Tag: Distributed Ledger

Deloitte Survey Shows Blockchain Remains in its Hype Bubble

Blockchain technology has been touted as the technology of the future. Several years into this optimistic outlook, real-world adoption of distributed ledgers remains at a low. That doesn’t necessarily mean that blockchains aren’t going to be used on a broader scale, though. Blockchain Remains of Great Interest If a survey by Deloitte is to be believed, companies around the globe want to speed up integration of distributed ledger technology.   Although …
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How does a blockchain-type Distributed Ledger system work?

In order to explain the operation of blockchain-type Distributed Ledgers, it can be useful to refresh the mind on how traditional Ledgers operate, ie the “old” “Ledgers “. How old ledgers work Companies, but above all banks and public administrations have used Ledgers to manage the accounting and archiving of data and accounting transactions. The Public Administrations, in turn,  based on the Ledgers the registrations and transfers of properties for …
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What Are Private Blockchains and What Purposes Do They Serve?

These days, the market is filled with both public and private blockchains, yet due to their similarities, many people tend to confuse the two. In this article, we will attempt to eliminate the confusion surrounding private blockchains and their purposes.  The Similarities Both public and private blockchain networks are decentralized and distributed P2P ledgers that safely record and store information through transactions. Additionally, both provide immutability guarantees and are kept in sync …
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What is the CoCo Blockchain Framework?

Bringing blockchain technology to the enterprise is a top priority for Microsoft. Other projects in the cryptocurrency and blockchain sphere are working toward a similar goal. Microsoft’s CoCo Framework for enterprise blockchain networks may very well prove to be a game changer. Microsoft aims to facilitate the adoption of distributed ledger technology in the enterprise sector, and a unified framework would certainly help make that happen. CoCo is Completely Open-Source It is …
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