DigiByte’s Jared Tate: Do judge a blockchain book by its cover

"Currently, the blockchain industry is full of misinformation, misunderstandings, fraud and often only focused on financial applications or a quick buck. My new book is meant to clear up the fog of blockchain"

Earlier this year, Jared Tate, the founder and creator of the DigiByte blockchain, took to Twitter to give a sneak peek of his new book, Blockchain 2035: The Digital DNA of Internet 3.0.

And he is now seeking feedback on the cover.

The book is expected to ship by the end of May or beginning of June (you can order a copy here). Tate says that it is his response to thousands of questions he has received over the past seven years about what a blockchain is and what it means for the future of the planet.

“This revolutionary technology will work its way into our everyday lives in ways no one is even talking about yet,” he comments.

“Currently, the blockchain industry is full of misinformation, misunderstandings, fraud and often only focused on financial applications or a quick buck. This book is meant to clear up the fog of blockchain and be a guide for, executives, developers, investors, consumers, and government officials to help better understand what this mysterious technology is and how they can apply it in the future.”

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