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Blockchain tech is just getting started – learn to harness it for just $29

Do you know the difference between bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and blockchain? While there is definitely overlap between the three of them they are each their own thing. Right in the center is blockchain, the revolutionary and paradigm-shifting technology that is just now coming into mainstream popularity.

While 2017 might have been the year when many jumped into purchasing Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies, blockchain has been around for more than a decade. And, whereas it was once relegated to those nerdy, super-early adopters, it’s now something that many major corporations are starting to take very seriously.

Institutions have taken notice and are getting into blockchain; it’s time you do, too. But, where to start? First, you’ll want to master the concept itself. From there, you might want to invest in a project, or even build your very own one.

If this sounds interesting to you, we recommend getting started with the Blockchain Certification Advanced Training Bundle. Currently 96 percent off, just $29 from the AndroidGuys Deals Store, it’s the jumping off point that will help you to understand what makes the technology so interesting and powerful.

Some of the instruction in this two-part package is overarching, covering blockchain’s central role in the cryptocurrency craze, but most of it goes deeper, expanding your knowledge into the various ways decentralized data mining and organization impacts the world.

Your blockchain training bundle includes:

  • Get an overview of blockchain concepts & objectives
  • Learn about blockchain data structures & identifiers
  • Create blocks & add them to blockchain w/ the help of Mining
  • Buy & sell Bitcoins
  • Comprehend blockchain transaction limitations & public policies
  • Learn to use the latest blockchain tools such as Ganache, Truffle, Meta Mask, & Geth to build blockchain applications
  • Set up your own private blockchain network using Hyperledger
  • Deploy smart contracts on Ethereum

Of course you’ll learn what the blockchain is as well as the ever-expanding application behind smart contracts. But, you’ll also come to understand how cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin, are developed and employed. Moreover, you will dive into specific topics like Hyperledger, Meta Mask, and even into the ways you can create versions of your own blockchain projects.

The two courses in this bundle typically retail for $800 on their own, but our Deals Store has them for pennies on the dollar. There are more than 35 hours of training which means you’re paying less than a dollar per hour.

Hurry, and take advantage of the 96 percent savings. Who knows, maybe this time next year you’ll have your own project for others to invest in and support!


[Deal] Grab a big saving on these Anker accessories this weekend

As we approach the weekend, Anker has reduced prices on a whole host of accessories ranging from wall and wireless chargers, robotic vacuums, Bluetooth speakers, portable projectors and even a security camera. There are deals on offer for both the US and the UK, so join us after the break for more details. All of […]

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Best cases for the Samsung Galaxy S10

Smartphones aren’t getting any cheaper, and if you’ve plumped down the cash for a brand new Galaxy S10 with its glass rear panel and Infinity-O display, you should probably be looking at getting a case on it in order to protect your investment. We’ve done the legwork for you, scouring the internet for some of […]

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[TA Deals] Save 75% on subscriptions to Focus@Will and eliminate distractions

Free time doesn’t mean much if you’re constantly distracted, and annoying noises and sounds can be some of the biggest hurdles to staying productive throughout the day. Fortunately there are services like Focus@Home to help you minimize those distractions through scientifically-optimized music to help you stay focused. Even better, right now you can save big […]

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Huawei P30 and P30 Pro leaks through store listings, confirming more camera details

Huawei’s P30 and P30 Pro have shown up early on a Norwegian retail site, confirming a few more details about the device ahead of its official announcement next week. The page listings show the waterdrop notch on the phones, and another detail makes the P30 Pro’s camera seem incredibly impressive. The P30 Pro’s camera layout […]

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Amazon risks angering Prime members by pushing video ads in its mobile apps

Not content with dominating the online retail space with its 50% market share of online sales in the US, Amazon is setting its sights on Google and Facebook’s mobile ad revenue by selling video ads in its mobile apps. While the online retailer has already been testing the strategy on its iOS apps, it seems […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G is only two weeks away

