blockchain is, is a work in continuous translation manifesting in various forms.
by peers at httpdot.net, 2019, free cultural work with multi-free-culture-licenses and author’s declaration - https://httpdot.net/FCWwMFCLaAD
video installation with a text-based 9 minute looped video generated using a subtitle file and and consisting of 1426 sentences starting with or including the phrases "a blockchain is", "a blockchain is a", "a blockchain is an", "a blockchain is the", "blockchain is", "blockchain is a", "blockchain is an", "blockchain is the", "blockchain technology is", "blockchain technology is a", "blockchain technology is the", "the blockchain is", "the blockchain is a", "the blockchain is an", "the blockchain is the", "the blockchain technology is", "the blockchain technology is a" and "the blockchain technology is the", which are aggregated from 1621 web pages.
by peers at httpdot.net, 2019, free cultural work with multi-free-culture-licenses and author’s declaration - https://httpdot.net/FCWwMFCLaAD
sound installation with a 171 minute looped stereo panned audio mix from a sound recording of 420 sentences starting with or including the phrases “blockchain will”, “the blockchain will”, “blockchain is going to” and “blockchain technology will”, which are aggregated from 1621 web pages.
by peers at httpdot.net, 2019, free cultural work with multi-free-culture-licenses and author’s declaration - https://httpdot.net/FCWwMFCLaAD
video installation with a text-based 9 minute looped video generated using a subtitle file and and consisting of 1426 sentences starting with or including the phrases "a blockchain is", "a blockchain is a", "a blockchain is an", "a blockchain is the", "blockchain is", "blockchain is a", "blockchain is an", "blockchain is the", "blockchain technology is", "blockchain technology is a", "blockchain technology is the", "the blockchain is", "the blockchain is a", "the blockchain is an", "the blockchain is the", "the blockchain technology is", "the blockchain technology is a" and "the blockchain technology is the", which are aggregated from 1621 web pages.
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blockchain is... and blockchain will... are two distinct collaborative works by peers at httpdot.net built on a framework for a body of works called blockchain is, which is in continuous translation and manifesting in various forms.
blockchan is... is a video installation of a looped 9 minute video without sound. 800x1080 pixel video frame is organized in 11 horizontal blocks, each having 2 to 5 lines of white text on black background. each block displays a sentence or an excerpt from a sentence starting with "a blockchain is", "a blockchain is a", "a blockchain is an", "a blockchain is the", "blockchain is", "blockchain is a", "blockchain is an", "blockchain is the", "blockchain technology is", "blockchain technology is a", "blockchain technology is the", "the blockchain is", "the blockchain is a", "the blockchain is an", "the blockchain is the", "the blockchain technology is", "the blockchain technology is a" or "the blockchain technology is the", which are aggregated from all available search results supplied by three web search services for these search queries at a time for an anonymous web user. these web pages are downloaded and parsed to aggregate and organize the sentences used for the video, which is generated using a soft subtitle file for timing, positioning and style information of the text.
all blocks in the frame are displayed for a duration long enough to be read individually and then updated with another sentence of the same, or slightly longer character count, starting with the same phrase. these phrases mentioned above always appear alone in the first lines of the blocks and they only change a couple of times in a block but rest of the sentences starting with these phrases change continuously and at different times for each block. even though the duration of a single loop is 9 minutes, it would take 11 loops, 99 minutes to read all of the text.
the text is displayed with monospace terminus font, which is a font mainly used for computer terminal emulators and virtual consoles. monospace font allows characters to be displayed in a grid of 67x45 cells. this way, when a block is updated with a sentence having the same character count as the previous one, it feels like each individual character is updated, rather than the whole sentence is changing, or like, the previous sentence is just modified, instead of changing totally.
the video is generated using a subtitling workflow. timing, positioning and style of text is designed using advanced substation alpha (.ass) subtitle file format. video file is generated using ffmpeg, which is a free/libre software command-line multimedia framework, to hardcode the text in .ass subtitle syntax on a black video background, which is again generated through an ffmpeg command. .ass file and ffmpeg command are also available as free and open source content for the video, which is itself a free cultural work.
watch online or download the video and source content in free file formats to build on and appropriate the work
video file, lossless compressed alternative for online html5 browser playback
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video file, lossy compressed alternative for online html5 browser playback
ogg, theora, vbr-q10, 800x1080p25, YUV 4:2:0, 8bpc, no audio, 195.1MB
if your web browser does not support html5 video element in ogg or webm free/libre file formats for watching online, consider switching to a free/libre software web browser
video file, preservation master
mkv, ffv1, lossless compressed, vbr20.1Mbps,800x1080p25, YUV 4:2:0, 8bpc, no audio, 1.4GB
ffv1 is free/libre lossless video coding and compression format suitable for digital preservation of video. 8bpc YUV 4:2:0 is suitable preservation since the video image consists of white text on black background.
source subtitle file, used for generating text image, timing, positioning and style
.ass (advanced substation alpha), UTF8, 242.2kB
you will need terminus (ttf) font (https://files.ax86.net/terminus-ttf/ ofl-1.1) and a 800x1080pixel video to overlay and display text properly using this .ass file.
source text file, all the sentences used in the work
txt file, utf8, lf, 137.1kB
source command, ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.org/ gnu gplv2) command used for generating the video with .ass subtitle file and encoding in a container.
ffmpeg \ -f lavfi -i color=color=black,scale=800:1080,setsar=1/1,\ ass=BlockchainIs_UTF8-ASS.ass \ -pixel_format yuv420p -r 25 -t 540 \ -c:v ffv1 -level 3 -g 1 -slicecrc 1 -slices 16 \ BlockchainIs_800x1080p25_PreservationMaster_8bpc420_ffv1.mkv
breakdown of this ffmpeg command
calls ffmpeg program
-f lavfi -i color=color=black,scale=800:1080,setsar=1/1
generate a 800x1080pixel black video with pixel (sample) aspect ratio 1.0 as background using Libavfilter input virtual device
overlays and hardcodes BlockchainIs_UTF8-ASS.ass soft subtitle file on the video using ass filter and chaining this filter to the previous one using comma
defines pixel format as YUV color space 4:2:0 chroma subsampling in planar representation
defines framerate as 25fps
defines the duration of the video to be generated in seconds
-c:v ffv1 -level 3 -g 1 -slicecrc 1 -slices 16
defines video coding format and coding settings for the output file. these options and parameters are for coding the video with ff video codec 1 (ffv1) video coding format with settings suitable for digital video preservation. you may change this part of the code for using other video coding formats.
defines output file name and container format is also defined as matroska (mkv) through the file name extension.
options and parameters for other video coding formats
-c:v libvpx-vp9 -lossless 1
encodes the video using vp9 video coding format and lossless setting for vp9. also change the file name extension of the output file name to .webm for using webm container for video coded using vp9.
-c:v libtheora -qscale:v 10
encodes the video using ogg theora video coding format in a lossless way but in maximum quality. also change the file name extension of the output file name to .ogv for using ogg video container for video coded using ogg theora
all text used for the video blockchain is...
Blockchain is such a technology, carrying the potential to actualize synergies between stakeholders, generate sustainable business value, and enable enterprises to easily expand operations into emerging markets.
Blockchain is not widely understood yet by shippers and manufacturers, but it will be a great tool for complying with these new regulations by holding them responsible for misrepresenting the weight on a product.
Blockchain is not a magic bullet that solves all data management problems but few areas of data sharing cry out more for improvements in efficiency and security than the data domains of Healthcare and Pharma/Biotech.
Blockchain is already disrupting the sector in many ways and will be the door opening the gaming industry to new opportunities, but exactly what the future of this promising combination looks like only time will tell.
Blockchain is used by organizations and/or groups of organizations for specific services where trust from other parties is needed or to build a blockchain network with other parties without traditional intermediaries.
Blockchain is actually a practical solution to a computer science problem called the "Two Generals" or "Byzantine Generals" problem, which addresses ways multiple parties can achieve consensus in a distributed fashion.
Blockchain is not a transaction processing system replacement: blockchain can transform transactional processing across a business network for sure, but ONLY when one or more additional criteria are met - specifically:
Blockchain is underneath the crypto-techno-babble, an electronic ledger that does what any ledger does: provides a reliable and audit-able ledger, exactly what Bob Cratchit's ledger books and red and black dip pens did.
Blockchain is incredibly useful for protecting customer information and making secure transactions for your employees in the field, but it can also help ensure your important data at home base is being protected as well.
Blockchain is undoubtedly a powerful and exciting technology, but it is not yet fully mature and has several limitations, which explains why it still is far from being widely adopted, despite all the hype surrounding it.
Blockchain is expected to disrupt not only the banking and financial industries, but also cybersecurity, supply-chain management, forecasting, networking and IoT, insurance, private transport and ride sharing, and charity.
Blockchain is also going to change the way we rent by creating a blockchain-based land-based registry to prevent unauthorized deals, crowdsourcing security deposits in which contributors can earn interest on their deposits, etc.
Blockchain is being touted as the solution to the Pentagon's vast logistics challenges-and in December, President Trump signed a bill calling for the rest of the federal government to look into the potential benefits of blockchain.
Blockchain is more mature in the financial services sector, but transportation, logistics and the supply chain will be the next industry to adopt it, says Jennifer Schopfer, GE Transportation's vice president of transport logistics.
Blockchain is going to put pressure on broker commissions and fundamentally change the way the broker channel does business over the next three to five years, says a past Marsh Canada national executive and management committee member.
Blockchain is based on a mathematical proof, which makes it very difficult to hack, Any legal document that must be securely and it takes the majority of the network to try to game and verifiably transmitted between entities the system.
Blockchain is best understood as a "distributed ledger" that secures transactions on its own by creating and including the entire transaction history of a unit of cryptocurrency along with the file that represents the cryptocurrency itself.
Blockchain is broad and coming to the fore on such a massive scale that explaining it often falls back on the abstract, rather than grounding it in the kind of foundational change the technology will have on the culture of how we interact online.
Blockchain is going to have a profound impact not just on financial services, but on the world of business and society as a whole," says Alex Tapscott, CEO of consultancy Northwest Passage Ventures and co-author of the book Blockchain Revolution.
Blockchain is also launching a new trading platform called Swap - this platform will find the best trading prices across a variety of exchanges and liquidity pools so that you can exchange tokens at a fair price straight from your Blockchain account.
blockchain is programmable: instructions embedded within blocks, such as "if" this "then" do that "else" do this, allow transactions or other actions to be carried out only if certain conditions are met, and can be accompanied by additional digital data.
Blockchain is still in its relative infancy, but a number of initiatives under way are already driving its progression to an industrial solution which will yield several important benefits in the context of the transfer of assets within business networks.
Blockchain is best known as the distributed database technology behind the virtual currency bitcoin, but banks are starting to investigate its broader capability as a real-time, encrypted distributed ledger for transactions involving a variety of financial assets.
Blockchain is also being considered for managing access rights to assets in situations where people are sharing a car or other piece of property, which could have locks linked up to a blockchain network that authorize someone's use after the owner received a payment.
Blockchain is difficult to understand because it isn't one thing, but rather pieces of knowledge from a wide variety of subjects across many different disciplines-not only computer science, but economics, finance, and politics as well-that go by the name "blockchain".
Blockchain is revolutionizing the remittance industry, and we look forward to further innovating and expanding the application of the technology in global remittances, together with local wallet partners and other ecosystem partners,
Blockchain is a vast, global distributed ledger or database running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value money, but also titles, deeds, identities, even votes
Blockchain is a shared distributed ledger technology in which each transaction is digitally signed to ensure its authenticity and integrity - and it's poised to make big waves in a wide range of business use cases.
Blockchain is a data structure that has the ability to establish a digital archive or record blocks of data such as transactions that can be shared and easily accessed by users across networks of different computers.
Blockchain is a technology that captures high-quality information for recognizing each and every entity that you do business with for meeting the compliance regulations and get benefit from the transparent blockchain
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology, a continuously expanding chain of records - blocks - that are linked and secured via cryptography, creating a networked audit trail of transactions, or actions that have been taken.
Blockchain is a new way of storing and moving that data, where instead of being held all in one place, the information is atomized and spread over thousands of nodes across a network, all locked together with clever cryptography.
Blockchain is a new computing architecture which has the potential to bring together fragmented data sets from the authoritative source providers into a single digital view of validated, immutable and cryptographically secured data.
Blockchain is a universal transaction book that allows you to register and track every operation within it, scattered all over the Internet in thousands of unmodifiable copies, in a peer-to-peer model and protected by advanced cryptographic methods.
Blockchain is a hyper-secure, hyper-informed general ledger that allows participants in any transaction to verify and audit those transactions transparently, efficiently, and accurately, which reduces risk, costs, and exposure in any type of transaction.
Blockchain is a disruptive technology that allows storing data without the need for a central authority, implying that financial transactions will no longer be stored in a central database but distributed to several other computers that store data locally.
Blockchain is a vast, global distributed ledger or database running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value - money, but also titles, deeds, identities, even votes - can be moved, stored and managed securely and privately.
A blockchain is essentially a shared, encrypted "ledger" that cannot be manipulated, offering promise for secure transactions that allow anyone to get an accurate accounting of money, property or other assets.
A blockchain is a secure distributed immutable database shared by all parties in a distributed network where transaction data can be recorded (either on-chain for basic information or off-chain in case of extra attachments) and easily audited.
A blockchain is an electronic ledger of digital records, events, or transactions that are cryptographically hashed, authenticated, and maintained through a "distributed" or "shared" network of participants using a group consensus protocol.
The blockchain is defined as "a system that's secure without a higher authority, distributed across many strangers' computers, yet tamper-proof, and promises a mechanism for trust mediated directly between individuals".
The blockchain is referred to as a "ledger," a series of records of validated monetary transactions, where the identical updated ledger resides throughout the peer network, not in one central location as under the traditional banking model.
The blockchain is a software platform and environment, a set of capabilities that software developers can utilize so they can write this new breed of applications that are decentralized and living on the blockchain from Day 1.
The blockchain is a new way of storing and moving that data, wherein instead of holding that data in one place the information is spread over thousands of nodes across a network, all locked together with the help of cryptography.
[...]blockchain is having the most effect on MLS data, title records, and transactions.
[...]blockchain is past its sell-by date, R3 are bust and distributed ledgers are dead.
[...]blockchain is garnering its own support and interest far beyond financial services.
[...]blockchain is empowering fashion brands to take a lead towards greater transparency.
[...]blockchain is just one of the ways companies will be able to scale trusted business.
[...]blockchain is something genuinely new and for lack of a better word, groundbreaking.
[...]blockchain is user-friendly and offers a world of benefits for the average consumer.
[...]blockchain is fast becoming the focus of law firms anxious not to be the weakest link
[...]blockchain is not only here to stay but that it will change the world for the better.
[...]blockchain is Boosting Cybersecurity with Message Encryption and Crucial Alert Systems
[...]blockchain is leading to what is being called the "Internet of Trusted Things" (IoTT).
[...]blockchain is rapidly becoming the most important digital development since the cloud.
[...]blockchain is well positioned to be part of a solution to many problems in healthcare,
[...]blockchain is also changing the way we keep our businesses secure and market ourselves.
[...]blockchain is certainly not a trend that accountants can afford to overlook any longer.
[...]blockchain is not this magical thing where you sprinkle blockchain dust over a problem.
[...]blockchain is here to stay, and it's going to revolutionize the way we track our assets.
[...]blockchain is moving rapidly from exploration into mission-critical production scenarios.
[...]blockchain is no different from other automation tools that capture routine transactions.
[...]blockchain is not a panacea for all diseases, but it is even contraindicated for someone.
[...]blockchain is nowadays more than the technology that ensures the authenticity of bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is poised to reinvent traditional Business Process Management platforms (BPM).
[...]blockchain is also expected to create a new set of opportunities for banks to partner with
[...]blockchain is just the next in a long line of transformations within the accounting world.
[...]blockchain is likely to follow and explain how firms should think about investments in it.
[...]blockchain is affecting libraries and what they project will be accomplished in the future.
[...]blockchain is all about trust-namely, trust among vetted partners in business transactions.
[...]blockchain is more than just a fad: it's a powerful solution for a large class of problems.
[...]blockchain is all hype; that it is an untested technology with huge risks and little upside.
[...]blockchain is attracting the biggest forces in the finance sector with its clean reputation.
