Imagine a world where you can send money directly to someone without a bank & transaction fees it is possible only via Blockchain Technology. You don’t need a bank’s permission to access or move it, and never have to worry about a third party taking it away, or a government’s economic policy manipulating it. anyone can use the technology to run and own their own blockchains.
A blockchain is a type of database. A database structures its data into tables whereas a blockchain, like its name implies, structures its data into chunks (blocks) that are chained together and secured using cryptography. This makes it so that all blockchains are databases but not all databases are blockchains. Each block typically contains a cryptography hash, a timestamp, and transaction data. A hash is a unique digital signature generated by cryptography that links the two subsequent blocks to form a chain.
It is Based on Three Concepts,
1) Block — It is a time-bound collection of data that is published into a ledger entered into the blockchain over a given period of time
2) Chain — It is a collection of blocks that are linked together referencing hashes from the previous block. Hash is the glue that holds the blockchain together and creates trust.
3) Network — It consists of computers that host the information entering the blockchain via transaction. Before any permanent entry is made into the blockchain, all nodes verify the transaction. Nodes are computers or systems operating on a larger network.
1 ) Immutable — unchangeable, meaning a transaction or file recorded cannot be changed. It is Accurate & Secure
2) Distributed Ledger — data stored in multiple places on a computer network. Being distributed protects the blockchain from network attacks.
Types of Blockchain:
- Public Blockchains
Public blockchains are open, decentralized networks of computers accessible to anyone wanting to request or validate a transaction. For example, Bitcoin and Ethereum (ETH). It uses proof-of-work or proof-of-stake
- Private Blockchains
Private blockchains are not open, centralized and they have access restrictions. For example, Hyperledger.
- Hybrid Blockchains or Consortiums
Consortiums are a combination of public and private blockchains and contain centralized and decentralized features. For example, Energy Web Foundation, Dragonchain, and R3.
A sidechain is a blockchain running parallel to the main chain. It allows users to move digital assets between two different blockchains. For example, Liquid Network.
Types of Blockchain Development Services,
Public / Private Blockchain Development
Create Your Own Blockchain
Blockchain IoT Development
P2P Lending Blockchain Platform
Cryptocurrency Exchange Development
Blockchain Technology using Industries,
Media and entertainment
Retail and consumer goods
Banking and financial services
Travel and transportation
Benefits of Blockchain
Individual control of data
Increased efficiency and speed
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