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Morehouse Grad, Eric Guthrie, publishes book "Blockchain or Die"
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on September 27, 2019

The author of Blockchain or Die is the first African-American author to Complete a Book Initial Coin Offering (ICO) on the Publica Blockchain

Arlington, VA, USA, September 3, 2019 –

Investors are making billions investing in cryptocurrencies, but they are risky and highly volatile. For example, Bitcoin started trading at .003 cent a coin and in 2018 reached a high of $19,666 a coin. But there are other ways to profit from cryptocurrencies and blockchains without exposing yourself to risky investments. Blockchain or Die shows how anyone can profit from cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.

Blockchain or Die, which reached #1 New Release on Amazon, shows how the blockchain is revolutionizing industries.. Eric Guthrie Esq. a graduate of Morehouse College, is making history by partnering with Publica, a blockchain based peer-to-peer publishing platform, by being one of the first blockchain published authors and the first African-American to complete an initial coin offering for a book on a blockchain.

Organizations that adopt this new technology will thrive and the organizations that do not adopt will miss the initial benefits and competitive advantages including investments, sales, new customers, marketing and many other benefits. In other words, organizations that do not adopt blockchain may “die”.

Eric L. Guthrie, Esq., is the President of Better ME Better WE and Director of Training for the Government Blockchain Association. Eric has consulted and trained on blockchain technology, diversity and inclusion, teamwork, and leadership all over the world.

You can purchase Blockchain or Die on Amazon.com and on Publica.com.

CONTACT:
Eric L. Guthrie, Esq.
(202) 709 9219
Eric@BlockchainorDie.org
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