[...]blockchain is "super powerful stuff" that represents a threat to America's national security.
[...]blockchain is here to stay and is radically changing how our society functions at all levels.
[...]blockchain is highly secure, especially with regards to contracts and financial transactions.
[...]blockchain is Key To Transforming How Physical Infrastructure Works And How We Think About It
[...]blockchain is yet another technology that flattens opportunities and invites agile individual
[...]blockchain is poised to change the way that many industries do business in the next few years.
[...]blockchain is becoming a yardstick against which travel enterprises measure their tech prowess.
[...]blockchain is new and very different from most of the traditional technologies that people use.
[...]blockchain is one of the bank's three main focuses, alongside artificial intelligence and APIs.
[...]blockchain is already disrupting the global financial services industry - an industry the Postal
[...]blockchain is expected to reduce paperwork and make it easier for all parties to track packages.
[...]blockchain is already being used in business, there are untold more that haven't been discovered.
[...]blockchain is enormous and the promise it holds to eliminate fraud is simply too great to ignore.
[...]blockchain is really something that exists on the Internet, it is very blind to national borders.
[...]blockchain is now moving out of the cyber universe and interacting more often with the real world.
[...]blockchain is just a distributed database and not some magical technology that will save the earth.
[...]blockchain is something that everybody is counting on, still we don't know what will come out of it
[...]blockchain is turning out to be a perfect platform for recording the medical attention of a patient
[...]blockchain is so new and popular that people don't have a proper idea about it and its applications.
[...]blockchain is better than something like a database or any other form of digital information storage.
[...]blockchain is like the new cloud, and it has become the fastest-growing skill in the freelance market.
[...]blockchain is no more than a buzzword, and its applications can be obscure and difficult to understand.
[...]blockchain is easily poised to become one the most useful technological innovations of the 21st century.
[...]blockchain is being pushed as the next huge thing in information technology, outside of virtual currency.
[...]blockchain is capturing the interest and imaginations of the photographers and artists I have spoken with.
[...]blockchain is just doing what those tablets did two thousand years ago, recording agreement between people.
[...]blockchain is just one of the many options out there to secure our digital life, nothing less, nothing more.
[...]blockchain is much more than an ultra-secure, digital financial ledger or another "over-hyped" new technology.
[...]blockchain is allowing developers and creative thinkers of all stripes to go back to the digital drawing board.
[...]blockchain is now almost too much in the spotlight and in danger of being positioned as a panacea for all ills.
[...]blockchain is slowly changing the way we do business, the way we earn a living and the way data is made available.
[...]blockchain is somehow safer than other types of record keeping, that it's more secure, or that it's more reliable.
[...]blockchain is quickly becoming a C-suite issue for asset managers, and the CEO, CTO and COO all have roles to play.
[...]blockchain is not quite ready for adoption for mass consumer transactions, though it could be in three to five years.
[...]blockchain is at the intersection of many, many interrelated technological shifts that are happening now in real time.
[...]blockchain is being adapted to a number of business uses and will likely serve a wide array of purposes in the future.
[...]blockchain is now viewed as having the potential to be an efficient and secure way to transfer any kind of information.
[...]blockchain is slowly going through the four phases that identify previous foundational technologies such as the TCP/IP,
[...]blockchain is impacting clients of the legal profession, from the music to financial to healthcare to energy industries.
[...]blockchain is poised to transform the way suppliers, retailers, and consumers interact with one another and their goods.
[...]blockchain is set to bring about include the solving of problems of data manipulation, transparency and security online.
[...]blockchain is touted as a game-changer as it can provide a secure payments network and also eliminate the need of escrow.
[...]blockchain is used for any cryptocurrency, and various companies develop their own versions of this open-source technology.
[...]blockchain is predominantly used by small businesses as a decentralized ledger for accepting digital currencies, like Bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is hosted by millions of processors simultaneously, and its data is available to anyone with access to the internet.
[...]blockchain is on pace to do some $50 billion worth of transactions this year, with about a third of it coming from institutions.
[...]blockchain is increasingly being included as an area of expertise for back-end, solutions architects and machine-learning engineers,
[...]blockchain is more complex than the internet and also because things are not clear enough as to why this technology matters so much!
[...]blockchain is exchanged instantaneously, and it can be stored in digital portfolios of user's phone or accessing through the browser.
[...]blockchain is often a term that encompasses a broad range of distributed ledgers, even if transactions are not organized into blocks.
[...]blockchain is still an immature technology, with a market that is still nascent and a clear recipe for success that has not yet emerged.
[...]blockchain is not only a disruptive breakthrough in computer core technology, but also a challenge to the traditional commercial society.
[...]blockchain is set to hugely impact everything from auditing and cybersecurity to the way that we store, access and interpret information.
[...]blockchain is actively being investigated as a new type of distributed data environment for many virtualized network systems applications.
[...]blockchain is generating a swell of excitement among coders and computer scientists not witnessed since the earliest days of the internet.
[...]blockchain is uniquely suited to address the piracy, control and monetization issues of music that have become rampant in the digital age.
[...]blockchain is not limited to one Financial analysts can focus on the merits of the price, the market opportunity, and the impact on stock prices.
[...]blockchain is an opportunity, it is going to reduce costs, increase incomes, secure processes, make coffee ...
[...]blockchain is an accounting technology, so it could be used to create single entry bookkeeping systems rather than dual entry.
[...]blockchain is an extremely in-efficient computational process, it will always be more inefficient then a centralized system could be.
[...]blockchain is the "missing link" that enables IoT deployments to achieve their full potential
[...]blockchain is the answer to building trust and improving customer experience in the long term.
[...]blockchain is the technology most likely "to have the greatest impact on the next few decades,
[...]blockchain is the future for coordination between all the parties in the supply chain industry.
[...]blockchain is the advertising messiah, a savior that will fix all the digital ad world's messes.
[...]blockchain is the only technology in existence today that can achieve fully transparent elections,
[...]blockchain is the second phase of the internet and has a value 10 times greater than its predecessor.
[...]blockchain is the solution to everything from poverty to corruption, it's understandable if you're skeptical.
[...]blockchain is the 'engine' that would allow us to access human potential in ways that would accelerate human evolution,
[...]blockchain is the most important innovation in fundamental architecture since the tubes of the internet were first developed.
[...]blockchain is the greatest thing since sliced bread, and that it'll change the way businesses and financial institutions operate.
[...]blockchain is the perfect technology to drive the internet of things and will bring in "a service-sector productivity revolution".
[...]blockchain is the answer to a question we've been asking since the dawn of the internet age: How can we collectively trust what happens online?
[...]the blockchain is a nascent technology, and its applications outside Bitcoin are still largely untested.
[...]the blockchain is a groundbreaking technology that can be as important as the emergence of the internet itself,
A blockchain is only a digital record, but we need others to determine if those records actually match the corresponding physical assets in the real world.
A blockchain is essentially a distributed database of records or public ledger of all transactions that have been executed and shared among participating parties.
A blockchain is made up of two primary components: a decentralized network facilitating and verifying transactions, and the immutable ledger that network maintains.
A blockchain is in the simplest of terms, a time-stamped series of immutable record of data that is managed by a cluster of computers not owned by any single entity.
A blockchain is fundamentally a data structure in which transactions are verified in batches called blocks, and the nodes or servers verify said transactions through a consensus algorithm.
A blockchain is a data structure that makes it possible to create a digital ledger of transactions and share it among a distributed network of computers.
A blockchain is a cryptographically protected distributed ledger-it's what protects you or anyone else from making a copy of that Bitcoin you just bought.
A blockchain is a digital, distributed transaction ledger, with identical copies maintained on multiple computer systems controlled by different entities.
A blockchain is a shared digital ledger that allows transactions to be recorded and verified electronically over a network of computers without a central ledger.
A blockchain is a decentralized and open distributed ledger, recording financial transactions (or virtually anything of value) between two parties, on a peer-to-peer network.
A blockchain is a history of events (transactions or otherwise) that uses cryptography to link timestamped batches of events together in order to make it evident if tampering has occurred.
A blockchain is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of data records that are hardened against tampering and revision, even by operators of the data store's nodes.
A blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger that can record transactions across many computers so that the record cannot be altered retroactively without making changes throughout the entire network.
A blockchain is a digital ledger that is kept and validated simultaneously by a network of computers, almost like a shared Excel document that no one person can change without the agreement of the others.
A blockchain is a distributed database, journal, or ledger for which many computers maintain identical copies and agree on the ordering of information without having to trust one another or any central party.
The blockchain is decentralized and distributed, meaning there is no central organization to add blocks and send out official updates to anyone interested.
The blockchain is not a ledger of all the accounts that exist and their respective balances, but rather a comprehensive history of all Bitcoin transactions.
The blockchain is in effect a common, public ledger, which utilizes cryptographic mechanisms to verify transactions and information in a decentralized manner.
The blockchain is immutable: records cannot be falsified, which makes it extremely reliable, and eliminating middlemen like banks makes it extremely efficient.
The blockchain is sometimes called a distributed ledger because it's rather like an old-fashioned book-keeping ledger in which a clerk would record transactions.
The blockchain is in essence a distributed database holding all the Bitcoin transactions since the beginning (January 3, 2009) and a method to secure this database.
The blockchain is essentially a distributed ledger where each block contains a timestamp and holds batches of individual transactions with a link to a previous block.
The blockchain is shared by the nodes on the bitcoin network, in the same way a totally legit and non-copyrighted video file might be shared on the BitTorrent network.
The blockchain is trustworthy by virtue of its distributed model, how blocks are linked to the chain, and its consensus algorithm that makes the cost of altering it prohibitive.
The blockchain is public: anyone can view it at any time because it resides on the network, not within a single institution charged with auditing transactions and keeping records.
The blockchain is designed so that each block contains a cryptographic reference to the block that came before it, thereby linking each block into a verifiable and tamperproof chain.
The blockchain is often called a distributed or decentralized system because it keeps copies of these blocks on a spread-out network of computers, rather than on a centralized server.
The blockchain is more properly called a distributed ledger, basically a way of securely and transparently storing information, and performing pre-programmed operations on that information.
The blockchain is intended to store exchange records ("obstructs") in numerous spots, connected to each other (henceforth the "chain" some portion of the name) and straightforward to any client who wishes to see them.
The blockchain is a new and innovative way that people and companies can create, verify, and enforce transactions without a middleman or central authority.
The blockchain is a simple digital platform for recording and verifying transactions so that other people can't erase them later - and anyone can see them.
The blockchain is a technology framework for decentralizing a number of entities that used to require one or more middlemen and involve significant opacity
The blockchain is a distributed and decentralised ledger that stores data such as transactions, and that is publicly shared across all the nodes of its network.
The blockchain is a distributed ledger that allows the transfer of information and data between two nodes in the network, without the need for any intermediaries.
The blockchain is a digital ledger of online transactions that can keep records of not only just financial transactions but virtually every kind of data transaction.
The blockchain is a revolution that builds on another technical revolution so old that only the more experienced among us remember it: the invention of the database.
The blockchain is a consensus model at scale, and possibly the mechanism we have been waiting for that could help to usher in an era of friendly machine intelligence.
The blockchain is a set of networked and cryptography-based technology infrastructure and programmable capabilities that facilitate a new category of trust-based services.
The blockchain is a distributed database - to achieve independent verification of the chain of ownership of any and every bitcoin amount, each network node stores its own copy of the blockchain.
The blockchain is a recent development in the field of computer science, which uses a global peer-to-peer network to provide an open platform that can deliver neutrality, reliability and security.
The blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value.
The blockchain is an ever-growing chain of data, or "blocks," which allows for an established digital trail back to the original block that is heavily resilient to changes and tampering.
The blockchain is the integration and automation of human/machine interaction and the machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) payment network for the machine economy.
The blockchain is the coordination mechanism, the line-item attribution, credit, proof, and compensation rewards tracking schema to encourage trustless participation by any intelligent agent in any collaboration.
[...]blockchain is not a single system, but a baseline technology which can be configured in different ways to suit different purposes and business models.
[...]blockchain is merely an extension of a database, but it "incentivises people to share data and makes sure people can get data" because of the added security around it.
[...]blockchain is virtually impossible to manipulate as it is based on a distributed database - a set of separate computers possibly spread over a network of users that store and verify the database.
[...]blockchain is a mechanism for storing and sharing data, but nothing forces participants to store data in common formats or use common data definitions.
[...]blockchain is a distributed database, but from there it serves as an innovative foundation for building an enterprise-quality business transaction network.
[...]blockchain is a self-sustaining, peer-to-peer database technology for managing and recording transactions with no central bank or clearinghouse involvement.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized database, a matrix of computers talking to each other, and any transaction has to be approved by each node before it's executed.
[...]blockchain is a form of digital trust, which has a number of potential uses and applications in business because trust is one key component in such a context.
[...]blockchain is a peer-to-peer ledger or, more simply, a giant database of transactions that is maintained by anyone with a computer who chooses to participate.
[...]blockchain is a digital ledger of economic transactions that is fully public, continually updated by countless users, and considered by many impossible to corrupt.
[...]blockchain is a distributed ledger that maintains a continuously-growing list of every transaction across every network distributed over tens of thousands of computers.
[...]blockchain is a kind of database that is highly resistant to modification, it seems, which makes sense if we are talking about currency, but it isn't enough on its own.
[...]blockchain is a distributed ledger, meaning that the blocks of data comprising the ledger are spread across a network of computers that could be located anywhere in the world.
[...]blockchain is a technology that allows one participant to transfer something of value to another participant by recording the transaction in an immutable "block" on a transparent "chain".
[...]blockchain is a digital ledger system shared and publicly hosted by a verified network of peers, each with a synchronized and identical transcript of the information accommodated in a digital ledger.
[...]blockchain is a public electronic ledger that can be openly shared among disparate users and that creates an unchangeable record of their transactions, each one time-stamped and linked to the previous one.
[...]blockchain is a form of distributed ledger technology (DLT) that offers a transparent, decentralised way of recording lists of transactions, allowing digital information to be distributed rather than copied.
[...]blockchain is an immutable and decentralized ledger outlining a product's journey from creation, to packaging, to sale - all leading back to its original source.
The blockchain is maintained by a peer-to-peer network of computers, or network nodes.
The blockchain is stored across multiple pools and continuously checked and rechecked.
The blockchain is software that stores and transfers value or data across the internet.
The blockchain is ideal for keeping track of a currency and protecting it against fraud.
The blockchain is transparent and decentralized and anyone can put it on their computer.
The blockchain is also faster, more secure, and more efficient than centralized networks.
The blockchain is conceptually a flat file - a linear list of simple transaction records.
The blockchain is continuously replicated on all or at least a group of nodes in a network.
The blockchain is simply a digital ledger, designed to be incorruptible and self-executing.
The blockchain is simply a distributed ledger that is best used in a decentralized fashion.
The blockchain is immutable, so no one can tamper with the data that is inside the blockchain
The blockchain is not Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, but the technology underlying them.
The blockchain is secured by the computer processing power in the network that updates the records.
The blockchain is managed by a decentralized network that verifies and puts a time-stamp on payments.
The blockchain is after all, just an internet-hosted network which stores information as a shared database.
The blockchain is custom-made for decentralizing trust and exchanging assets without central intermediaries.
The blockchain is all the framework needed to create the most secure and efficient voting system in the world.
The blockchain is designed to have its ledger updated quickly and regularly to include the latest transactions.
The blockchain is intended to be decentralized and not require trust between any of the members of its network.
The blockchain is supported by the transaction fees (or at least it will be when all the bitcoin has been mined)
The blockchain is public: anyone can view it at any time because it resides on the network... and the blockchain is
The blockchain is designed in a way such that the average time for a block to be generated remains fairly constant.
The blockchain is intended to provide a tamper-proof record of transaction metadata, regardless of transaction type.
The blockchain is simply a digital way to transfer ownership of assets in a more efficient and a more effective way.
The blockchain is designed to make transactions safe and reliable even if the people doing them don't trust each other.
The blockchain is public where transactions are recorded and visible to everyone, therefore it is not purely anonymous.
The blockchain is shared among the numerous computers that participate in the transaction-clearing process known as "mining.
The blockchain is great at knowing what's encoded on its decentralized ledger and how to execute and enforce smart contracts.
The blockchain is essentially a giant record book of all Bitcoin transactions, it is to Bitcoin what the internet is to email.
