Book Review: Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow

Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow

I received a free electronic review copy of this book via Voracious Readers Only. All thoughts and opinions shared are my own.

Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow follows programmer Jong He as he goes from starting a new position in Financial Technology (FinTech) to getting mixed up in the Chinese cryptocurrency crime scene. Attacks on big banks, the wealthy, and unknowing investors. Arrests on Chinese New Year. The return of missing family. Angry Argentine criminals. Who knew cryptocurrency could cause so much trouble.

I’m not a very techy person and I know nothing about cryptocurrencies, but I still enjoyed the story. The author does include explanations of various tech terms as well as aspects of Chinese culture. These tidbits of info are for anyone who knows very little or nothing at all about tech or Chinese culture. I certainly appreciated them.

The story itself was very well put together. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was cryptocurrency fraud happening all over the world, just not to this extent. The author does a great job of tying together events that are seemingly unrelated. Everything comes full circle and there are loose ends. Bitcoin Clowns is actually the third book in a series but it also works well as a stand alone.

I would Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow to people with an interest in cryptocurrencies and financial tech. This could be good book if you want a glimpse into Chinese culture since it is set in Shanghai.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you have a lovely day.

XOXO ~ Amber Rose

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