Blockchain is a  Peer to Peer Electronic Ledger applicable worldwide.

1. Transparency – Data Stored on the Blockchain is available to all approved participants to create a single source of Truth

2. Trust  - Data are linked among tamper-proof Blocks and are distributed across multiple participants enabling trust             

     between participants who don’t need to know one another.

3.  Disintermediation – By creating an echo system of trust, the Blockchain can fulfill the role of existing intermediaries.

4.  Auditability – Data on the Blockchain is everlasting and difficult to change, creating an extensive Audit Trail.

5.  Smart Contracts – Digitally encoded Contracts/rules that are autonomously and consistently executed on the Blockchain

     providing new methods to agree to terms and validate transaction requirements in a secure environment.

                                     

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