Using cryptography to keep exchanges secure, blockchain provides a decentralised database, or “digital ledger”, of transactions that everyone on the network can see. This network is essentially a chain of computers that must all approve an exchange before it can be verified and recorded.
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Blockchain, Predictive Analytics and Healthcare from Dr. Ruchi Dass
It is distributed. Means it is de- centralised. Nobody is an owner.
It is public. Everyone can see it.
Things that have happened are time stamped, recorded and coded.
It is persistent. As far as everyone is participating, it is for fo…