The conglomerate has confirmed their 5G-enabled uber-phone is only two weeks away for Koreans, though is probably a further week away exclusively for Verizon in the US. Samsung announced their Galaxy S10 family of flagship phones back in late February, but only launched three-quarters of them earlier this month to critical acclaim. Well now the […]

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Nokia has been sending your data to China

Nokia’s been doing a pretty good job of impressing users and enthusiasts alike with their excellent, cheap devices and good job of dealing with Android updates. There’s been very little to complain about lately, and for a company that was recently on the brink of going under, things are going great. They’ve been sending your […]

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Trouble concentrating? Get more done with Focus@Will, now 75% off

Do you have trouble getting started with your homework or tasks at work? You come in, sit down, and you’re all set to go. You’ve even got your coffee sitting there next to you; things are gonna be great today. Fast forward an hour later and somehow you’re spinning your mental wheels in mud.

What do you do when even your best playlist can’t get you to concentrate? Call it a day and come back tomorrow? If only. No, what you need to do is check out Focus@Will, a service that offers more than 50 channels of curated music designed specifically with focused attention in mind.


Face it, there are few things worse than having to get through tasks or some to-do list when you can’t keep your attention on one thing at a time. The AndroidGuys Deals Store has a tremendous sale on a premium license to Focus@Will and its tens of thousands of hours of content.

Available in one-year and lifetime accounts, Focus@Will is all of the music and background noise you need to keep your attention. Be it some coffee shop chatter, ambient and down tempo spa music, or classical piano, there’s something for everyone. Heck, there’s even a channel dedicated to folks with ADHD.


Focus@Will can be listed to on pretty much any device you own, including phones, tablets, and computers. And, for those of you who own a SONOS connected speaker, you can enjoy the benefits of the service as well.


  • Make better use of your time w/ more focused attention
  • Reduce distractions from noisy coworkers, a busy office environment, or whatever draws your attention away
  • Do better work & earn the promotions & raises you deserve
  • Create a more sustainable work habit w/ over 50 channels to choose from & timed work sessions
  • Channels include acoustical, ambient, alpha chill, focus spa, classical piano, electro bach, and more many

Where to Buy

Are you ready to kick 2019 into a higher gear? It starts with being more productive with the time you have, right? Head to the AndroidGuys Deals Store and pick up a premium license to Focus@Will in one of the following options.


Opera bakes VPN into latest browser release

Our online security is becoming more and more important. From online trackers to local hackers, we need to start paying more attention to our information and how it’s exploited. Popular browser development house Opera agrees. With its latest release, the company is included a VPN in the browser itself.

With Opera 51, you will receive a free, built-in virtual private network to help secure your online habits. The update will hit users today, March 20th 2019, and is available on the Android app via the Play Store. The company’s SVP of Android development, Peter Wallman, cites several trends to lead the browser to this addition:

“By enabling Opera’s VPN, users make it very difficult for third parties to steal pieces of their information and can avoid being tracked…

…We want to make VPN adoption easy and user-friendly, especially for those who want to feel more secure on the Web but are not aware of how to do it..”

Opera is offering a key solution to increasing your online security with a VPN readily available inside the browser. The company is also clear that this is for the betterment of the user and not for other gains. The VPN is free, unlimited, and requires no login to use. While most VPNs aren’t overly pricey, they are commonly a paid service.

The devs also made is super easy to set up the new VPN services inside of Opera.

  • Download or launch Opera
  • Tap the Settings with the “O” logo in the bottom right
  • Find VPN under the options
  • Enable the feature and the region you prefer

That’s it! Clean, easy installation and you have your very own private network. This will help protect your information while on public WiFi and even help against web trackers while surfing under normal conditions. This is another addition to a great browser with security-minded features like ad block that Opera already offers.

As a reminder, all Opera updates are done regionally in waves. If you don’t immediately see the update, it’s on the way.