The blockchain is decentralized, meaning that multiple, independent machines are running copies of the blockchain ledger at once.
The blockchain is distributed: it runs on computers provided by volunteers around the world; there is no central database to hack.
The blockchain is also very secure, since any application running on it is distributed across a wide network, not an individual database.
The blockchain is also distributed decentrally on all integrated computers worldwide, which is why manipulation is considered almost impossible
The blockchain is powerful technology that enables Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and other virtual currencies to be open, anonymous, and secure.
The blockchain is a complete listing of all transactions, whether financial or otherwise.
The blockchain is a distributed ledger that is comprised of "blocks" that each have data.
The blockchain is a revolutionary technology that works on a 'distributed ledger system'.
The blockchain is a decentralized ledger of all transactions across a peer-to-peer network.
The blockchain is a public ledger where transactions are recorded and confirmed anonymously.
The blockchain is a distributed ledger that embeds contracts and transactions in digital code.
The blockchain is a form of digital record keeping that has advantages over other methodologies.
The blockchain is a little bit like the teacher at the front of the class who marks math homework,
The blockchain is a ledger, and we most often think of ledgers as containing financial transactions.
The blockchain is a peer-to-peer system, meaning that transactions are between you and another party.
The blockchain is a distributed, public ledger that contains the history of every bitcoin transaction.
The blockchain is a ledger stored on each network node as a copy of the "original" set of transactions.
The blockchain is a kind of public database, one stored simultaneously on a bunch of different computers.
The blockchain is a digital rubber stamp, so anything that takes a seal right now is heading for the chop.
The blockchain is a chain of blocks where each block contains data of value without any central supervision.
The blockchain is a globally distributed database that anyone can add to, but whose history no-one can modify.
The blockchain is a technology that is used to continuously record every bitcoin transaction that takes place.
The blockchain is a method of maintaining the register without the need for a centralized financial institution.
The blockchain is a time-stamped, non-repudiable database that contains the entire logged history of the system.
The blockchain is a database displayed publicly for every Bitcoin transaction that happened in the Bitcoin network.
The blockchain is a decentralized ledger of transactions that verifies and enforces contracts coded onto the chain.
The blockchain is a distributed database that provides an unalterable, (semi-)public record of digital transactions.
The blockchain is a digital booking system that accurately tracks all transactions and saves every change as a "block".
The blockchain is a distributed file system where participants keep copies of the file and agree on changes by consensus.
The blockchain is a technology that has allowed for the creation of a peer-to-peer network in order to transact a currency
The blockchain is a distributed public ledger that allows individuals who don't know and trust each other to transfer value.
The blockchain is a ledger that keeps track of how much 'stuff' (ie BTC, ETH,...create your own currency if you wish) you have.
The blockchain is a distributed ledgers that does not rely on a trusted central authority to maintain and validate the ledger.
The blockchain is a more secure way to store and transfer funds, particularly if you keep a modest value in your virtual wallet.
The blockchain is a secure network because each transaction is encrypted with a hash that is used to verify the succeeding hash.
The blockchain is a shared source of truth which will decentralize the power of information effectively to the edge, to the user.
The blockchain is a technology that is supposed to be all about distributing power and information away from central authorities.
The blockchain is a linked list which contains data and a hash pointer which points to its previous block, hence creating the chain.
The blockchain is a new distributed platform that is helping us re-shape the world of business and transform society for the better.
The blockchain is a decentralized database that allows individuals to trade directly without the need for a third-party intermediary.
The blockchain is a distributed network that solves all the problems that we have of finance, but more broadly, it's like a philosophy.
The blockchain is a tool that could prove the existence and exact contents of any document or other digital asset at a particular time.
The blockchain is a public ledger of every transfer the bitcoin community makes, and many different people can make entries into that ledger.
The blockchain is a public, decentralized, distributed ledger that is capable of storing and confirming the transactions that pass through it.
The blockchain is a means of offering personalized decentralized governance services, sponsoring literacy, and facilitating economic development.
The blockchain is a public, decentralised database that records each Bitcoin transaction in "block" sequences of code; a digital ledger, if you like.
The blockchain is a secure transaction ledger database that is shared by all parties participating in an established, distributed network of computers.
The blockchain is a global distributed ledger, which facilitates the movement of assets across the world in seconds, with only a minimal transaction fee.
The blockchain is a new way of managing trust and can be used to verify many types of data in insurance contracts, such as the insured person's identity.
The blockchain is an amalgamation of maths, computer science, philosophy, psychology, and trustlessness.
The blockchain is an immutable, absolute record of facts of what actually is happening and what has happened.
The blockchain is the backbone ledger that tracks and verifies the movement of cryptocurrencies.
The blockchain is the technology that is serves as the distributed ledger that forms the network.
The blockchain is the core of Bitcoin as it is the summary of all the transactions in the Bitcoin Network.
The blockchain is the decentrally maintained append-only log of all transactions verified on the Bitcoin network.
The blockchain is the distributed ledger that keeps track of all transactions made using the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.
The blockchain is the distributed database that gives an alterable and semi public record of the digital transactions.
The blockchain is the first technology that enables the transfer of digital ownership in a decentralized and trustless manner.
The blockchain is the public ledger that holds a permanent record of all bitcoin transactions, and is maintained by the miners.
The blockchain is the main technical innovation behind bitcoin, serving as the public ledger of the virtual currency's transactions.
The blockchain is the open-source, distributed ledger that records every bitcoin transaction, but can also store small bits of non-financial data.
The blockchain technology is built upon the idea of decentralization, allowing users to interact without the use of an intermediary.
The blockchain technology is the technology that powers the bitcoin cryptocurrency and other cryptocoins.
A blockchain is an encrypted and shared database that's spread across more than one computing device.
A blockchain is an encoded digital ledger that is stored on multiple computers in a public or private network.
A blockchain is an excellent form of DB storage system, which uses records to store data or huge amount of information.
A blockchain is the structure of data that represents a financial ledger entry, or a record of a transaction.
A blockchain is the data structure that the Bitcoin cryptocurrency uses for its public ledger, where transactions are recorded.
Blockchain is the best mechanism currently available to deal with the problems in the supply chain
Blockchain is the technology that is spearheading the momentum of democracy and decentralization in online world.
Blockchain is the ideal technology for building a connected record of a supply chain and the provenance of individual items.
Blockchain is the requirement of the current time because it makes our handling of online transactions and engagements very secure.
Blockchain is not bitcoin.
Blockchain is Decentralized:
Blockchain is secure and safe.
Blockchain is not just Bitcoin.
Blockchain is merely a database,
Blockchain is all about software.
Blockchain is additive technology.
Blockchain is Like a Public Ledger
Blockchain is not just for Bitcoin
Blockchain is Highly Hack-Resistant
Blockchain is more than a database.
Blockchain is NOT a cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is Not Only About Bitcoin
Blockchain is much more than bitcoin.
Blockchain is quite secure by design.
Blockchain is not just about currency:
Blockchain is not only for transactions.
Blockchain is immutable, or unchangeable.
Blockchain is NOT a programming language.
Blockchain is not bitcoin - it's far more
Blockchain is being used as a security tool.
Blockchain is built on a distributed ledger.
Blockchain is necessary for cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is also immutable, or unchangeable.
Blockchain is first of all, a design principle
Blockchain is good at storing immutable blocks.
Blockchain is more than just a regulatory tool.
Blockchain is NOT a cryptographic codification.
Blockchain is one type of a distributed ledger.
Blockchain is NOT a Python library or framework.
Blockchain is really just a dumb, slow database,
Blockchain is not a secure messaging replacement:
Blockchain is nothing more than a fancy checksum.
Blockchain is open, and everyone sees everything.
Blockchain is just the vicious and toxic dark web.
Blockchain is like the internet before the browser
Blockchain is not bitcoin or other cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is not Bitcoin-Bitcoin is not Blockchain
Blockchain is one kind of decentralised technology,
Blockchain is not a double-entry bookkeeping system.
Blockchain is rooted in validation, not just claims.
Blockchain is all about replacing trust with software.
Blockchain is first and foremost, accounting software.
Blockchain is known as "distributed ledger" technology.
Blockchain is NOT an IA or Machine Learning technology.
Blockchain is Just a Way of Recording Transactions in a Ledger.
Blockchain is best-known for powering the digital currency Bitcoin.
Blockchain is open to all, while DLT gives more control over access.
Blockchain is not a technological solution to a technological problem,
blockchain is about a trusted information-sharing platform for business.
Blockchain is not a database, it's a protocol for syncing the databases.
Blockchain is nearly impossible to hack due to its distributed structure.
Blockchain is often conflated with cryptocurrency as a speculative asset.
Blockchain is very useful for proof-of-work, auditing and data integrity,
Blockchain is basically just a decentralized database - a ledger if you will.
Blockchain is like an accounting book everyone can see, a distributed ledger.
Blockchain is decentralized and distributed among a huge network of computers.
Blockchain is actually a concept, not an implementation or a single technology.
Blockchain is much more than the database ledger technology that powers bitcoin.
Blockchain is immutable; it cannot be changed, so records are permanently stored,
Blockchain is a distributed database.
Blockchain is a single source of truth.
Blockchain is a single system of record.
Blockchain is a shared ledger technology.
Blockchain is a public distributed ledger.
Blockchain is a web-based bitcoin platform.
Blockchain is a fast, reliable ledger system.
Blockchain is a secured distributed database.
Blockchain is a checksum/encapsulation method.
Blockchain is a public record of transactions.
Blockchain is a stripped-down payments system.
Blockchain is a secure, shared, distributed ledger.
Blockchain is a technology for promoting user trust.
Blockchain is a distributed digital ledger technology.
Blockchain is a revolution in the flow of information.
Blockchain is a collection of technologies - five or six,
Blockchain is a layer under the hood of a cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is a metonymy - a part used to refer to the whole.
Blockchain is a collaborative environment; it needs nurturing.
Blockchain is a confusion because there are so many variations.
Blockchain is a distributed, validated data ledger, not a database.
Blockchain is a replacement for bookkeeping and reconciliation work.
Blockchain is a novel solution to the age-old human problem of trust.
Blockchain is a Potential 'Truth Machine' For The World's Transactions
Blockchain is a public distributed database holding encrypted ledgers.
Blockchain is a critical part of the bitcoin peer-to-peer payment system.
Blockchain is a term that has to come to mean many things to many people.
Blockchain is a digital ledger system used to securely record transactions.
Blockchain is a technology that facilitates trust between trading partners.
Blockchain is a digital record of data and transactions chronologically linked.
Blockchain is a versatile technology, capable of being used for many industries.
Blockchain is a digital ledger that up keeps a record of ever-growing set of data.
Blockchain is a database that maintains a continuously growing set of data records.
Blockchain is an accounting technology.
Blockchain is an online ledger that records transactions.
Blockchain is an immutable, distributed record of transactions.
Blockchain is an open decentralized database - a distributed ledger.
Blockchain is the technology behind bitcoin.
Blockchain is the machine that produces trust.
Blockchain is the backbone of cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is the technology that runs Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the breakthrough technology behind bitcoin.
Blockchain is the concept and Bitcoin is the implementation.
Blockchain is the backbone of digital or cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the core technology that is used to enable Bitcoins.
Blockchain is the backbone behind peer-to-peer electronic payments.
Blockchain is the technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
Blockchain is the technology that enables cryptocurrency like bitcoin.
Blockchain is the core system that underpins the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the Infrastructure For a New Decentralized Sharing Economy
Blockchain is the technology behind bitcoin, but it has many other uses too.
Blockchain is the technology that supports cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the underlying technology of the cryptocurrency called bitcoin.
Blockchain is the technology behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Blockchain is the technology at the heart of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is the digital and decentralized ledger that records all transactions.
Blockchain is the financial technology underpinning the bitcoin digital currency.
Blockchain technology is a type of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT).
A blockchain is just a file.
A blockchain is intentionally immutable.
A blockchain is distributed by its nature.
A blockchain is in short, an expensive radiator.
A blockchain is different, as by design it is perfectly auditable.
A blockchain is essentially a shared database with no master copy.
A blockchain is basically a distributed digital ledger or database.
A blockchain is essentially a continuously growing list of records.
A blockchain is just a new, more secure way of databasing information.
A blockchain is not one global entity - there are several blockchains.
A blockchain is designed to keep an immutable log of every transaction.
A blockchain is essentially a secure, distributed, and shared database.
A blockchain is distributed across and managed by peer-to-peer networks.
A blockchain is nothing more than lists of transactions chained together.
A blockchain is built by running software and linking several nodes together.
A blockchain is a ledger
A blockchain is a data structure.
A blockchain is a chain of blocks.
A blockchain is a distributed ledger.
A blockchain is a chain of blocks, obviously.
A blockchain is a massive, decentralized ledger.
A blockchain is a digital record of transactions.
A blockchain is a literal technology, not a metaphor
A blockchain is a chain of blocks that contain information
A blockchain is a diary that is almost impossible to forge.
A blockchain is a chain of blocks which contain information.
A blockchain is a public ledger of all Bitcoin transactions.
A blockchain is a secure "ledger" or a list of transactions.
A blockchain is a type of data store that stores anything of digital value.
A blockchain is a virtual chain of blocks that is used to store information.
A blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that forms a "chain of blocks.
A blockchain is a distributed database that acts as a peer-to-peer ledger system.
A blockchain is a decentralized peer-to-peer system with no central authority figure.
A blockchain is an immutable list of linked blocks.
The blockchain is like a logbook, or a ledger.
The blockchain is also a sort of assets exchange.
The blockchain is basically a distributed database.
The blockchain is often described as digital ledger.
The blockchain is both decentralized and transparent.
The blockchain is not cryptocurrency, and vice versa.
The blockchain is based on a computational sort of trust,
The blockchain is just that - a chain of multiple blocks.
The blockchain is what we call a "trustless" architecture.
The blockchain is decentralized, incorruptible recordkeeping.
The blockchain is also called a "public" or "distributed" ledger.
The blockchain is encrypted using a public key and a private key.
The blockchain is like a huge, global, decentralized spreadsheet.
The blockchain is sustained by the volatile efforts of the miners.
The blockchain is maintained by thousands of independent computers.
The blockchain is just an added layer for some additional functions.
The blockchain is not Bitcoin, but it is the technology behind Bitcoin
The blockchain is also known as a database and is a distributed ledger.
The blockchain is ultimately a ledger that represents accounting entries.
The blockchain is permission-less, anyone can participate around the world.
The blockchain is ultimately about solving society's ultimate challenge: trust.
The blockchain is capable of time-stamping and recording a document for eternity.
The blockchain is resistant to compromise due to the nature of the linked blocks.
The blockchain is decentralized so it can't be manipulated by one person or entity.
The blockchain is not just about cryptocurrencies and faster peer-to-peer payments.
The blockchain is usually described as a distributed ledger but it's not even that.
The blockchain is the record of the bitcoin amounts associated with those addresses.
The blockchain is built on the precept that the majority of a crowd is always honest.
The blockchain is a World Wide Ledger
The blockchain is a long list of blocks.
The blockchain is a decentralized ledger.
The blockchain is a new type of database.
The blockchain is a proof-of-work system.
The blockchain is a New Model of Governance
The blockchain is a distributed public ledger.
The blockchain is a Collaborative, Secure Data Ledger
The blockchain is a shared public ledger for Bitcoin.
The blockchain is a Tempting Target for Central Banks
The blockchain is a Reminder of the Internet's Failure
The blockchain is a record of every Bitcoin transaction.
The blockchain is a digital, decentralised, distributed ledger.
The blockchain is a software protocol (like SMTP is for email).
The blockchain is a cloud venue for transnational organizations.
The blockchain is a database, which is distributed among all nodes.
The blockchain is a public ledger that records bitcoin transactions.
The blockchain is a database of details about every Bitcoin transaction.
The blockchain is a distributed ledger book of all Bitcoin transactions.
The blockchain is a continually-growing digital register of transactions.
The blockchain is a ledger of all transactions in the history of Bitcoin.
The blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of transactions.
The blockchain is a decentralized group of blocks that is continuously growing.
The blockchain is a decentralized system, with no single entity controlling it.
The blockchain is a cryptographically secure index of every Bitcoin transaction.
The blockchain is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger of time-stamped transactions.
The blockchain is a perfect keeper of the chain of custody for any physical asset.
