A distributed ledger, mostly known for Bitcoin, the first technology it enabled. Blockchain became attractive for its unmatched level of security. Its most widespread implications are digital currencies and payment systems, online privacy, smart contracts, smart property, decentralised name registration, and more.

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First released 1991
Developed by Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta
Open-source No
Used by Google, Goldman Sachs, Unilever

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According to Harvard Business Review, blockchain is a foundational technology, that can be the basis of future economy.


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