Kazu Gomi on Blockchain’s Transparency and Data Security

Blockchain’s impact goes well beyond the world of cryptocurrency. The technology itself is becoming the foundation for a new style of trust in identity, transactions, business process and human activity. Blockchain’s use of shared ledgers makes it nearly impossible to hide or forge a transaction. Call it security in plain sight, which makes good behavior – and negative consequences for bad actors – integral to the system. As the implications for innovation in applications involving trade, communications, finance and other fields continue to unfold, our perception of privacy and security are likely to evolve, as well. Please take a look at the article, “Is Blockchain’s Transparency The Missing Link To Improving Data Security?”.

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