The blockchain is a big file that keeps track of all Bitcoin transactions ever made
The blockchain is a shared public ledger on which the entire Bitcoin network relies.
The blockchain is a decentralized ledger of transactions recorded using cryptography.
The blockchain is a file that contains a list of every bitcoin transaction ever made.
The blockchain is a foundational technology, like TCP/IP, which enables the Internet.
The blockchain is an open distributed ledger.
The blockchain is an institutional technology.
The blockchain is an immutable, anonymous, unhackable, and decentralized ledger.
The blockchain is the system of record.
The blockchain is the technology behind Bitcoins.
The blockchain is the financial challenge of our time.
The blockchain is the universal record of all bitcoin transactions.
The blockchain is the system that keeps track of bitcoin transactions.
The blockchain is the platform which brings cryptocurrencies into play.
The blockchain is the underlying technology of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.
The blockchain is the data structure that records the transfer of scarce objects.
The blockchain is the software that both powers and regulates cryptocurrency bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is Bitcoin
[...]blockchain is not Bitcoin
[...]blockchain is not scalable
[...]blockchain is open source.
[...]blockchain is kept in sync.
[...]blockchain is considered safe
[...]blockchain is about integrity.
[...]blockchain is easy to integrate.
[...]blockchain is incredibly secure.
[...]blockchain is more than Bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is very hard to hack.
[...]blockchain is all about security.
[...]blockchain is slow and inefficient
[...]blockchain is like a Bank Passbook.
[...]blockchain is 'de-intermediarization.
[...]blockchain is fast and powerful database.
[...]blockchain is virtually impossible to hack.
[...]blockchain is supposed to be self-governing.
[...]blockchain is immutable, secure and transparent.
[...]blockchain is where anonymity meets transparency
[...]blockchain is essentially a record of transactions.
[...]blockchain is actually managed by distributed nodes.
[...]blockchain is not Bitcoin-Bitcoin is not Blockchain"
[...]blockchain is just a distributed database of records.
[...]blockchain is nothing more than a glorified spreadsheet.
[...]blockchain is broadcasted to the everyone in the network.
[...]blockchain is not optimized for high transaction systems,
[...]blockchain is decentralized and therefore is not developing
[...]blockchain is restricted to 7 tps and a max of 1mb per block
[...]blockchain is running across countless numbers of computers.
[...]blockchain is only the underlying technology behind Bitcoins.
[...]blockchain is simply a tracking mechanism that is incorruptible.
[...]blockchain is more a design principle than a particular technology.
[...]blockchain is basically just a ledger, a system for keeping records.
[...]blockchain is designed to be immutable, tamper-proof and democratic.
[...]blockchain is hacker-resistant due to the immutable nature of the records.
[...]blockchain is suited to storing small transaction records, not large files.
[...]blockchain is still just a database, a distributed one with tamper protection.
[...]blockchain is a better ledger.
[...]blockchain is a database innovation.
[...]blockchain is a shared public chain.
[...]blockchain is a shared public ledger.
[...]blockchain is a fully redundant data repository.
[...]blockchain is a write-once, append-many electronic ledger.
[...]blockchain is a fully functional Distributed Ledger Technology.
[...]blockchain is a database, innovative and unique, but still a database.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized (peer-to-peer) network composed of nodes.
[...]blockchain is a distributed database that has no single decision maker.
[...]blockchain is a distributed system for maintaining distributed ledgers.
[...]blockchain is a digital platform for recording and verifying transactions.
[...]blockchain is a record-keeping system possessing a specific set of attributes.
[...]blockchain is a de-centralized or distributed self-governance community system.
[...]blockchain is a distributed network performing certain actions programmed into it.
[...]blockchain is a general technique, not a single product or software implementation.
[...]blockchain is an immutable record book.
[...]blockchain is an Append-Only Chain of Blocks
[...]blockchain is the technology backbone of Bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is the ledger to keep track of who owns the digital tokens
[...]blockchain is the technology upon which bitcoin transactions are built.
[...]blockchain is the decentralized ledger that tracks cryptocurrency transactions.
[...]Blockchain technology is the "internet of value".
[...]Blockchain technology is larded through with trust.
[...]Blockchain technology is about far more than just Bitcoin.
[...]Blockchain technology is essentially a new approach to database architecture.
[...]Blockchain technology is rooted in the world of cryptocurrencies, more specifically Bitcoin.
[...]a Blockchain is decentralized.
[...]a Blockchain is deterministic.
[...]a Blockchain is just a spreadsheet.
[...]a Blockchain is just a way to structure data.
[...]a Blockchain is represented as a spreadsheet.
[...]a Blockchain is just a special kind of database.
[...]a Blockchain is comprised of a bunch of technologies that are actually pretty old.
[...]a Blockchain is simply a distributed ledger that tracks transactions among parties.
[...]a blockchain is a ledger.
[...]a blockchain is a type of DLT.
[...]a blockchain is a decentralized ledger system.
[...]a blockchain is a list of records (or blocks).
[...]a blockchain is a database, a database is not a blockchain.
[...]a blockchain is a database that is copied across multiple nodes.
[...]a blockchain is a surprisingly simple and elegant data structure.
[...]a blockchain is a collection of information organized into blocks.
[...]a blockchain is a record of transactions, like a traditional ledger.
[...]a blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger.
[...]a blockchain is an ever-growing set of data blocks.
[...]a blockchain is an immutable, sequential chain of records called Blocks.
[...]a blockchain is the only place where absence of evidence is evidence of absence.
[...]the blockchain is code.
[...]the blockchain is immutable.
[...]the blockchain is tamperproof
[...]the blockchain is incorruptible...
[...]the blockchain is just a database.
[...]the blockchain is simply a ledger.
[...]the blockchain is secure and up-to-date.
[...]the blockchain is completely transparent.
[...]the blockchain is distributed, digital ledger.
[...]the blockchain is transparent and tamper-proof.
[...]the blockchain is public and distributed widely.
[...]the blockchain is more like a journal than a ledger.
[...]the blockchain is currency that you're moving around.
[...]the blockchain is distributed and decentralised ledger.
[...]the blockchain is what the word says; a chain of blocks.
[...]the blockchain is completely decentralized and open source.
[...]the blockchain is often referred to as a distributed ledger.
[...]the blockchain is just one particular type of distributed ledger.
[...]the blockchain is nothing more than a collection of transactions.
[...]the blockchain is simply an online ledger shared by many parties.
[...]the blockchain is also called a distributed or a decentralized ledger.
[...]the blockchain is bitcoin's essence and is owed credit for its success.
[...]the blockchain is inclined to record formal agreements between parties.
[...]the blockchain is shared like a BitTorrent file across the bitcoin network.
[...]the blockchain is maintained by, and visible to, anyone who trades bitcoins.
[...]the blockchain is as a journal or diary shared by people all over the world.
[...]the blockchain is just a public ledger of transactions on the bitcoin network.
[...]the blockchain is actually composed of single transactions known as ""blocks."
[...]the blockchain is never deleted, because it would have to be deleted by all nodes.
[...]the blockchain is a ledger.
[...]the blockchain is a protocol of trust.
[...]the blockchain is a new way to store data
[...]the blockchain is a network and a database.
[...]the blockchain is a ledger of data integrity.
[...]the blockchain is a giant, distributed computer
[...]the blockchain is a magical database in the cloud
[...]the blockchain is a new "value exchange" network.
[...]the blockchain is a linear sequence of linked blocks.
[...]the blockchain is a decentralised, distributed ledger.
[...]the blockchain is a system of permanent record that keeps growing.
[...]the blockchain is a decentralized, consensus-based, time-stamped ledger.
[...]the blockchain is a list of Bitcoin transfers with a 40 character memo line.
[...]the blockchain is a record of who has owned every bitcoin since its inception.
[...]the blockchain is a system for eliminating the need for trust in transactions.
[...]the blockchain is a giant ledger that keeps track of who owns how much bitcoin.
[...]the blockchain is a decentralized ledger for all of the transactions in a network.
[...]the blockchain is a shared public ledger on which the entire Bitcoin network relies.
[...]the blockchain is an information technology.
[...]the blockchain is an "Inefficient, Imposing Mastodon"
[...]the blockchain is an integral part of the world of crypto coins,
[...]the blockchain is an inherently feminine way to move value across the world.
[...]the blockchain is an authority tied to mathematics, not the government or lawyers.
[...]the blockchain is an ever-growing database which will only grow bulkier with time.
[...]the blockchain is the new database
[...]the blockchain is the ultimate legal library.
[...]the blockchain is the trust anchor for the world's data.
[...]the blockchain is the underlying technology that powers Bitcoin.
[...]the blockchain is the beating heart of Bitcoin, the world's most popular cryptocurrency.
[...]blockchain is a Bubble
[...]blockchain is a bad idea.
[...]blockchain is a global endeavor.
[...]blockchain is a quick win if used.
[...]blockchain is a relatively new concept.
[...]blockchain is a 'Trend to Watch Out For'
[...]blockchain is a foundational technology.
[...]blockchain is a natural fit with telehealth
[...]blockchain is a Terrible Idea for Applications
[...]blockchain is a necessity for modern business now.
[...]blockchain is a relatively straightforward concept.
[...]blockchain is a solution looking for problems to solve.
[...]blockchain is a Game Changer for Supply Chain Management
[...]blockchain is a potential game-changer in the rail realm,
[...]blockchain is a major breakthrough and has great potential.
[...]blockchain is a Game Changer for Supply Chain Management Transparency
[...]blockchain is a way to look like you're on the leading edge of technology.
[...]blockchain is a fundamental part of the new operating system for the planet.
[...]blockchain is a foundational technology that will require broad coordination.
[...]blockchain is a game-changing innovation that will reshape entire industries.
[...]blockchain is a technology with an exceptionally broad set of potential uses.
[...]blockchain is a somewhat slow technology when compared to what already exists.
[...]blockchain is a failure because it has been 10 years and not much has come of it?
[...]blockchain is a remarkable solution to problems that we have not even imagined yet.
[...]blockchain is an ideal solution for businesses.
[...]blockchain is an ideal solution for businesses in a lot of ways.
[...]blockchain is an ideal solution for the global food supply chain.
[...]blockchain is an ideal technological medium for the healthcare industry:
[...]blockchain is an enabler of new innovation and disruption of the tourism industry.
[...]blockchain is the Truth
[...]blockchain is the Forest
[...]blockchain is the Future
[...]blockchain is the new black
[...]blockchain is the only one.
[...]blockchain is the solution.
[...]blockchain is the innovation.
[...]blockchain is the future of IoT
[...]blockchain is the 'next big unlock'
[...]blockchain is the obvious solution.
[...]blockchain is the future of business
[...]blockchain is the logical next step.
[...]blockchain is the future of purchasing
[...]blockchain is the most logical choice.
[...]blockchain is the solution to your ills.
[...]blockchain is the record of transactions.
[...]blockchain is the Biggest Innovation Today
[...]blockchain is the digital medium of value.
[...]blockchain is the Solution to Banking Woes
[...]blockchain is the next great database tech.
[...]blockchain is the next phase of the Internet
[...]blockchain is the Future Of The Sharing Economy
[...]blockchain is the Grownup in the Crypto Playroom
[...]blockchain is the new business collaboration tool
[...]blockchain is the next evolution of the internet.
[...]blockchain is the Right Fit for Gold and Diamonds
[...]blockchain is the disruptive technology of the future.
[...]blockchain is the missing link to IoT transformations
[...]blockchain is the next "big thing" in asset management.
[...]blockchain is the right technology for your situation,
[...]blockchain is the most important IT invention of our age,
[...]blockchain is the most popular digital wallet in the world.
[...]blockchain is the most secure paradigm the world has ever seen.
[...]blockchain is the right tool for the job when it comes to Bitcoin.
[...]blockchain is the missing link to transform electric power industry
[...]blockchain is the solution to protecting from food fraud and adulteration.
[...]blockchain is the safest and cheapest alternative to any company's intranet.
[...]blockchain is the first native digital medium for peer-to-peer value exchange.
[...]blockchain is the most over-hyped - and least useful - technology in human history,
[...]Blockchain technology is the future.
[...]Blockchain technology is very powerful...
[...]Blockchain technology is well accepted.
[...]Blockchain technology is changing rapidly.
[...]Blockchain technology is making headlines!
[...]Blockchain technology is Affecting Humanity
[...]Blockchain technology is valuable because it is open.
[...]Blockchain technology is not a bubble, but Bitcoin is,
[...]Blockchain technology is a challenge and an opportunity.
[...]Blockchain technology is Transforming the Legal Industry
[...]Blockchain technology is still very much in the spotlight.
[...]Blockchain technology is likely to be extremely disruptive.
[...]Blockchain technology is a more than commendable innovation.
[...]Blockchain technology is a threat to nations and corporations.
[...]Blockchain technology is still a mystery to many business people.
[...]Blockchain technology is 'Disrupting' The Art Economy As We Know It
[...]Blockchain technology is much more than Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies.
[...]Blockchain technology is bringing a change in learning and development.
[...]Blockchain technology is different from what we are currently doing today.
[...]Blockchain technology is a profound solution to a seemingly impossible problem.
[...]Blockchain technology is the antidote for all the toxic ills unleashed by Internet anarchy.
[...]blockchain technology is a challenge and an opportunity.
[...]blockchain technology is a more than commendable innovation.
[...]blockchain technology is a threat to nations and corporations.
[...]blockchain technology is a profound solution to a seemingly impossible problem.
[...]blockchain technology is a sophisticated, interesting, and emerging technology.
Blockchain is a miracle
Blockchain is a Unicorn
Blockchain is a Passing Fad
Blockchain is a game changer,
Blockchain is a Powerful Tool
Blockchain is a game-changer,
Blockchain is a paradigm shift
Blockchain is a Semantic Wasteland
Blockchain is a useless technology
Blockchain is a key part of Bitcoin.
Blockchain is a big deal for Marketers
Blockchain is a disruptive technology.
Blockchain is a money-burning disaster
Blockchain is a revolutionary concept.
Blockchain is a foundational technology:
Blockchain is a hot technology right now.
Blockchain is a highly malleable technology.
Blockchain is a buzzword in the financial industry,
Blockchain is a Game-Changer for Online Advertising
Blockchain is a potentially transformative technology .
Blockchain is a technology that will change the world forever.
Blockchain is a young technology, first conceptualised in 2008.
Blockchain is a 4th Industrial Rev Tech for Next Gen Energy Grid
Blockchain is a New Model That Makes The Existing Model Obsolete
Blockchain is a waste of time, energy and mental space - please stop.
Blockchain is a truly extraordinary technology that does really mundane things
Blockchain is a robust technology that resembles the internet in the early '90:
Blockchain is a new foundational building block for doing business on the internet.
Blockchain is often defined as a ledger that enables secure, encrypted transactions.
Blockchain is all about how to store, share, and maintain data (transactions) securely.
Blockchain is based on a simple idea, but built upon a complex technological framework.
Blockchain is hailed as a more secure, faster and highly flexible network to transmit data.
Blockchain is tamper-proof and immutable due to decentralization, cryptography and consensus.
Blockchain is in simple terms, a digital ledger where transactions are made and recorded permanently.
blockchain is digitally distributed across a number of computers in almost real-time: the blockchain is
Blockchain is essentially a large database, where querying a hotel in Berlin might return 800 properties.
Blockchain is about using technology to create a shared sense of trust by a group of disparate participants.
Blockchain is essentially a ledger technology that uses cryptography to provide an authoritative record of secure transactions.
Blockchain is most simply defined as a decentralized, distributed ledger technology that records the provenance of a digital asset.
Blockchain is like a vast open-permissioned-interactive spreadsheet that everyone can access and update, but can't change or delete.
blockchain is time-stamped: transactions on the blockchain are time-stamped, making it useful for tracking and verifying information.
Blockchain is open in the sense that it can be verified by any user, and access to it cannot be prevented by any central government authority.
Blockchain is at its core, a method for humans to conduct secure, verified, and recorded transactions online without the use of a middle party.
Blockchain is essentially a distributed database to which data can only be appended, which means that historic data cannot be lost nor corrupted.
Blockchain is quite simply, a digital, decentralized ledger that keeps a record of all transactions that take place across a peer-to-peer network.
Blockchain is a broad technology that is distinct from bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is a distributed database existing on multiple computers at the same time.
