Tag: Private Blockchain

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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Stratis Makes Developing Blockchain Apps Easier For Businesses

Developing applications on top of the blockchain can be quite a challenge when one does not know where to begin. Stratis wants to remove that barrier to entry, as they serve as a flexible blockchain development platform. The focus lies on being powerful and flexible, allowing the financial services business to develop the necessary tools to use this technology. Stratis Focuses on Enterprises What makes Stratis such an interesting platform is …
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Tech Bureau and Infoteria Bring Private Blockchain To Microfinance

Blockchain technology is making the rounds in many different sectors all over the world. The world’s first experiment of private blockchain technology has been recorded, thanks to Tech Bureau and Infoteria. Recording account data on this blockchain for microfinance purposes has been successful, which is a positive sign for both companies. The Private Blockchain In Microfinance When it comes to merging finance with Bitcoin technology, there is a growing need …
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Safe Cash Announces Impressive Private Blockchain Statistics

The world of Bitcoin and digital currency is no stranger to new companies daring to make some of the boldest claims in the history of mankind. Safe Cash, a direct Bitcoin competitor offering digital payment technology for traditional financial players, claims their own blockchain is 3,000 times better than Bitcoin’s. Handling a ton of transactions is one thing, but that doesn’t make the infrastructure a proper and open source blockchain …
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