Blockchain is a distributed public ledger where information is stored digitally across multiple nodes of a computer network. Data is collected in the form of blocks that are linked to previous blocks to create a chain. Information, such as transactions, can be stored on a blockchain. Unlike a typical database, blockchain is not owned by one centralized party but rather all of its users. They’re a global, agreed-upon source of truth on which anyone can read and write.

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