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30 replies
  1. Simplilearn
    Simplilearn says:

    Hi everyone, exactly two weeks ago, we conducted a quiz contest in our Blockchain video. The answer to the quiz is given below:
    Option: A
    (Public Ledger)
    The concept of public distributed ledger ensures that everyone on the blockchain network has a copy of the ledger. Thus, no single person can make changes in the ledger as everyone else will flag this as invalid.

    Hash Encryption is not the right answer as this is used to maintain users' anonymity and verify their transactions' authenticity.

    We are pleased to announce the 3 lucky winners who got the right answer for our quiz:
    1. Dinesh
    2. Noel Philip
    3. Vaishnavi
    Congratulations to all the winners! They've won an Amazon voucher worth INR 500.

    Reply
  2. RAkesh kushwaha
    RAkesh kushwaha says:

    When Jack and Sam are involved in one transaction. Then, why is the information related to transaction of ted and Phil is unnecessarily put in that transaction.
    If that is so, then it like that, I am sending money to my friend. And while I am doing that transaction my friend also will recieve details about the other transactions that I have done before.

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  3. cockyhemi
    cockyhemi says:

    All based on absolutely nothing backed by nothing tangible. A ship of fools. I’ll keep buying gold and silver. That’s real money and has been through human civilization. The nutcases in charge will pull the plug eventually. And you better have real money when the shit hits the fan.

    Reply

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