Blockchain is a low-level, behind the scenes technology that creates secure databases.
Blockchain is a technology that enables a convenient and secure exchange of information.
Blockchain is a technology that was initially developed for Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is a massive public ledger of every user activity across an extensive network.
Blockchain is a technology which is used to create crypto money like bitcoin or ethereum.
Blockchain is a distributed technology for storing data as an immutable series of records.
Blockchain is a technology or an ecosystem, and it is not the same as blockchain software.
Blockchain is a decentralized, digitized public ledger of all transactions of cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is a technology that originated out of a branch of mathematics called cryptography.
Blockchain is a digital log file, cryptographically protected, that secures online transactions.
Blockchain is a cloud-based, permanent, distributed digital ledger of activities between parties.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger, or database, shared across a public or private computing network.
Blockchain is a form of digital ledger technology based on the decentralised ideal of cryptocurrency.
Blockchain is a unique technology, capable of decentralizing networks and allowing people to connect.
Blockchain is a form of shared database originally developed to underpin the digital currency bitcoin.
Blockchain is a concatenated list in which every list entry (block) can comprise one or more data sets.
Blockchain is a distributed system, which means that there is no central source of processed data in it.
Blockchain is a technology that uses distributed databases, math and cryptography to record transactions.
Blockchain is a fairly new technology platform that runs across millions of devices and is open to anyone.
Blockchain is a space that allows a significant decrease in any sort of liable and responsible regulation.
Blockchain is a type of distributed ledger where all data is replicated for all participants in real-time.
Blockchain is a distributed electronic ledger that keeps a verifiable and unalterable record of transactions.
Blockchain is a distributed peer-to-peer network which records transactions and assets on a business network.
Blockchain is a highly disruptive innovation that will transform financial systems and many other industries.
Blockchain is a document of transactions, spreading throughout the web as extra individuals use cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain is a way of keeping track of stuff, without having a single party responsible for keeping track of it,
Blockchain is a digital ledger that records transactions between parties and requires consensus among all parties.
Blockchain is a public ledger type database made up of records called blocks that are linked together like a chain.
Blockchain is a truly distributed system with built-in protections against losing communication with network nodes.
Blockchain is a distributed database comprising records of transactions that are shared among participating parties.
Blockchain is a programmable, native digital technology that enables simple and immediate execution of complex tasks.
Blockchain is a type of distributed ledger for maintaining a permanent and tamper-proof record of transactional data.
Blockchain is a global online database that anyone with an internet connection can use, but it doesnt belong to anyone.
Blockchain is a decentralized database that maintains a continuously-growing list of records called blocks in a data chain.
Blockchain is a technology that allows peer-to-peer transactions to be recorded on a distributed ledger across the network.
Blockchain is a distributed database that holds records of digital data or events in a way that makes them tamper-resistant.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger that captures transactions across a peer-to-peer network, which may be private or public.
Blockchain is a way of securing financial data which is flexible enough to make an entreaty with any high-stake record keeping.
Blockchain is a distributed database that stores all the Bitcoin transactions that have ever happened in the history of Bitcoin.
Blockchain is a platform that can securely verify transactions and identities through a network of multiple decentralized records.
Blockchain is a web-based bitcoin platform that makes using bitcoin safe, easy, and secure for all consumers and businesses worldwide.
Blockchain is a technology to create and maintain cryptographically secure, shared, and distributed ledger (a database) for transactions.
Blockchain is a decentralized, trustless, distributed ledger technology that was popuarlized by the Bitcoin global cryptocurrency platform.
Blockchain is a digital ledger technology capable of recording transactions and storing data in immutable blocks across a distributed network.
Blockchain is a peer-to-peer technology that uses its distributed ledger and advanced encryption to guarantee the provenance of every transaction.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that enables permissioned sharing of an immutable record among parties to create consensus and trust.
Blockchain is an immutable, public, distributed ledger that anyone can read or write.
Blockchain is an open, distributed ledger (in other words, a list of digital records) known as blocks.
Blockchain is an example of a distributed computing system that incorporates high Byzantine fault tolerance
Blockchain is an open-source, public, distributed computing technology, which is the basis of the well-known cryptocurrency bitcoin.
Blockchain is an open, distributed ledger that can efficiently record transactions between two parties in a verifiable, permanent way.
blockchain is an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way.
Blockchain is the technology stack or enabler behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the technology that tracks and authenticates cryptocurrency transactions.
Blockchain is the underpinning technology that maintains the Bitcoin transaction ledger.
Blockchain is the technology that makes bitcoin and all the other cryptocurrencies possible.
Blockchain is the technology that enables the existence of cryptocurrency (among other things).
Blockchain is the underlying technology ensuring transactions are accurate, transparent and immutable.
Blockchain is the technology the underpins digital currency (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and the like).
Blockchain is the name for a digital ledger program that allows a network of verified users to update data quickly.
Blockchain is the underlying technology to what is commonly known as Bitcoin, however, the technology is not exclusive to Bitcoin.
Blockchain is the technology behind all cryptocurrencies such as ethereum and bitcoin, but the financial industry is only one applications.
Blockchain technology is simply using a network of computers as a ledger system to keep perfect records.
Blockchain technology is nearly impossible to hack because of the decentralized nature of the technology.
Blockchain technology is comprised of blocks that hold batches of time-stamped and encrypted transactions.
Blockchain technology is also decentralized, which means there is no central point of failure and it displaces middlemen.
Blockchain technology is not a company, nor is it an app, but rather an entirely new way of documenting data on the internet.
Blockchain technology is by nature decentralized and collaborative, and the value of cryptocurrency is decided by the community.
Blockchain technology is an invention that can be thought of as a ledger that keeps a record of economic transactions or anything of value.
Blockchain technology is therefore well-suited for recording events, managing records, processing transactions, tracing assets, and voting.
Blockchain technology is a tool for the management of information, specifically the records of transactions.
Blockchain technology is a decentralised digital ledger that enables the secure transfer of data, transactions and records.
Blockchain technology is a digital, distributed transaction ledger with identical copies maintained on each of the network's members' computers.
Blockchain technology is the missing link to settle scalability, privacy, and reliability concerns in the Internet of Things.
Blockchain technology is the building blocks on which cryptocurrencies can function, but its potential use reaches far beyond that
Blockchain is one of the most misunderstood technologies in the history of mankind,
Blockchain is as safe as it is, because its security is based on raw computing power.
Blockchain is very complicated to understand, especially for the non-technical person.
Blockchain is difficult for many people to understand, but so was the Internet initially.
Blockchain is nothing new, but the combination of several existing technologies enables disruption.
Blockchain is considered as being able to change the world again just like what the Internet technology did.
Blockchain is an important step for businesses to achieve radical openness with security.
Blockchain is an elegant piece of technology that does something very complicated very well.
[...]blockchain is Fine
[...]blockchain is free
[...]blockchain is real
[...]blockchain is bulky
[...]blockchain is cool.
[...]blockchain is over.
[...]blockchain is Boring
[...]blockchain is Cloud 2.
[...]blockchain is private.
[...]blockchain is useless.
[...]blockchain is democracy
[...]blockchain is important
[...]blockchain is inclusive
[...]blockchain is "useless".
[...]blockchain is one thing.
[...]blockchain is very limited.
[...]blockchain is already in use
[...]blockchain is far from dead.
[...]blockchain is not a solution.
[...]blockchain is not modifiable.
[...]blockchain is too transparent
[...]blockchain is 'Transformative'
[...]blockchain is changing banking
[...]blockchain is changing finance
[...]blockchain is Changing the IoT
[...]blockchain is Changing The Web
[...]blockchain is considered best.
[...]blockchain is easier to track.
[...]blockchain is happening now.
[...]blockchain is changing business
[...]blockchain is connecting humans
[...]blockchain is not for everyone.
[...]blockchain is very restrictive.
[...]blockchain is Changing Our World
[...]blockchain is Disrupting Fashion
[...]blockchain is disrupting loyalty
[...]blockchain is Impacting Industry
[...]blockchain is actually very dull.
[...]blockchain is changing the world.
[...]blockchain is only the beginning.
[...]blockchain is Banking the Unbanked
[...]blockchain is hot, bitcoin is not.
[...]blockchain is Changing Gold Markets
[...]blockchain is completely different.
[...]blockchain is hardly revolutionary.
[...]blockchain is most hyped tech ever,
[...]blockchain is not a one-trick pony.
[...]blockchain is overshadowing Bitcoin
[...]blockchain is rich with possibility
[...]blockchain is Worth Getting Excited
[...]blockchain is worthy of investment.
[...]blockchain is Coming for Agriculture
[...]blockchain is dangerous for business
[...]blockchain is finally becoming real!
[...]blockchain is good for about a year.
[...]blockchain is Impacting Social Media
[...]blockchain is improving what you eat
[...]blockchain is in every single place.
[...]blockchain is itself being repaired.
[...]blockchain is transforming payments.
[...]blockchain is changing the way we pay
[...]blockchain is key to future services.
[...]blockchain is making steady progress.
[...]blockchain is revolutionising careers
[...]blockchain is Changing Computer Gaming
[...]blockchain is Changing Money Transfers
[...]blockchain is eliminating online fraud
[...]blockchain is only a lunch discussion.
[...]blockchain is quite popular on mobile.
[...]blockchain is Transforming Health Care
[...]blockchain is Boosting Renewable Energy
[...]blockchain is great, but Bitcoin sucks!
[...]blockchain is Helping Genomics Research
[...]blockchain is indeed a viable solution.
[...]blockchain is not such a bad technology
[...]blockchain is supporting climate action
[...]blockchain is being used by governments.
[...]blockchain is Changing Digital Marketing
[...]blockchain is Changing the Mortgage Game
[...]blockchain is Ready To Take Center Stage
[...]blockchain is Reinventing Your News Feed
[...]blockchain is About More Than Just Crypto
[...]blockchain is Indirectly Helping Insurers
[...]blockchain is not the be-all and end-all.
[...]blockchain is Revolutionizing Agriculture
[...]blockchain is still in it's early stages.
[...]blockchain is Totally Changing Healthcare
[...]blockchain is transforming energy systems
[...]blockchain is Transforming Health Records
[...]blockchain is Useless, All ICOs Are Scams
[...]blockchain is what we need for our life ...
[...]blockchain is Worth Getting Excited About
[...]blockchain is altering data and analytics.
[...]blockchain is bringing staffing innovation
[...]blockchain is changing money and business.
[...]blockchain is just behind-the-scenes code.
[...]blockchain is no 'magic wand' for security
[...]blockchain is Real And Bitcoin Is A Mirage
[...]blockchain is still in its nascent stages.
[...]blockchain is About Growth Not Cost Savings
[...]blockchain is Changing the Banking Industry
[...]blockchain is definitely worth focusing on.
[...]blockchain is everything and is everywhere,
[...]blockchain is not the answer to everything.
[...]blockchain is part of the physical process.
[...]blockchain is Revolutionizing Cybersecurity
[...]blockchain is Transforming the Supply Chain
[...]blockchain is used in media and advertising
[...]blockchain is Helping to Clean Up Our Oceans
[...]blockchain is moving in the wrong direction.
[...]blockchain is Poised to Impact Supply Chains
[...]blockchain is set to Revolutionize Elections
[...]blockchain is still a decade from mainstream
[...]blockchain is changing Learning & Development
[...]blockchain is Changing the Financial Industry
[...]blockchain is disrupting the financial sector
[...]blockchain is dominating discussions in Davos
[...]blockchain is for real, and it is a big deal.
[...]blockchain is Influencing the Gaming Industry
[...]blockchain is Powering Up the Energy Industry
[...]blockchain is reshaping the world of business
[...]blockchain is taking hold across Asia Pacific
[...]blockchain is growing faster than the internet
[...]blockchain is revolutionising the legal sector
[...]blockchain is Transforming The Energy Industry
[...]blockchain is already transforming UAE industry
[...]blockchain is building its own trading product.
[...]blockchain is disrupting finance and accounting
[...]blockchain is no bubble but 'Bitcoin likely is'
[...]blockchain is Redefining the Future of Commerce
[...]blockchain is still an experimental technology.
[...]blockchain is Striving To Meet Its Expectations
[...]blockchain is what the Internet was in the 90s.
[...]blockchain is Disrupting the Accounting Industry
[...]blockchain is disrupting the insurance industry.
[...]blockchain is far from being the norm - for now.
[...]blockchain is No Silver Bullet For Cyber Threats
[...]blockchain is probably the better long-term bet.
[...]blockchain is reshaping the real estate industry
[...]blockchain is Disrupting Programmatic Advertising
[...]blockchain is helping investors value real estate
[...]blockchain is likely to transform IT and business
[...]blockchain is Revolutionizing The Gaming Industry
[...]blockchain is set to shake up as much as banking.
[...]blockchain is Helping Democratize Access to Credit
[...]blockchain is Helping Technology Get Its Soul Back
[...]blockchain is Important But "A Bit Of Distraction"
[...]blockchain is Lined to Transform African Economies
[...]blockchain is not a magic solution for everything.
[...]blockchain is Ready to Break Out in the Enterprise
[...]blockchain is really about solving a data problem.
[...]blockchain is Redefining the Rules of Supply Chain
[...]blockchain is revolutionary and paradigm-shifting.
[...]blockchain is securing our expanding online world.
[...]blockchain is Changing the Social Media Environment
[...]blockchain is eliminating cheating in online gaming
[...]blockchain is not a solution for all your problems.
[...]blockchain is not subject to any unique regulation.
[...]blockchain is on its way to Become the New Internet
[...]blockchain is set to revolutionize mining for ever.
[...]blockchain is not all it promises to be for finance.
[...]blockchain is poised to transform the food industry.
[...]blockchain is Revolutionizing The Financial Industry
[...]blockchain is Set To Transform The Healthcare Sector
[...]blockchain is still a secure thing if used properly.
[...]blockchain is about way more than just sending money.
[...]blockchain is Becoming the 'New Normal' In Enterprise
[...]blockchain is Changing Banking and Financial Services
[...]blockchain is Changing the Digital Marketing Industry
[...]blockchain is designed for Business interactions only
[...]blockchain is disrupting the digital marketing space.
[...]blockchain is Making Waves In Media And Entertainment
[...]blockchain is only in the bottom of the first inning.
[...]blockchain is overhyped and top IT bods don't want it
[...]blockchain is Reinventing Business Process Management
[...]blockchain is Replacing Branding As A Source Of Trust
[...]blockchain is revolutionizing supply chain management
[...]blockchain is Solving the Biggest Problems in Fintech
[...]blockchain is a bit of a distraction in the short term
[...]blockchain is full of content that can land you in jail
[...]blockchain is Impacting Data and Processes in Insurance
[...]blockchain is neither cheap nor efficient to run - yet.
[...]blockchain is not a financial services only technology.
[...]blockchain is proving to be quite the disruptive force.
[...]blockchain is '10 Times More Valuable Than the Internet'
[...]blockchain is Finding a Place at Your Thanksgiving Table
[...]blockchain is making an impact on the freelance economy.
[...]blockchain is Reshaping The Advertising and Media Spaces
[...]blockchain is Simplifying Pharmaceutical Track And Trace
[...]blockchain is steadily rippling out to other industries.
[...]blockchain is Creating a New Future for Digital Marketing
[...]blockchain is Empowering Cyberpunks and Governments Alike
[...]blockchain is now being used in numerous different areas.
[...]blockchain is one of the most overhyped technologies ever
[...]blockchain is real for many leading supply chain managers
[...]blockchain is Threatening to Kill the Traditional Utility
[...]blockchain is used with more than just crypto currencies.
[...]blockchain is becoming a C-suite issue for asset managers.
[...]blockchain is Impacting Healthcare And Life Sciences Today
[...]blockchain is one of the most overhyped technologies ever.
[...]blockchain is actually extremely limited in what it can do.
[...]blockchain is now moving out of the peak of the hype phase.
[...]blockchain is so attractive to be used for cryptocurrencies
[...]blockchain is to value what the internet is to information.
[...]blockchain is viewed as an aid to wholesale energy traders.
[...]blockchain is fundamentally altering the business landscape.
[...]blockchain is Good For Business, But Not Great For Consumers
[...]blockchain is most useful where there is no claims adjusting
[...]blockchain is nothing but useless and over-hyped technology.
[...]blockchain is obscure and we need a better, friendlier word.
