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Jeff Brown The Near Future Report

The math behind cryptocurrencies.
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These are some other resources that I recommend:

Original Bitcoin paper: f

Block explorer: /

Blog post by Michael Nielsen: 3
This video is especially useful for understanding how transactions look, which is something that this video didn’t cover )
Video by CuriousInventor – E

Video by Anders Brownworth: 8

Ethereum white paper: T

Animations made mainly with manim, an open-source scrappy python library. m

You can check it out if you’re interested. It is not the best-documented tool and it has many quirks that you would expect from a library created by someone for their own personal use.

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