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Master blockchain technology with this extensive training bundle, now just $19

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From cryptocurrencies to decentralized apps, blockchain technology is powering an Internet revolution. It’s a bit surprising, then, that there are so few of us who are truly aware of its capabilities. If you want to get ahead of the curve and understand how blockchain is going to impact the Web, then getting the 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle is a must. You can grab it on sale for only $19 today. 

Though blockchain is a big component of cryptocurrency trading, its potential goes far beyond that. Simply put, blockchain allows the distribution of web-based data but limits the ownership of that data to just one person. One day, it’ll allow us to securely vote in democratic elections online, trade mass sums of money, and more. The possibilities are almost limitless, which is why it’s so important to become knowledgeable.

The 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle, valued at $842, offers access to eight courses that will explain it all in plain English. You’ll get introduced to the fundamentals, learn how to code your own blockchains using JavaScript, and even get an introduction to cryptocurrencies. The courses are delivered online so you can learn when it’s convenient and you’ll enjoy access for life which means that there are no deadlines to be concerned with.

If blockchain is to be the future of the Internet, then knowing all about it could pay huge dividends. Pick up The 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle now for just $19.

 
The 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle - $19

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