Tuesday, May 29, 2018

A Blockchain - Illustrated

You may wonder what's so different about a Blockchain, having already used so many peer-to-peer networks. The biggest hope is that it will bring transparency to connections in a supply chain. And each block player will have ownership of its own data - which will be cemented in time, unchanged once entered to the chain. The hype is its security - it is not, as evidenced by cryptocurrency crimes.

Illustration credit: Greg Kessler  

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