Mechanistic Models of Asymmetric Reductions: Atsuyoshi Ohno, Satoshi Ushida
Mechanistic Models of Asymmetric Reductions: Atsuyoshi Ohno, Satoshi Ushida
Mechanistic Models of Asymmetric Reductions:Lecture Notes in Bio-Organic Chemistry. 1986. Auflage Atsuyoshi Ohno, Satoshi Ushida
Mechanistic Models of Asymmetric Reductions:Lecture Notes in Bio-Organic Chemistry. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986. Atsuyoshi Ohno, Satoshi Ushida
ADAPTIVE FREE-KNOT SPLINES AND INFERENCE:Free-knot splines and adaptive model selection Satoshi Miyata
Traditional currencies operate on a centralized model that is heavily regulated by the national government that issues it. Bitcoin, however, is a decentralized virtual currency that was created in 2008-2009 by a mysterious figure known only as Satoshi Nakamoto. In recent years, its growing popularity has caused its value to skyrocket. Bitcoin is not regulated by any centralized institution, but rather by the vast peer-to-peer network that enables it to exist and function. This keeps it from being manipulated and/or used to support the interests of a few wealthy, elite individuals in power. In this way, it functions as a ´´people´s currency´´. There is a lot of hype surrounding Bitcoin. It has been featured in news and periodical articles, as well as television shows. It seems to be a buzzword that is quickly becoming embedded in popular culture. Many people have heard of it and know that it is a ´´virtual currency,´´ but what does that mean?Bitcoin is used in countries all around the world. Some countries, such as Japan and Switzerland, are openly embracing it and supporting it with government policies that accept it. Other countries, such as the United States, are trying to find ways to regulate it, while others, such as China, have entirely banned any transactions that use Bitcoin, under penalty of imprisonment. Because it is such a far-reaching global phenomenon - and continuing to grow by the day - anyone would do well to understand exactly what it is. Bitcoin is safer than many other financial systems because it is not subject to regulation or manipulation, and because its underlying system, blockchain, is inherently resistant to hacks and security security breaches that plague other financial institutions. However, there have been infamous hacks of Bitcoin wallets, in which people lost large quantities of money. Among other things, this audiobook will help you know with confidence how you can remain safe and secure on the Bit 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dean Eby. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/093528/bk_acx0_093528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The only guide you need to understand the mechanics behind blockchain technology. This book will help you better understand blockchain, a new computer technology that is changing everything from how financial transactions are made to financial systems themselves. Unlike many other new technologies that emerge on the market, blockchain does not build on pre-existing technology. It actually created an entirely new model for how computer programs can run: in a decentralized, peer-to-peer, open-source manner that is not only virtually impenetrable, but also does not require trusted mediaries to authorize transactions. Blockchain´s origins go back to the early 1990s, the time when the Internet was beginning to become more accessible to the public. The full concept was laid out in 2008 with Satoshi Nakamoto´s white paper on his proposed cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. He developed the blockchain concept into a fully operational program that provides the best security features in all of cyber security. Some programmers saw that blockchain could be used for programs other than Bitcoin. They went on to develop powerful networks such as Ethereum and Blockstack, while other programmers began to experiment with other practical applications that blockchain had. The potential of blockchain is enormous. It enables highly secure transactions that cannot be tampered with. One feature of blockchain, the smart contract, even ensures that all parties involved in a contract carry out their prescribed duties - without the need for any trusted third party or middleman! Thus, there is no need for haggling, disputing claims, or going back and forth on each party´s responsibility.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dominic Carlos. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/092704/bk_acx0_092704_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Blockchain is a revolutionary computer programming technology that was first proposed in 2008 with Satoshi Nakamoto’s white paper on bitcoin. However, its roots go far deeper, as Nakamoto’s white paper actually built on advances and ideas in cryptography and cybersecurity that date all the way back to the early 1990s. Today, blockchain is turning into an Internet phenomenon that is changing how we think of cybersecurity and how data can be safely managed and maintained. This book will give you a detailed, under-the-hood look at how blockchain works. The first chapter will go into detail about the model that most of the Internet is based on, the client-server model, and why it is showing signs of age. The Internet is unable to keep up with the popularity that it has spawned, and it is facing increasing challenges at keeping up with its own demand. Additionally, the centralization of the client-server model makes the information prone to tampering, manipulation, and hacks. The second chapter will look at how blockchain technology provides the answers to many of the problems created by the aging client-server model. The third chapter takes a technical look at how blockchain works, but in a way that is easy for newbies to understand. It looks carefully at what different terms mean and explains them in an easy-to-understand format. It then details how a blockchain transaction works, from beginning to end. By the time you finish listening to this chapter, you will feel confident that any information that you send over a blockchain is safe and will reach its destination in one piece. Blockchain isn’t without its problems, though. The fourth chapter will explore some of the problems that blockchain is facing as it matures and enters the world of mainstream business and finance. These problems include legal issues, environmental issues, scalability issues, and consensus issues. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Wood. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114338/bk_acx0_114338_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Blockchain is a revolutionary computer programming technology that was first proposed in 2008 with Satoshi Nakamoto’s white paper on bitcoin. However, its roots go far deeper, as Nakamoto’s white paper actually built on advances and ideas in cryptography and cybersecurity that date all the way back to the early 1990s. Today, blockchain is turning into an Internet phenomenon that is changing how we think of cybersecurity and how data can be safely managed and maintained. Whether you are interested in what the blockchain is, how it works, or how to make money with the blockchain, all the answers you are looking for can be found in this guide. The topics covered in book 1 include: What blockchain technology is Brief history of blockchain The concept behind the distributed ledger Smart contracts 51 percent attack Uses of the blockchain technology Other types of blockchain Impact of blockchain technology Big data, privacy, and personal data Limitations and challenges Advantages and disadvantages of using blockchain Cryptocurrencies Ways to earn a profit The future of blockchain The topics covered in book 2 include: The client-server model How the blockchain provides answers to problems created by an aging client-server model The functioning of the blockchain, meaning of the different terms Legal, environmental, scalability and consensus issues + solutions How to generate money as a minor, step-by-step Other ways you can make money The topics covered in book 3 include: Information on the different types of blockchains, their uses, and some of the controversy surrounding them Learning how to build your own blockchain The innovative ways that major companies like M 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Wood. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117540/bk_acx0_117540_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.