The Princeton Bitcoin Book by Arvind Narayanan, Joseph Bonneau, Edward Felten,
Andrew Miller and Steven Goldfeder is a giveaway download — it’s over 300 pages and is dictated for people “looking to truly know how Bitcoin works during a technical turn and have a simple laxity with mechanism scholarship and programming.”
It’ll be a earthy book from Princeton University Press this summer.
Several courses have already used an progressing breeze of a book in their classes, including Stanford’s CS 251. If you’re an instructor looking to use a book in your class, we acquire we to hit us, and we’d be happy to share additional training materials with you.
Online march and extra materials. The Coursera march concomitant this book had 30,000 students in a initial version, and it was a success formed on rendezvous and end-of-course feedback.
We devise to offer a chronicle with some improvements shortly. Specifically, we’ll be integrating a programming assignments grown for a Stanford march with a own, with Dan Boneh’s friendly permission. We also have tenative skeleton to record a harangue on Ethereum (we’ve combined a contention of Ethereum to a book in Chapter 10).
The Princeton Bitcoin text is now