What is the best book on crypto?

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What is the best book on crypto?

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Jogn Cartman Jogn Cartman edited answer

I don’t think that a particular book can teach you everything about crypto. In this industry, it’s better to rely on your own because there is no such thing as a working formula or system that you have to follow. You have to build your own working strategy, and to do that, you have to learn from your own mistakes. So guys, if some of you are interested in starting as a freelancer in this industry, I suggest you start with some crypto transactions and see how everything will go on. Wish you guys the best of luck.

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Benjamin

Digital Gold. The Untold Story of Bitcoin
Although I think a lot of the books in this industry are always a little dated. I recently searched for something about filecoin, and I could only find information on the site http://filecoin365.kr/

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For a pre-computer history of cryptology, see The Code Breakers, by David Kahn. For an elementary exposition, see Cryptography Decrypted, by H. X. Mel and Doris M. Baker or The Code Book by Simon Singh. For a general introduction to a lot of algorithms, with source code, see Applied Cryptography by Bruce Schneier. This book is partially superseded by Practical Cryptography, by Niels Ferguson and Bruce Schneier. For a more mathematical reference work, and the best freely downloadable crypto book, see Handbook of Applied Cryptography, by Alfred J. Menezes, Paul C. van Oorschot, and Scott Vanstone. http://www.cacr.math.uwaterloo.ca/hac/ For a good textbook, see Cryptography Theory and Practice, by Douglas Stinson. See also Modern Cryptography: Theory and Practice, by Wenbo Mao. For a college course, see these U. of Washington class lectures. http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/courses/csep590/06wi/lectures/ For a textbook with emphasis on mathematical background, see A Course in Number

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For a pre-computer history of cryptology, see The Code Breakers, by David Kahn. For an elementary exposition, see Cryptography Decrypted, by H. X. Mel and Doris M. Baker or The Code Book by Simon Singh. For a general introduction to a lot of algorithms, with source code, see Applied Cryptography by Bruce Schneier. This book is partially superseded by Practical Cryptography, by Niels Ferguson and Bruce Schneier. For a more mathematical reference work, and the best freely downloadable crypto book, see Handbook of Applied Cryptography, by Alfred J. Menezes, Paul C. van Oorschot, and Scott Vanstone. For a good textbook, see Cryptography Theory and Practice, by Douglas Stinson. For a textbook with emphasis on mathematical background, see A Course in Number Theory and Cryptography, (Graduate Texts in Math. No. 114, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987, Second edition, 1994), by Neil Koblitz. For a broader view of system security, see Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distribute

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For a pre-computer history of cryptology, see The Code Breakers, by David Kahn. For an elementary exposition, see Cryptography Decrypted, by H. X. Mel or The Code Book by Simon Singh. For a general introduction to a lot of algorithms, with source code, see Applied Cryptography by Bruce Schneier. This book is partially superseded by Practical Cryptography, by Niels Ferguson and Bruce Schneier. For a more mathematical reference work, and the best freely downloadable crypto book, see Handbook of Applied Cryptography, by Alfred J. Menezes, Paul C. van Oorschot, and Scott Vanstone. For a broader view of system security, see Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems, by Ross Anderson. For producing secure software,see Writing Secure Code, by Michael Howard and David C. LeBlanc. Bill Gates recommends the book. For a popular account of crypto politics, see Crypto, by Steven Levy.

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