[...]blockchain is only used for very decentralized applications.
[...]blockchain is set to change the way the world does business.
[...]blockchain is specifically designed to be easy to invest in.
[...]blockchain is Perfect for Securing Our Expanding Online World
[...]blockchain is redefining digital identities and data exchange
[...]blockchain is disrupting the insurance industry for the better
[...]blockchain is about to have an impact on nearly every industry.
[...]blockchain is Bringing Technology Conversations Back in Lending
[...]blockchain is quickly emerging as legal technology's new black.
[...]blockchain is Reshaping Enterprise Software Development in 2018
[...]blockchain is 'Biggest Threat' to Future of US National Security
[...]blockchain is being tested, but adoption is far from widespread.
[...]blockchain is feeding an appetite for transparent food supplies.
[...]blockchain is maintained by a network of people known as miners.
[...]blockchain is Making it Easier for Fintech Companies to Scale Up
[...]blockchain is most likely to change healthcare in the short-run.
[...]blockchain is still five to 10 years away from going mainstream,
[...]blockchain is used by Governments as a form of National Identity
[...]blockchain is by definition independent, transparent, and secure.
[...]blockchain is ideal for transforming a host of digital processes.
[...]blockchain is abstract, technical and happening behind the scenes.
[...]blockchain is bringing technology conversations back to the table.
[...]blockchain is Changing The Face of Trucking, Logistics and Freight
[...]blockchain is like the electricity that is powering the lightbulb.
[...]blockchain is stuck in is actually holding global acceptance back.
[...]blockchain is all talk and no show: great thunder, yet little rain.
[...]blockchain is Enabling the New Era of Digital Financial Investments
[...]blockchain is everywhere - and that includes media and advertising.
[...]blockchain is pioneering transparent and secure business processes.
[...]blockchain is solving industry problems, and this is the new world.
[...]blockchain is something that we will hear about more in the future.
[...]blockchain is about decentralized data, processes, and transactions.
[...]blockchain is in its nascent phase - think of the internet in 1996.
[...]blockchain is surely going to rise significantly in the coming days.
[...]blockchain is accelerating breakthroughs in its range of applications.
[...]blockchain is Disrupting Enterprise Finance And Accounting Departments
[...]blockchain is Enabling the New Era of Digital Financial Investmentment
[...]blockchain is among the least exciting technologies making waves today.
[...]blockchain is at the peak of inflated expectations on their hype cycle.
[...]blockchain is not the solution itself, and it comes with its own risks.
[...]blockchain is Revolutionizing The World Of Transportation And Logistics
[...]blockchain is strengthening tuna traceability to combat illegal fishing
[...]blockchain is doing to trust what the early internet did to information.
[...]blockchain is introducing the second iteration of computation structure.
[...]blockchain is leading the revolution in redefining the new-age internet.
[...]blockchain is poised to change how people do business by offering trust.
[...]blockchain is sometimes portrayed as a magical solution to all problems.
[...]blockchain is having a significant impact on many domains and industries.
[...]blockchain is here to stay and is transforming how our society functions.
[...]blockchain is very useful for proof-of-work, auditing and data integrity.
[...]blockchain is being absorbed into the economy and global political system.
[...]blockchain is disruptive, it's bound by the same rules as most businesses.
[...]blockchain is not about decentralisation and democracy; it is about greed.
[...]blockchain is rife with possibilities for organizations, if not consumers.
[...]blockchain is one of the technologies used in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin
[...]blockchain is seen as key to the digital transformation economy by so many.
[...]blockchain is some sort of distributed computer, performing distributed computations.
[...]blockchain is distributed - it addresses the problem of lack of a trusted intermediary.
[...]blockchain is just a database with certain structure: it's an ordered, back-linked list.
[...]blockchain is often described as consisting of (among other things) an immutable ledger.
[...]blockchain is just a tamper-resistant way of recording transactions into a digital ledger.
[...]blockchain is only around 8GB so keeping that on a 16GB microSD card with the OS will work well.
[...]blockchain is full of transactions and not much else (and a bit of data that connect the blocks).
[...]blockchain is basically a public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions that have ever been executed.
[...]blockchain is both transparent and immutable which helps in creating a permanent record of transactions.
[...]blockchain is more secure and transparent, while the privacy is not harmed and the risk lowers significantly.
[...]blockchain is similar in potential to TCP/IP, the suite of network protocols that enabled the World Wide Web.
[...]blockchain is superior to vulnerable data centres previously relied upon by transactions and cloud computing.
[...]blockchain is indeed completely unscalable; adding resources does not affect the speed of transactions at all.
[...]blockchain is jargon-heavy and intimidating: cryptocurrencies, ICOs, smart contracts, token sales, and mining.
[...]blockchain is quite simple: a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of ordered records.
[...]blockchain is consensual, after a certain point of centralization, the rules of the system depend on very few users.
[...]blockchain is one thing that has come out of Bitcoin which provides a lot of flexibility in terms of financial transactions.
[...]blockchain is not viable at scale due to its energy consumption and transaction speed is a conflation of Bitcoin with blockchain.
[...]blockchain is more than just bitcoin; it's a method of tracking transactions using technology that could prove to be revolutionary.
[...]blockchain is shorthand for a whole suite of distributed ledger technologies that can be programmed to record and track anything of value.
[...]blockchain is mostly known as the backbone technology behind Bitcoin and is one of the hottest and most intriguing technologies in the market.
[...]blockchain is able to verify identity of IoT devices and the people interacting with them to prevent compromised devices usurping the platform.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized ledger that creates, verifies, and enforces contracts.
[...]blockchain is a shared, incorruptible ledger for recording the history of transactions.
[...]blockchain is a database of encrypted transactions stored across a network of computers.
[...]blockchain is a data-storage solution that does not directly address ad fraud in any way.
[...]blockchain is a reliable, difficult-to-hack record of transactions - and of who owns what.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized, transparent ledger of transactions across peer-to-peer networks.
[...]blockchain is a digital technology for securely recording, storing, and verifying transactions.
[...]blockchain is a distributed database system that is continuously updated in chronological order.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized software mechanism that enables a public distributed ledger system.
[...]blockchain is a distributed trustless verification system, something that didn't previously exist.
[...]blockchain is a digital ledger of transactions shared across a global network of powerful computers.
[...]blockchain is a distributed record of transactions maintained by a decentralised network of computers.
[...]blockchain is a continuously updated record of transactions spread out across a vast network of computers.
[...]blockchain is a valid technology to log and report on assets that are shared between non-trusting parties.
[...]blockchain is a decentralised technology or distributed ledger on which transactions are anonymously recorded.
[...]blockchain is a distributed, decentralized ledger based on "blocks," each of which is a record of a transaction.
[...]blockchain is a transaction ledger that maintains identical copies across each member computer within a network.
[...]blockchain is a database technology that leverages two unique features, namely transparency, and decentralization.
[...]blockchain is a massive, decentralized ledger of transactions maintained by many different, decentralized sources.
[...]blockchain is a shared, digitized ledger that cannot be changed once a transaction has been recorded and verified.
[...]blockchain is a record-keeping mechanism that makes it easier and safer for businesses to work together over the internet.
[...]blockchain is a self-maintaining database which typically has a "functionality wrapper", or app development platform, on top.
[...]blockchain is a decentralized, public ledger that contains the details of every Bitcoin transaction that has ever been completed.
[...]blockchain is a coordination mechanism, a technology that facilitates cooperation between individuals by lowering transaction costs.
[...]blockchain is a way for people to immediately share trusted information over a peer-to-peer network without a central administrator.
[...]blockchain is a way of structuring data by forming and linking blocks of cryptographically signed and time-stamped transaction data.
[...]blockchain is a digital ledger in which transactions made in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency are recorded chronologically and publicly.
[...]blockchain is a digital ledger that allows people to record data securely, in a way that the data is both verifiable and decentralized.
[...]blockchain is a different way of keeping track of a normative set of information, instead of storing the information in one central location
[...]blockchain is a decentralized ledger that allows multiple parties to records transactions between them efficiently, securely and permanently.
[...]blockchain is a network of computers, all of which must approve a transaction has taken place before it is recorded, in a "chain" of computer code.
[...]blockchain is a network that utilizes cryptography to store records and information (the block) securely and link them with other records (the chain).
[...]blockchain is an open, distributed ledger that records transactions safely, permanently, and very efficiently.
[...]blockchain is an incorruptible ledger or record book; therefore, the technology can be used to securely store data in decentralized blocks.
[...]blockchain is the tech supporting Bitcoin-a currency attempting its own form of financial disruption.
[...]blockchain is the technology behind bitcoin, a distributed and tamper-proof database which could be leveraged in many other applications.
[...]blockchain is the platform on which cryptocurrency is built, helping facilitate and enforce the transfer and record keeping of the currencies.
[...]blockchain is the technology backbone of the network and provides a tamper-proof data structure, providing a shared public ledger open to all.
[...]blockchain is the digital global ledger that not only records cryptocurrency transactions, but also provides a home for documents of all sorts.
[...]Blockchain technology is simply too slow and that it is a shortcoming that cannot be overcome.
[...]Blockchain technology is a way to transfer any kind of information in a fast, tracked, and secure way.
[...]Blockchain technology is not patch-based, making it more secure than many of today's cybersecurity initiatives,
[...]Blockchain technology is used in a peer-to-peer network of parties, who all participate in a given transaction.
[...]Blockchain technology is one of the foundational concepts in the bitcoin system (and most other cryptocurrency systems)
[...]Blockchain technology is the essence of Bitcoin and the fundamental innovation with which many processes can be overhauled.
[...]a Blockchain is similar to a type of database, electronic ledger or transaction history.
[...]a Blockchain is programmed so that when a new block is accepted, it automatically releases cryptocurrency to the miner.
[...]a Blockchain is like a mathematical formula, like the quadratic equation or the formula to change Fahrenheit to Centigrade.
[...]a blockchain is in its essence, a decentralized and more secure database and there are multiple forms of its implementations.
[...]a Blockchain is like an application server: it hosts business logic and ensures it runs at the right time and for the right reasons.
[...]a Blockchain is just another type of database for recording transactions - one that is copied to all of the computers in a participating network
[...]a Blockchain is supposed to be set up so that entries are only posted by authorized users and that, once posted, they're verified to be correct.
[...]a blockchain is a linked list of blocks and a block is a group of ordered transactions.
[...]a blockchain is a kind of ledger, a table that businesses use to track credits and debits.
[...]a blockchain is a sequence of blocks, but distributed ledgers do not require such a chain.
[...]a blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions.
[...]a blockchain is a distributed database of transactions with safeguards against malicious attacks.
[...]a blockchain is a global online database which anyone anywhere with an internet connection can use.
[...]a blockchain is a distributed database that maintains an ever-growing list of records called blocks.
[...]a blockchain is a truly distributed, peer-to-peer database that does not require a central administrator.
[...]a blockchain is a protocol that describes how transactions are defined, connected, transmitted and collected.
[...]a blockchain is a decentralized, incorruptible digital ledger that can be programmed to record nearly anything.
[...]a blockchain is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography.
[...]a blockchain is a neutral, transparent and unalterable database living in multiple locations and shared by a community.
[...]a blockchain is a digital ledger, secured by cryptography so powerful that tampering with it is dismissed as "impossible".
[...]a blockchain is a distributed open ledger that can record transactions between parties quickly in a verifiable and permanent way.
[...]a blockchain is a kind of independent, transparent, and permanent database coexisting in multiple locations and shared by a community.
[...]a blockchain is an encrypted and immutable linked list, meaning that it is very difficult to insert or delete blocks from it.
[...]a blockchain is an immutable digital public ledger that is a continuously growing distributed database that is cryptographically secured.
[...]a blockchain is an open database maintained by a network of independent participants who get paid in cryptocurrency (tokens) for their work.
[...]the blockchain is the framework facilitating transaction processing and coordination among interacting devices.
[...]the blockchain is the only place that bitcoins can be said to exist in the form of unspent outputs of transactions.
[...]the blockchain is the foundation upon which applications, such a cryptocurrencies (like Bitcoin) and platforms can be built.
[...]the blockchain is the mechanism which keeps everyone on the same page and prevents accounting errors, accidental or deliberate.
[...]the blockchain is the shared data layer and the bitcoin protocol is a decentralized protocol that's part of the shared protocol Layer.
[...]the blockchain is the backbone of newer distribution technologies, and an "auditable record of actions" will follow that information wherever it goes.
Blockchain is designed to store information in a way that makes it virtually impossible to add, remove or change data without being detected by other users.
Blockchain is essentially a global public ledger capable of automatically recording and verifying a high volume of digital transactions, regardless of location.
Blockchain is essentially a large immutable database which, due to its security features and decentralized nature, can pose a threat to traditional intermediaries.
Blockchain is perhaps best understood as a decentralized ledger that can diminish costs by removing intermediaries such as banks and effectively decentralizing trust.
Blockchain is just a digital ledger, a digitized record of whatever data is added by its members, with no ability to verify the accuracy of the underlying data itself.
Blockchain is not a distributed database replacement: blockchain complements distributed database technology, with appropriate information partitioning between the two.
Blockchain is in effect a single federated ledger that everybody who uses and touches that engine could use it as a single point of truth of what has happened to the engine,
Blockchain is distributed, decentralised database technology that maintains a growing list of transactions and, through encryption and other activity, verifies their permanence,
Blockchain is encrypted: it uses heavy-duty encryption involving public and private keys (rather like the two-key system to access a safety deposit box) to maintain virtual security.
Blockchain is significantly worse then a bank and there will be significantt destruction caused by the ignorant who push it and their irrational fear of the effective and progressive Banks.
Blockchain is being used to help track, in real time, millions of shipping containers across the world by providing a trusted, tamper-proof, cross-border system for digitized trade documents.
Blockchain is without a doubt one of the most-hyped technologies this year with people working in the industry seeing it as a silver bullet solution to many processes, which indeed it may not be.
Blockchain is challenging the current status quo of innovation by letting companies experiment with groundbreaking technology like p2p energy distribution or decentralized forms for news media.
Blockchain is best known as the technology behind the cryptocurrency bitcoin - a digital currency whose value soared above $19,000 over the last year before slumping to half that when the frenzy subsided.
Blockchain is now a familiar term to many, though in most cases, its meaning will be inextricably linked to bitcoin after a 10-fold price surge in 2017 valued this cryptocurrency at more than $180 billion.
Blockchain is here and now, and it will continue to gain traction as it provides transparency to the supply chain-especially in complex supply chain industries, such as the automotive and retail industries.
Blockchain is either a word you have heard of, and ignored, because you are intimidated by technology and have no idea how it applies to your life OR it is something with which you are completely fascinated.
Blockchain is here and now, and it will continue to gain traction as it provides transparency to the supply chain - especially in complex supply chain industries, such as the automotive and retail industries.
Blockchain is one innovation whose architectural properties increasingly provide essential foundations to the digital landscape where there is an appetite to define greater levels of autonomy and attribution.
Blockchain is a digital ledger of transactions that can be programmed to record not just cryptocurrency transactions but virtually everything of value.
Blockchain is a ledger can be written onto with new information, but the previous information, stored in blocks, cannot be edited, adjusted or changed.
Blockchain is a ledger of records structured into blocks of data, which are connected using secure cryptographic validation to form a continuous chain.
Blockchain is a new class of information technology that combines cryptography with distributed computing both of which existed for a number of decades.
Blockchain is a simple digital platform for recording and verifying transactions so that other people can't erase them later - and anyone can see them.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that provides consensus, provenance, finality, and immutabilty of business transactions and digital assets.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger - multiple copies of the same information - in a decentralized manner - with multiple locations and a copy of that list.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger of transactions-like financial invoices, work orders, and delivery records-maintained by interested parties in a network.
Blockchain is a secure platform, ledger, or database where buyers and sellers could store and exchange value without the need for traditional intermediaries
Blockchain is a public register in which transactions between multiple users belonging to the same network are stored in a secure, verifiable and permanent way.
Blockchain is a shared, public ledger of records or transactions that is open to inspection by every participant but not subject to any form of central control.
Blockchain is a decentralized record and it is changeless, straightforward and effortlessly auditable that empower clients to have control over their information
Blockchain is a mathematically ensured cyber security technology for rapid and immutable identification of modifications in digital data and intelligent devices.
