocurrencies are, how they work and how to make money from them. From the ground up, the book explains how Bitcoin exchanges and trading sites work and walks the reader through their first purchase of Bitcoins and other cryptocoins.

“Bitcoin is a financial phenomenon,” said Clem Chambers. “This is a down and dirty guide on how to trade cryptocurrency now. I have had huge returns using the techniques I explain in the book. I’ve written this book to slingshot the reader into the amazing world of cryptocoin trading, so they can get up to speed in the quickest possible time. There are market tides that must be taken at the flood. This is a cheat sheet to this incredible financial riptide.”

Available now for the Kindle – paperback coming in December. Click here to buy the book.

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