Many people associate blockchain with the cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Yes, it is true that it was the success of Bitcoin that gave the world insight into the blockchain technology. But Bitcoin is just one example of blockchain application.
The blockchain technology can be practically applied to any industry. Agriculture, banking, healthcare, education, e-commerce, property, mining, retail, transport and logistics, media and entertainment, automotive- the list goes on. A thorough understanding of its implementation will yield the areas where it can be applied and in what way.
The basic advantages of Blockchain technology are decentralization, immutability, security, and transparency.
- Verification is allowed without having to be dependent on third-parties.
- The append only data structure of blockchain does not allow records to be altered or deleted.
- Uses protected cryptography to secure the data ledgers.
- All the transactions and data are attached to the block after the process of maximum trust verification.
- The transactions are recorded in chronological order. Thus, all the blocks in the blockchain are time stamped.
- The ledger is distributed across every single node in the blockchain who are the participants. So, it is distributed.
- The transactions stored in the blocks are contained in millions of computers participating in the chain. Hence it is decentralized. There is no possibility that the data if lost cannot be recovered.
- The transactions that take place are transparent. The individuals who are provided authority can view the transaction.
- The origin of any ledger can be tracked along the chain to its point of origin.
- Since various consensus protocols are needed to validate the entry, it removes the risk of duplicate entry or fraud.
- With the smart contracts, the businesses can pre-set conditions on the blockchain. The automatic transactions are triggered only when the conditions are met.
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