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Blockchain

Powering the Internet of Value

This paper is the result of a research project carried out by Labs in EVRY Financial Services during the fall of 2015.

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BlockChain Technology

Beyond Bitcoin

A blockchain is essentially a distributed database of records or public ledger of all transactions or digital events that have been executed and shared among participating parties.

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Bitcoin

A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution.

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BlockChain Technology

To banking and financial sector in india

TECHNOLOGY and banking have a long close association. Both have been benefitting immensely by this association.

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Blockchain Innovations

With Pegged Sidechains

The blockchain paradigm when coupled with cryptographically-secured transactions has demonstrated its utility through a number of projects, not least Bitcoin.

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Ethereum

A secure decentralised generalised transaction ledger

Since the introduction of Bitcoin[Nak09] in 2009, and the multiple computer science and electronic cash innovations it brought, there has been great interest in the potential of decentralised cryptocurrencies.

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Ripple Consensus

The Ripple Protocol Consensus Algorithm

While several consensus algorithms exist for the Byzantine Generals Problem, specifically as it pertains to distributed payment systems, many suffer from high latency induced by the requirement that all nodes within the network communicate synchronously

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Permacoin

Repurposing Bitcoin Work for Data Preservation

Bitcoin is widely regarded as the first broadly successful ecash system. An oft-cited concern, though, is that mining Bitcoins wastes computational resources.

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MultiChain Blockchain

Dr Gideon Greenspan, Founder and CEO, Coin Sciences Ltd

Bitcoin is now recognized as a cheap, rapid and reliable method for moving economic value across the Internet in a peer­to­peer manner.

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