Fintech: Hacking, Blockchain, Big Data, Cryptocurrency

  • by Eliot P. Reznor
  • Narrated by Alex Lancer
  • 5 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you want to finally get a grip on fin-tech today? Do you see everyone else making money with cryptocurrency? Are you tempted to start learning why fin-tech matters? Do you feel ignorant, unclear what big data is and how it can change your life? Are you terrified of growing old having wasted years not taking part in the data revolution right from the start? If you stay ignorant of fin-tech, you will be passed by.
Fintech: Hacking, Blockchain, Big Data, Cryptocurrency gets you up to speed fast, including an exploration of the history and future of cryptocurrency. This is an audiobook of knowledge and doesn’t just tell you to try harder. Life rewards those who take matters into their own hands, and this audiobook is where to start.
Fintech is full of real-life examples of how big data impacts people just like you. These examples are backed up countless data expert studies, all of which will arm you with a knowledge primed for success for using big data immediately - small, easy-to-implement changes and practical takeaways for immediate action.
In this audiobook:

Learn the history of cryptocurrency
Why should you care about becoming an expert in cryptocurrency?
What could you achieve with tips in the right direction?
The consequences of ignoring cryptocurrency in your business
How will you learn to compete in this data-driven age?

Identify the keys to mastering fin-tech
What tools are used to win at this game
Tricks for getting your feet on the ground today


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I would recommend to anybody who is concerned in any type of data. Writer’s examples of what would be possible with big data can just be simple human over-optimism.
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- muzainah


The author’s examples are perfect about how companies already begin to collect data and use it to mark major verdicts, but I would've liked to read more about how, exactly, that data was composed examined, and used. Additional practical examples would've been restored as different to academic context.
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- corneliusdavid

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-11-2017
  • Publisher: EPR Publishing