Book on Bitcoin Enters Top 3 List of Best Sellers in Amazon’s Macroeconomics Category December 11, 2020 December 11, 2020 Kelly Cromley http://1AZFjzw2#Nwf63pYaMWq#xIY
Bitcoin NewsDecember 11, 2020 by Kelly Cromley

Book on Bitcoin Enters Top 3 List of Best Sellers in Amazon’s Macroeconomics Category

A book focused on Bitcoin (BTC) has jumped into top three places in Amazon bestseller list under the category macroeconomics, providing another proof of increasing interest about cryptocurrencies from general public.

The book titled “Bitcoin: Hard Money You Can’t F*ck With: Why bitcoin will be the next global reserve currency,” published on December 2, is the third-most purchased book purchased in the Kindle macroeconomics classification. The book was published on December 2.

With respect to new publication in the aforesaid category, the book takes the numero uno position.

The book was written by Jason Williams, a Bitcoin advocate, entrepreneur and co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital Assets, the crypto-centered investment division of Morgan Creek Capital.

Of late, Williams sold his 2007 model Chevrolet Suburban for 0.4 BTC. His Twitter feed indicates that he has been personally purchasing considerable quantity of Bitcoin in 2020.

Williams’ book provides an introductory on Bitcoin for those who don’t have adequate knowledge about the asset categories. Amazon web page pertaining to the book details as stated below:

“Hard Money You Can’t F*ck With explains bitcoin in simple, readable terms and maps out how this ‘magic internet money’ will grow into the best form of money we’ve ever had.”

The book consists of three key sections that explains why Bitcoin is very important currently, an introduction about fiat money and how Bitcoin can take the place of global reserve currency.

It seems that appeal for Bitcoin among retail investors is rising again, probably as an outcome of Bitcoin’s sharp rally in the past months. Google searches for “Bitcoin” skyrocketed in the final week of September, and once again in November.

Retail FOMO (fear of missing out) fueled the 2017 bull rally, but there are no such signs this year. Google search trends the response for Williams’ book could be considered as a reflection of general public’s eagerness in the crypto currency.

AuthorKelly Cromley

Kelly is our in house crytpto researcher, delving into the stories which matter from blockchains being used in the real world to new ico coming out.