Blockchain Technology In the U.S. Government - PDF

Blockchain Technology In the U.S. Government
Blockchains are immutable digital ledger systems implemented in a distributed fashion (i.e., without a central repository) and usually without a central authority. At its most basic level, they enable a community of users to record transactions in a ledger public to that community such that no transaction can be changed once published. This volume extracts and examines information about how the U.S. government is approaching blockchain technology.
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