On the Nature of Bitcoin
During the last months in which the coronavirus lockdown rules became more strict, I did not know how to cope with the ever increazsing loss of freedom and decided to start writing a book. It isn’t my first published work and I’ve published research articles, opinions and columns for as long as I can remember. My first attempt on writing and publishing a book was when I was 11 years old. At that time I worked on an x386 Windows 3.11 computer and the old-fashioned Word software. However, I lost the floppy disk on which the file was saved and the book was lost to me. Another effort to publish a book failed in 2010. The reason for this was simple: I found out that my writing skills weren’t good enough for me to publish a book with confidence. This has changed.
However, in 2021 I felt confident enough and published my frist book ‘On the Nature of Bitcoin’. The book is all about Bitcoins role in the digital transformation of society and takes a multidimensional approach to the Bitcoin system. In the book you will learn what Bitcoin is, how it works and how well it performs as a new digital currency system. You will also learn how the decentralized blocckhain network operates and how it secures itself from hacking attacks. Ofcourse, Bitcoin is increasingly used in ransomware attacks and I will explain how governments can use KYC-verification processes to increase accountability. My book really is a smart book, with high density information and only 202 pages. It is available on Amazon in both e-book and print.