The blockchain is a digital record that holds information on the Internet and can be used to make smart contracts.
It’s also a way of verifying transactions, and is used to record the identities of parties.
But it’s also being used to track and verify identity.
To understand how this is changing how we record the world, we spoke to a team of researchers, including Dr Sridhar Venkatraman, who was the lead author of the study.
The team published its findings in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
They said that the blockchain will “provide a new way to store information on an increasingly digitised world”.
Dr Venkatrantam said: “It is an incredibly transformative technology that will fundamentally change how we interact with our digital data.”
And the researchers added: “There are many aspects of the technology that we are yet to understand, but one of the most important is how the blockchain can be harnessed for the purpose of building better data analytics, for the use of smart contracts, and for creating new kinds of financial instruments.”
How the blockchain works The blockchain has been around for over two decades, and its main advantage is that it has a “permanent record” that is not lost or tampered with.
It is also very secure, and not accessible to anyone.
But the blockchain is not used for everything.
There are many other uses, including: record-keeping to help track financial transactions, such as when you have a bank account or a property deed