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Blockchain: 6 ways to master the technology in 2018

There can never be enough developers that have blockchain technology in their skillset. For those who look to master the technology, check out these six sources . . .

  1. Let's talk Bitcoin
    Andreas Antonopoulos is a known author (we specially recommend Mastering Bitcoin: Programming the Open Blockchain), he is host of Let´s talk Bitcoin podcast and has a highly valued YouTube Channel.

  2. Epicenter
    Epicenter has been around since 2013. If you don´t know them, there is a lot of catching up to do. They have already run 216 episodes. Hosted by Brian Fabian Crain, Sebastien Couture and Meher Roy.

  3. Blockchaincurated
    Very smart set-up. They select only the top 1% of crypto related articles, convert them into weekly podcasts and send them to you. Voila!

  4. Bitcoin.kn
    The host of this podcast, Trace Mayer, is an early advocate of Bitcoin and investor in key infrasctucture (Kraken, Armory, Bitpay, Bitmain).

  5. Cryptovoices
    They have two different podcasts, one generic on cryptoeconomics and one focused on blockchain tech. They also publish interesting charts (hashrate growth, node count, block difficulty, address growth).

  6. Follow any/all of these people on Twitter:
    @VitalikButerin
    Co-creator and inventor of Ethereum.
    @ethereumJoseph
    Joe Lubin, Co-founder of ethereumproject & Founder of ConsenSys.
    @pwuille
    Pieter Wuille, Blockstream co-founder. Bitcoin developer.
    @SatoshiLite
    Charlie Lee, creator of Litecoin. Ex-Director of Engineering at Coinbase.
    @officialmcafee
    John McAfee, Chief Cybersecurity Visionary of MGT.
    @naval
    Naval Ravikant, Co-founder of AngelList.
    @brianbehlendorf
    Exec Director at the Hyperledger Project.
    @starkness
    Elizabeth Stark, Co-founder at Lightning.

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