Blockchain is a new way of storing data in a distributed ledger that allows multiple stakeholders to confidently and securely share access to the same information.
Blockchain is a decentralized, peer to peer, immutable storage network which is censor free and regulator free because of the absence of one single controlling entity.
Blockchain is a vast, globally distributed ledger where anyone, anywhere can move, store and manage any kind of asset, from money and securities to intellectual property and votes
Blockchain is a distributed ledger, which simply means that a ledger is spread across the network among all peers in the network, and each peer holds a copy of the complete ledger.
Blockchain is a type of distributed ledger that can be used to create an authoritative record of events, which in turn can be used to provide trust within an untrusted environment.
Blockchain is a versatile technology that can record financial transactions, store medical records, or even track the flow of goods, information, and payments through a supply chain.
Blockchain is a decentralized, peer-to-peer network that provides insurers and stakeholders a way of "producing, storing, managing and sharing data as a secure record of transactions,
Blockchain is a distributed deployment and real-time synchronization system, allows participants from different parties to create and maintain the data through mechanism for consensus.
Blockchain is a transparent ledger that provides proof of ownership and allows for the efficient exchange of ownership in a way that is historically unprecedented in terms of security.
Blockchain is a standard global platform allows multiple participants to connect at the same time and records all digital objects, users, and their relative operations on this platform.
Blockchain is a digital ledger that provides a secure way of making and recording transactions, agreements and contracts - anything that needs to be recorded and verified as having taken place.
Blockchain is a storage mechanism for information, most often associated with cryptocurrency like bitcoin, but you can use it for any information, from financial transactions to medical records.
Blockchain is a disruptive technology that is not limited to any particular field, and it has a wide range of applications including finance, logistics, medicine and intellectual property rights.
Blockchain is a decentralized electronic, encrypted ledger or database platform - in other words, a way to immutably store digital data so that it can be securely shared across networks and users.
Blockchain is a type of data structure that enables identifying and tracking transactions digitally and sharing this information across a distributed network of computers, creating a trusted network.
Blockchain is a unique record storage technology which allows contributors to directly enter information into the chain before it is locked in by other computers who are also contributing to the chain.
Blockchain is a distributed, secure ledger (database) that uses cryptography over a peer-to-peer network technology to group transactions into BLOCKS and store them in a tamper-evident, interlinked CHAIN.
Blockchain is a disruptive technology in a sense that it can be used to store any value information like money, goods, property, work, or even votes without the need of a central authority to verify or prove it.
Blockchain is an open source value transfer protocol that runs on a distributed peer to peer network and secures transaction records through cryptography.
Blockchain is an immutable and cryptographically secure archive of records stored on a distributed ledger, which uses smart contracts built on the Ethereum platform.
Blockchain is an incorruptible real-time ledger of economics that can be encoded to record not just the history of financial transactions but nearly everything of value.
Blockchain is the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies like bitcoin; it's essentially a massive Excel sheet that operates in a decentralized network format.
Blockchain is the ingeniously simple, revolutionary protocol that allows transactions to be simultaneously anonymous and secure by maintaining a tamperproof public ledger of value.
Blockchain is the distributed ledger technology underlying bitcoin that uses software algorithms to record transactions or any digital interaction with reliability, security and anonymity.
Blockchain is the technology that supports the use of vast distributed ledgers to record any transaction and track the movement of any asset, whether tangible, intangible, or digital and open to anyone.
Blockchain technology is designed to store pieces of information inside blocks, not as a killer apps but as a layer to empower trustless features that really matter and create values in this ecosystem.
A blockchain is an alternative to classical financial ledgers by providing a new way to create, exchange, and track information pertaining to the ownership of financial assets.
A blockchain is usually managed by a second-layer network of peer-to-peer computing nodes.
A blockchain is what allows Bitcoin and hundreds of other cryptocurrencies to record transfers.
A blockchain is for making sure that you have a reliable and immutable audit trail of something.
A blockchain is transparent and the data is available to anyone who has software that needs to access it.
A blockchain is like a place where you store any data semi-publicly in a linear container space (the block).
A blockchain is decentralized, so no single authority has the discretion to approve the transactions or set rules.
A blockchain is designed to be immutable; once a piece of information goes in there, you can depend on it never changing.
A blockchain is actually a database because it is a digital ledger that stores information in data structures called blocks.
A blockchain is similar to this: it can have numerous connected nodes, but remain totally separate and unique from other blockchains.
A blockchain is made up of individual blocks of data involving a series of related transactions, linked together in consecutive order.
A blockchain is essentially a ledger that has records (like the details of a digital money transaction) locked in groups called blocks.
A blockchain is distributed ledger technology that digitally and chronlogically records transactions that take place between two parties.
A blockchain is implemented via software, and there are various software projects that have been written to create and manage blockchains.
A blockchain is highly fault tolerant since if one or more nodes are down, there will always be other nodes available that will run the blockchain.
A blockchain is decentralized, so there is no single authority that can approve the transactions or set specific rules to have transactions accepted.
A blockchain is a public cloud and also a transparent and tamper-proof digital ledger.
A blockchain is a shared, encrypted set of records maintained by a network of computers.
A blockchain is a global online database that anyone with an internet connection can use.
A blockchain is a type of diary or spreadsheet containing information about transactions.
A blockchain is a continuously growing list of records that are linked together in sequence.
A blockchain is a digital ledger of records that's arranged in chunks of data called blocks.
A blockchain is a kind of "public ledger," a transparent record of transactions between parties.
A blockchain is a digital ledger that is distributed, decentralised, verifiable and irreversible.
A blockchain is a protocol and ledger for building an immutable historical record of transactions
A blockchain is a public ledger of all transactions that have ever been executed within an ecosystem.
A blockchain is a sequence of records, shared among a network, that are both accessible and immutable
A blockchain is a secure distributed immutable database shared by all parties in a distributed network
A blockchain is a data structure made up of blocks of data, and they are linked together; hence the chain.
A blockchain is a decentralized, distributed, public ledger of transactional data secured by cryptography.
A blockchain is a distributed database platform utilizing chronologically linked segments known as blocks.
A blockchain is a ledger of facts, replicated across several computers assembled in a peer-to-peer network.
A blockchain is a public ledger of information collected through a network that sits on top of the internet.
A blockchain is a digital ledger designed to keep an accessible, verifiable, distributed record of data sets.
A blockchain is a distributed, decentralized ledger that lets information be viewed but not copied or altered.
A blockchain is a append-only database (where past records after confirmations cannot be altered in the future).
A blockchain is a distributed ledger database that uses a cryptographic network to provide a single source of truth.
A blockchain is a records holder, a place where all data entered is kept safe and sound for you to read and analyse.
A blockchain is a network of computers that stores transactional data in replica across every PC (node) in the system.
A blockchain is a system of computers, in which information is stored and shared among all participants of the network.
A blockchain is a distributed database that keeps a continuously-growing list of records protected from revision and tampering.
A blockchain is a digital, decentralized ledger that keeps a history of all transactions that occur on the blockchain's network.
A blockchain is a distributed database maintaining a constantly-growing list of data records secured from tampering and revision.
A blockchain is a ledger of lists or blocks of data transactions that constantly grows as new transactions or data sets are added.
A blockchain is a distributed database, meaning that the storage devices for the database are not all connected to a common processor.
A blockchain is a decentralized ledger of sorts; code which doesn't live on any single computer but rather is distributed across nodes.
A blockchain is a ledger of records arranged in data batches called blocks that use cryptographic validation to link themselves together.
A blockchain is a shared, distributed ledger - really a new type of database structure - that runs without a single centralized operator.
A blockchain is a cryptographic, or encoded, ledger comprising of a digital log of transactions shared across a public or private network.
A blockchain is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of data records hardened against tampering and revision,
A blockchain is a distributed ledger that maintains a continuously growing list of data records on decentralized servers, working as nodes.
A blockchain is a distributed ledger technology secured by cryptography, used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks.
A blockchain is a database run by software that bundles information, protects it using cryptography, and stores it on the computers of participants.
A blockchain is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger forged by consensus, combined with a system for "smart contracts" and other assistive technologies.
[...]the blockchain is distributed across many computers and transparent for everyone to see.
[...]the blockchain is programmed to follow a model of democratic governance, aka the majority.
[...]the blockchain is capable of securely storing self-identifying data that knows who owns it.
[...]the blockchain is blocks of data cleverly chained together and distributed across lots of servers.
[...]the blockchain is actually a way to structure data, and the foundation of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
[...]the blockchain is just one type of public, permissionless, proof-of-work, peer-to-peer distributed ledger.
[...]the blockchain is "a technology that allows people who don't know each other to trust a shared record of events".
[...]the blockchain is distributed as the ledger itself that is shared with everyone using the same blockchain network.
[...]the blockchain is stored locally on the computer hard drive of every user running a full version of the Bitcoin software.
[...]the blockchain is nothing more than a long string of transactions, each of which refers to an earlier record in the chain.
[...]the blockchain is validated across the distributed network, before including the transaction as the next block on the chain.
[...]the blockchain is the mechanism which keeps everyone on the same page and prevents accounting errors, accidental or deliberate.
[...]the blockchain is maintained by the participants collectively and potentially enabling third-party delegates, participants or providers.
[...]the blockchain is remarkably durable, stored digitally on the local computers of all users operating a full version of the Bitcoin software;
[...]the blockchain is stored in a decentralized manner and secured so that no-one can modify transactions after they are added to the blockchain.
[...]the blockchain is where all transaction data is stored, what wallets check to confirm ownership of bitcoin, and is how new bitcoins are created.
[...]the blockchain is fully transparent and available to all-but only the miners that are the first to process an individual transaction are compensated.
[...]the blockchain is a constantly updated public ledger of transactions in a given system.
[...]the blockchain is a ledger that stores data that has been verified as true and accurate.
[...]the blockchain is a public immutable and decentralized global ledger powered by Bitcoin.
[...]the blockchain is a decentralized ledger of all transactions across a peer-to-peer network.
[...]the blockchain is a log of all transactions that were ever verified on the Bitcoin network.
[...]the blockchain is a global system of checks and balances that creates trust among all parties.
[...]the blockchain is a transparent record of all transactions between users on the Bitcoin Network.
[...]the blockchain is a way for everyone in a cryptocurrency network to store the current state of the network.
[...]the blockchain is a decentralized ledger, that is, a list of all transactions across a peer-to-peer network.
[...]the blockchain is a distributed database, where every unit of transaction contains its own transaction history.
[...]the blockchain is a shared virtual public ledger where encrypted transactions are confirmed by outside parties.
[...]the blockchain is a distributed ledger representing a network consensus of every transaction that has ever occurred.
[...]the blockchain is a distributed ledger, shared by untrusted participants, with strong guarantees about accuracy and consistency.
[...]the blockchain is a platform technology that benefits from efficiently linking a large number of participants and users and offering easy access.
[...]the blockchain is an anonymous peer-to-peer payment system that relies on secure cryptographic protocols.
[...]the blockchain is an open, global infrastructure upon which other technologies and applications can be built.
[...]the blockchain technology is fundamentally an open distributed network, and efforts to create private Blockchains should not even be considered Blockchains.
[...]the blockchain technology is a public ledger that records all transactions that have ever occurred.
[...]blockchain is a hope-a legitimate hope-for the very real struggles in Latin America.
[...]blockchain is a technology and highly technical to grasp but there is more to it than just that.
[...]blockchain is a bubble, on par with the dotcom bubble that occurred at the turn of the millennium.
[...]blockchain is a breakthrough technology that is expected to alter most industries in the coming years.
[...]blockchain is a much better solution to storing and exchanging digital value than anything that has come before it.
[...]blockchain is a foundational technology, with the potential to create new foundations for economic and social systems,
[...]blockchain is a technology that is worth getting to know, as it may very well spark a revolution across various industries.
[...]blockchain is a relatively new tool that will undoubtedly see the development of guidelines and guardrails from federal regulators.
[...]blockchain is a network business, just like the telephone: the more participants in a network, the greater its potential usefulness to each member.
The blockchain is the latest in a series of technologies to make headline news and turn heads at its mere mention.
The blockchain is the technology and the system that could enable the global-scale coordination of seven billion intelligent agents.
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Blockchain Will Change Everything
the blockchain will set us free.
blockchain will be the end of poverty.
blockchain will solve climate change.
Blockchain will transform society.
blockchain will liberate lawyers
Blockchain will track how meat gets from Australian farms to Chinese tables
Blockchain Will Help to Explore Space
The blockchain is going to be the next thing.
Blockchain will Change Winnipeg
Blockchain will remain a solution looking for a problem
blockchain will save the universe
blockchain will revolutionize sports.
blockchain will change intellectual property
Blockchain will be the most overused and misunderstood term in 2018.
blockchain will have a huge impact on our future.
Blockchain Will Help Counter the Problem of Deforestation
Blockchain Will Disrupt Your Business
Blockchain Will Change the World
blockchain will radically change our lives
blockchain will no longer be a buzzword; it will be as ubiquitous as the internet.
Blockchain will change the way we shop
blockchain will influence open source
Blockchain Will Redefine Business
Blockchain Will Change Photography
Blockchain Will Make Advertising Better.
Blockchain will penetrate society more than the Internet.
Blockchain Will Stop Spam Calls In India;
blockchain will become 'obsolete'
Blockchain will protect us
Blockchain will influence your Business
blockchain will create winners and losers.
Blockchain Will Transform Business in 3 to 5 Years
Blockchain Will Save Our Salad
blockchain will disrupt the art market:
blockchain will make no difference.
Blockchain will move beyond cryptocurrency.
Blockchain Will Not Save The World
Blockchain will offer a solution by being able to store information about your artwork in its distributed ledger.
blockchain will soon transform every institution—in some ways more than the internet did.
the Blockchain Will Make the World a Better Place
Blockchain Will Be Ours!
blockchain will profoundly change how records are kept and transactions are processed.
the blockchain will transform housing markets
Blockchain Will Trump Populism
Blockchain will further establish a sense of democracy and equality through its disruptive power.
blockchain will fundamentally change our lives in future
Blockchain will usher in the era of decentralised computing blogs.
Blockchain will aid in the authorization and identification of people.
Blockchain will enable banks to preserve their investment in legacy systems
blockchain will be a significant technology for advancing productivity in business processes and business platforms
Blockchain Will Transform The Insurance Industry
blockchain will add value to your company.
Blockchain Will Kill Traditional Ecommerce
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Mortgages
blockchain will transform our cities
blockchain will smash hierarchies
Blockchain will secure the internet of things
Blockchain will transform the upcoming digital world and IT to the new levels.
the blockchain will reduce back office costs.
blockchain will move on to the Plateau of Productivity and become an established part of the industry.
Blockchain will change the way goverments are run
the Blockchain will be another network technology that changes everything.
Blockchain Will Change the Real Estate Industry Forever
The Blockchain will also make money laundering much more difficult.
Blockchain will continue to see "significant attention" in the US and Canada in particular.
the Blockchain will change gaming forever
blockchain will reshape the financial services industry
the Blockchain will reach into the very depths of our personal lives.
Blockchain Will Be An Engine For Inclusion
Blockchain will change the tourism industry
The Blockchain will allow all of us to vote with a click.
Blockchain will disrupt customer marketing like no other technology.
the Blockchain will guarantee that we are who we say we are.
blockchain will power the new energy network
the blockchain will radically alter our future
Blockchain Will Disrupt the Healthcare Industry
the blockchain will propel a services revolution
Blockchain Will Replace Traditional Payment Systems
Blockchain will impact relations between various actors in the tourism network.
blockchain technology will soon be an integral part of our lives.
Blockchain Will Fundamentally Change Corporate Finance
Blockchain will revolutionize the music industry
Blockchain will also end cash counterfeiting.
the blockchain will cut trade finance costs up to $20 billion.
blockchain will change the future of the freelancer industry
blockchain will cut the costs of financial intermediaries by $20 billion a year.
blockchain will arguably make voting much more secure than paper ballot voting.
Blockchain Will Transform the Asset Management Industry
Blockchain will be Adopted Within Five Years
Blockchain Will Transform the Agriculture Industry
Blockchain will do to banking what internet did to media
Blockchain Will Make the Biggest Difference in Developing Countries
blockchain will be the one greater differentiator.
