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Blockchains create an immutable ledger by securely encrypting data using a cryptographic hash

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Blockchain is a distributed public ledger that monitors and registers the transactions made between interconnected nodes within a network. It has helped businesses create new trustful and verifiable networks by guaranteeing the validity of a transaction from three pillars: transparency, immutability and decentralisation.

Transparency

Blockchain users are assigned a public address that doesn’t identify them. These public addresses are open and can be viewed by anyone along with their transactions providing an unprecedented level of transparency.

Immutability

Transactions on the network are stored within blocks. Each block is intrinsically linked to the one before and after it (hence “blockchain”). With the blocks being linked and decentralised, tampering becomes extremely difficult.

Decentralisation

Collaboration across different devices enables anyone to transact and/or participate within the blockchain. The more decentralised a network becomes the more resistant it is to ever being compromised.

By running in a decentralised format, blockchain networks have no parent authority — every bit of data is hosted by millions of computers at the same time. This means that information can’t be owned by a single entity. Instead, it is shared by all parties who are part of the network. As a result, all records are public and easily validated, while also being accessible internet-wide. 

However, public data also has to be safe. That’s why blockchain makes use of cryptographic hash functions to become immutable. Massive amounts of calculations and algorithms are run on every node of a network to keep data secure. Simply put, once data is uploaded to a blockchain, it becomes non-tamperable.

Finally, blockchain networks have introduced a new level of transparency never seen before in any financial system. Although all transactions are public, individual identities remain hidden via complex encryption and are only represented by a public address. This preserves privacy to a certain extent but also forces honest transactions within the network.

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Supports the World of Cryptocurrencies

Blockchain services protect your identity by covering it up with strong and uncrackable cryptography. This means that individual users cannot be linked to public blockchain addresses.

What are Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrencies are a digital asset that started as a medium of exchange for people to buy goods and services. Over time, their functionality has expanded.

What is a Crypto Wallet?

Crypto wallets are places to store digital assets more securely than just on an exchange. You can hold a wallet linked to an exchange account or via self-custody.

How are Cryptocurrency Transactions Recorded?

Cryptocurrency transactions are recorded on a shared, digital ledger called a blockchain. This is decentralised technology, spread across many computers, that records every transaction.

What are Other Functions of Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrency value can be pegged to underlying asset such as U.S. dollar, privacy coins (where senders and receivers are anonymous), governance tokens (gives owners the right to vote), utility tokens, and non-fungible tokens (distinct characteristics from all others).

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Smart Contracts

We’re in it for the long haul, and we hope you are too! Blockchain technology will revolutionise the way we see and interact with the world

Speed, Efficiency & Accuracy

Once a condition is met the contract is executed immediately. Because smart contracts are digital and automated there’s no paperwork to process and no time spent reconciling errors that often result from manually filling in documents.

Trust & transparency

Because there’s no third party involved, and because encrypted records of transactions are shared across participants, there’s no need to question whether information has been altered for personal benefit.

Security

Blockchain transaction records are encrypted, which makes them very hard to hack. Moreover, because each record is connected to the previous and subsequent records on a distributed ledger, hackers would have to alter the entire chain to change a single record.

Savings

Smart contracts remove the need for intermediaries to handle transactions and by extension, their associated time delays and fees. An opportunity to discover new applications, culture, philosophy and business models suitable for the decentralised businesses of the future.

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