This book is meant to function as both a reference guide and a thorough examination of Ethereum. Anyone with a little technical know-how may finish the examples in the first two chapters, which provide a light introduction suited for new users. You will have a solid understanding of the fundamentals after reading those two chapters and be able to use Ethereum's core tools. The next chapters, which are primarily geared toward programmers, contain many technical subjects and examples of programming.
To serve as both a reference manual and a cover-to-cover narrative about Ethereum, the book inevitably contains some duplication. Some topics, such as gas, have to be introduced early enough for the rest of the topics to make sense, but are also examined in depth in their own sections.
Finally, the book’s index allows readers to find very specific topics and the relevant sections with ease, by keyword.