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March 1, 2016

Blockchain: Links and Resources (1)

Filed under: Bitcoin, Blockchain, FinTech, Links — ajlopez @ 9:27 am

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From Wikipedia:

A block chain or blockchain is a permissionless distributed database based on the bitcoin protocol that maintains a continuously growing list of data records hardened against tampering and revision, even by its operators.[1] The initial and most widely known application of block chain technology is the public ledger of transactions for bitcoin,[2] which has been the inspiration for similar implementations often known as altchains.[3]

How will blockchain technology transform financial services? – Agenda – The World Economic Forum

Getting to grips with blockchain /Euromoney magazine


The great chain of being sure about things

Technology: Banks seek the key to blockchain –

How to mine bitcoins from the bottom up: a complete tutorial

How the Bitcoin protocol actually works | DDI

Minimum Viable Block Chain –

How to make a new blockchain from scratch – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

What is Bitcoin Blockchain and How Does it Work? | Toptal

BlockTech in Financial Services Landscape

This is how a new crop of companies are trying to reinvent banking | Business Insider

The promise of the blockchain The trust machine

Enter The Blockchain: How Bitcoin Can Turn The Cloud Inside Out | TechCrunch


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