Blockchain will Transform Digital Advertising, Media & Entertainment
Blockchain Will Be 10 Times More Valuable Than the Internet
Blockchain Will Bring Back Data Ownership to Consumers
Blockchain Will Drive the Need for Change
Blockchain will change the pharma industry
blockchain will be actively used within six years.
blockchain will decentralize healthcare
Blockchain will be able to boost global trade volumes by more than $1 trillion in 2026,
blockchain will transform the utilities industry
Blockchain Will Turn Your 20 Phone Apps Into One
blockchain will be tracking syndicate loans by the second quarter of 2016 at latest.
blockchain will serve as the basis for most of the world's transactions and communications in the future.
Blockchain will also mature over a period.
Blockchain Will Change the Auto Industry
Blockchain will link payer, provider, patient data like never before
blockchain will have a significant influence on finance, and most of all, on the invoice.
Blockchain will make the supply chain, food distribution and energy more efficient
Blockchain Will Be Responsible
Blockchain Will Change Your Future Browser Experience
Blockchain will replace egaming in Gibraltar,
blockchain will impact the mobile gaming industry globally as well as what could be the next big junior investing wave in Canada after cannabis.
Blockchain Will Secure Our Digital Lives
blockchain will be the second generation of the internet.
blockchain will help brokers bypass traditional insurers
blockchain will transform our world
blockchain will build a completely new foundation of digital trust for organizations, transforming operations as well as business relationships.
blockchain will transform retail lending
Blockchain will Go Far Beyond its Origins to Create Industries of the Future
blockchain will help spot fake news
Blockchain will Disrupt Facilities Management in Australia
Blockchain Will Eliminate Poverty
Blockchain Will Drive the Next Industrial Revolution
Blockchain will transform how the economy works
blockchain will be a huge threat for many jobs in the financial sector.
blockchain will be much more impactful when it is adopted at scale, across the network
blockchain will revolutionise your education
Blockchain Will Underpin the Financial Industry 'In Five Years'
the blockchain will transform the stock market
Blockchain will be to transactions what the internet was to communication
blockchain will impact on many areas of our lives
blockchain will support a broad array of new IT initiatives.
Blockchain Will Disrupt the Marketing Industry Forever
Blockchain Will Eliminate Banks and Democratize Money
blockchain will herald the internet of value.
blockchain will enable pay-as-you-go insurance
blockchain will cut index-fund costs
blockchain will disrupt systems.
The blockchain will protect the data from security breaches.
blockchain will impact the way we use the web,
Blockchain Will Transform Higher Education in the Next Decade
blockchain will bring transparency to the capital raising process
blockchain will disrupt the energy sector
Blockchain will Transform Financial Services
the blockchain will radically transform the economy
Blockchain will enable new data analytics use cases.
blockchain will not only benefit the asset management industry, but will also mean obsolescence for certain intermediary roles,
Blockchain will return financial power to the people
Blockchain will shape the future of banking, putting power back into consumers' hands,
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Payment Speed and Compliance
the blockchain will be used for online transactions.
Blockchain will transform the role for audit
Blockchain will do to corporate reporting and financial transactions, what the internet did for knowledge.
Blockchain Will Become a Reality in 2016
blockchain will create a new wave of major disruption in media-content distribution.
Blockchain Will Make Carbon Visible for Everybody
Blockchain will enable a near real-time and immutable version of truth for transaction records and will issue in a new era of green finance.
Blockchain Will Come
blockchain will help automate all sorts of transactions.
Blockchain Will Transform The Retail Sector
Blockchain will enable faster settlement at lower costs while simultaneously reducing the risk of fraud.
Blockchain Will Have Profound Impact on Lives
Blockchain will free international trade from paper nightmare
Blockchain will do to Technology what the Internet did to Communication.
blockchain will trigger substantial transformation in the industry in the long run.
Blockchain Will Disrupt Cloud Storage
Blockchain Will Bring Transparency Back To Real Estate
blockchain will be the expected minimum technology, required of any company that expects to be taken seriously by its customers and potential investors.
Blockchain Will Impact Your Clients
blockchain will start to transform fraud management and identity verification.
Blockchain will solve everything
blockchain will be used widely in healthcare, finance, travel, insurance, and a raft of other industries.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Commercial Transactions
blockchain will make travel smarter, greener and low impact
blockchain will transform education and employment
blockchain will provide a highly secure supply chain management system that is resistant to fraud.
blockchain will shake up insurance
blockchain will speed processes and lower costs for both providers and payers.
blockchain will transform the mining and metals industry
the blockchain will forever change how we use money
blockchain will be a force to reckon with.
The blockchain will make it easier for you to make payments, transfer money, or buy and sell goods.
blockchain will be some kind of miracle cure.
blockchain will allow for fewer counterfeit goods and faster product recalls
Blockchain will make it easier for stores to know what they have in stock.
Blockchain Will Disrupt Every Industry
Blockchain will make gaming economies real
Blockchain Will Eventually Impact Every Financial Transaction
Blockchain Will Impact The World Beyond Cryptocurrency
Blockchain will increase the velocity of money, which will increase cash flow and capital investments.
blockchain will dramatically reduce inefficiencies in the financial marketplace.
blockchain will have a fundamental shift.
Blockchain will play a major role in gaming payments
blockchain will be a part of most financial transactions within five years,
The Blockchain Will Change The Car Industry
Blockchain Will Transform Sports
blockchain will open up the world of professional sports to the "wisdom of the crowd," or a sort-of fan-based decision making that could further engage fans and improve the game.
Blockchain will Radically Transform Businesses
Blockchain Will Be Brought Onto Satellites by Cryptocurrency Exchange to Help Adoption in Developing Countries
Blockchain Will Disrupt the Disruptors
Blockchain will dominate emerging tech in 2019
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Future Cars
blockchain will disrupt your industry
Blockchain Will Change Organizations
blockchain will become a part of our business landscape.
Blockchain will Revolutionize Voting
Blockchain will lead to increased efficiency and reduction in errors which will eventually lead towards cost reduction.
blockchain will belong to Russia
Blockchain Will Change the Way We Do Business
blockchain will not replace, but strengthen existing institutions.
Blockchain Will Impact Social Media
Blockchain will be key to security for 'smart cities' of the future
The blockchain will disrupt the music business and beyond
Blockchain Will Enable a Virtual Reality Renaissance
Blockchain will change how people look at data
Blockchain will lead to evolution in accounting,
Blockchain will make a great contribution to donation payments
Blockchain will allow users to rank content and to receive rewards for it.
Blockchain will Transform Recruitment
blockchain will play a significant role.
blockchain will revolutionize travel distribution.
blockchain will play a vital role in how content, and resulting actions/shares/influence, is tracked, recorded and compensated.
blockchain will end data breaches
Blockchain Will Revolutionize the Medical Industry
Blockchain will replace existing data management technologies
blockchain will become a disruptive force in the healthcare industry,
Blockchain will enable social currencies to be used in a way that people can be rewarded for what they do in the relationship.
blockchain will fundamentally transform the economy or government.
blockchain will democratize the real estate industry
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Digital Marketing
blockchain will reduce costs and improve security.
The Blockchain Will Change The Legal Profession
Blockchain will support a large variety of applications.
Blockchain Will Disrupt the Future of Social Media Influencers
Blockchain will Drive Digital Transformation
Blockchain will enhance your asset management efforts
Blockchain Will Change The Face Of Retail
blockchain will have a huge and significant impact on web design and web development.
Blockchain Will Free You to Control Your Financial Destiny
Blockchain is going to change everything we know over the next five to 10 years,
Blockchain Will Transform Your World
Blockchain will also be used to help decide how the ships will be insured if they sail through war zones.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Supplier Management
blockchain will penetrate our entire economy.
Blockchain Will Be a Top Investing Theme in 2018
Blockchain will change almost all industries by lowering costs in mid and back offices.
Blockchain Will Disrupt Metals & Mining
the blockchain will transform how we exchange value and whom we trust.
blockchain will transform every business process and sector in the Digital Age.
blockchain will be the backbone of a new more secure, more democratic internet.
blockchain will require foundational change,
Blockchain Will Transform the Healthcare Industry
blockchain will be "more meaningful than the internet" in the next decade.
Blockchain will change Artificial Intelligence
blockchain will reshape the foundation of business as we know it.
Blockchain will be bigger than Robots for the Shared Services industry!
blockchain will transform finance in the same way that the internet revolutionized communications.
Blockchain Will Transform Dating Apps
Blockchain will completely revolutionize how we mine gold and precious metals
Blockchain Will Severely Disrupt Retail and E-Commerce
Blockchain Will Impact the Gaming World
the Blockchain will be a part of everyday life by 2026.
Blockchain will enable secure transactions in currencies, as well as data.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Industry
Blockchain Will Upend Society's Most Sacred Institutions.
Blockchain Will Change Global Commerce
blockchain will 'cross the chasm' in 2024,
blockchain will remove the need for a carrier in between just about any method of communication.
Blockchain will link everything
Blockchain will do for transactions what the internet did for information.
The Blockchain Will Be a Major Part of Any Business
Blockchain will change our Life, Economy and the World
Blockchain will own proof of ownership of the creator.
blockchain technology will be the answer to securing future elections, allowing them to be audited in real time.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Sweden's Mutual Fund Industry
Blockchain technology will be as important to the world as Gutenburg's printing press
blockchain will have an important role in the Internet of Things.
blockchain will change the legal industry forever
the blockchain will make a big impact on the legal world.
Blockchain will force businesses to become more transparent about their operations.
Blockchain Will Come Of Age In 2019
Blockchain Will Improve International Dispute Resolution,
Blockchain will enable the development of new exchanges that facilitate the trade of a wide variety of assets, not only financial instruments.
Blockchain will speed up overseas shipping
Blockchain Will Transform Customer Loyalty Programs
blockchain will remain a buzzword used to boost a company's stock price rather than a viable solution for our electoral system.
Blockchain Will Save the World
blockchain will change the way we do everything, from financial markets to health records to supply chain management, and so much more.
Blockchain will begin to change lives
Blockchain will help musicians earn royalties without going through a record label.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize How We Mine Precious Metals
Blockchain Will Disrupt the World
blockchain will change the economy and society.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Supply Chain
the blockchain will be used in all areas of public services in the future.
blockchain will provide firms with transparency and security.
blockchain will rebuild the world
blockchain will transform the tax and accounting industry
blockchain will lead to a reduction in insurance fraud.
blockchain will change social media sooner rather than later.
Blockchain will drive the future of practical digital applications
Blockchain will change the fashion industry
Blockchain Will Transform Credentialing (and Education)
Blockchain will end paper based certificates, automate the award, recognition and transfer of credits, increase learner ownership and control over their own data, reduce institutional data costs and risk-but only if open standards are adopted.
blockchain will disrupt the current status quo in investment banking.
blockchain will eventually take over and disrupt the entire banking industry.
Blockchain Will Impact the World
Blockchain will Disrupt Digital Identity
Blockchain Will Transform Customer Experiences
blockchain will lead to major changes in the underlying technologies and methodologies of many industries.
Blockchain Will Be Fast Enough To Manage Digital Ads
blockchain will impact food and farming.
blockchain will change your life
blockchain will enhance both AI and cloud computing
Blockchain will disrupt the Healthcare business model through the network effects of a decentralized economy
blockchain will influence search marketing
Blockchain Will Completely Revolutionize How We Run the World
blockchain will need experts, advocates, and partners at every level to help usher in a future that is more inclusive, open, and just.
blockchain will have a profound impact on the economy
blockchain will underpin the new trust economy
blockchain will transform how businesses are organized and managed.
the blockchain will allow companies to engage with individual customers on a peer-to-peer basis.
Blockchain will automate taxes and make them more accurate
Blockchain will streamline routine tasks
The blockchain will be as significant as the internet
Blockchain Will Transform the Gaming Industry
Blockchain will empower the people and break barriers to information
Blockchain will be mainstream.
Blockchain Will Fuel Transformation in The E-Commerce Industry
blockchain will reshape the future
Blockchain Will Make Payments More Secure
Blockchain Will Replace Existing Technology
Blockchain will allow us to verify who, how and where ads run.
Blockchain will save your business.
Blockchain will require fewer people to perform the same job and make time for professionals to utilize their audit skills to improve efficiencies across their client's organizations.
The Blockchain Will Secure Your Online Identity
Blockchain Will Disrupt Book Publishing
Blockchain will Intersect with the Wholesale Distribution Industry
blockchain will transform big data analytics
Blockchain Will Create More Wealth and Radically Change the Society
Blockchain technology will power Web 3.
Blockchain will change the face of iGaming
Blockchain Will Transform Everything from Banking to Government to our Identities
Blockchain will unlock data silos of individual patient health information and give consumers ownership of their digital health identity.
blockchain will be transformative long term
Blockchain Will Change The Way We Communicate
Blockchain will make it so any entrepreneur from any location in the world can, at a minimum, gain access to capital.
Blockchain will remove the need for traditional banking and financial institutions by replacing back-office systems with a P2P system.
the blockchain will revolutionize the world of money
Blockchain Will Fulfill the Broken Promise of the Internet For Creatives,
Blockchain Will Evolve In 2017
the blockchain will give rise to new business models and ideas that may still be invisible.
Blockchain will make AI smarter by feeding it better data
Blockchain Technology will Change Blockchain:
Blockchain will fundamentally alter the way financial institutions do business around the world,
blockchain will bring transparency in operations
Blockchain will kill the traditional firm
blockchain will fit into your company in less than ten years from now.
blockchain will affect your company.
Blockchain will have a large impact on the way organizations engage with one another.
blockchain will change major industries
blockchain will be an enabler.
blockchain technology will be huge and revolutionary.
the blockchain will become history itself.
Blockchain Will Solve Most Real-World Problems
Blockchain Will Disrupt Traditional Business And Impact Marketing In 2018
blockchain Will Build Trust In The Food Industry
blockchain will affect transport in the 21st century
blockchain will generate an annual business value of more than $3 trillion by 2030,
blockchain will be used by central banks to create national currencies, by private banks and companies to expedite settlements and by cooperatives for internal payments and transactions.
Blockchain will have a truly positive impact on society in the philanthropic sector.
Blockchain Will Change the Way We Live
blockchain will be as big as the internet is in our lives
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Healthcare
Blockchain will continue to be hyped as a panacea.
Blockchain will transform the platform economy
Blockchain will be here for a long time,
Blockchain Will Be Used To Protect 2018 Presidential Exit Poll Data
blockchain will revolutionize finance
Blockchain will positively impact the disenfranchised by being a catalyst for financial, racial and gender inclusion.
Blockchain Will Reorganize Society
Blockchain will be the future of finance.
the blockchain will ultimately define the future of finance.
blockchain will help make energy systems more efficient and profitable.
the blockchain will give the middle class more ways to invest their money.
blockchain will reduce back office costs.
Blockchain will revolutionize the manufacturing process.
the Blockchain Will Run the Cities
Blockchain will allow electricity producers to trade energy peer-to-peer, allowing them to sell in real time, get paid instantly.
blockchain will transform artificial intelligence.
blockchain technology will be critical for B2B.
blockchain will become pervasive in the future development of all industries.
blockchain technology will be ubiquitous in the future.
blockchain will radically change our world,
blockchain technology will benefit several parties:
Blockchain will transform how people collect, track, and share their health data around the globe.
the blockchain will do to the financial system what internet did to the media.
Blockchain will implicate some routine and basic contract work,
The Blockchain Is Going To Dramatically Improve Our Sharing Economy.
blockchain will eventually transform your business.
Blockchain technology will allow companies to create platforms that allow job seekers and companies to connect, making the industry more efficient and secure.
blockchain will be embedded in our day-to-day lives in ways that, today, we can't even imagine.
Blockchain will generate $5 billion worth of business value in 2018,
blockchain will revolutionize the medical industry by removing the need for doctors completely through self-diagnosis.
blockchain will disrupt traditional computing
blockchain technology will bring changes to business models
Blockchain Will Protect Self-Driving Cars:
blockchain will have a profound transformative impact on every industry.
the blockchain will cause a revolution similar to what Internet provoked.
blockchain will be one of the standard technologies available.
blockchain technology will become as pervasive and important as the internet was.
Blockchain Will Revolutionize Data Science
blockchain is going to fix everything.
Blockchain Will Transform The Supply Chain And Logistics Industry
the blockchain will likely be bigger than the internet itself,
blockchain will revolutionize the business world
Blockchain Will Revolutionize the Art Industry
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