THREE SIMPLE QUESTIONS ABOUT BLOCKCHAIN IN FINANCIAL SERVICES

| October 3, 2018

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In simple terms, a blockchain is a distributed, incorruptible digital ledger of transactions. Every transaction on the ledger is validated and recorded by a network of computers. After a transaction is validated by the network, no single user can alter the record of that transaction. Blockchain makes new levels of transparency, security, and accountability possible in digital networks. It was originally developed to support the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, but it has many other exciting applications, including in financial services.

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