PII and the Blockchain – Rethinking the Identity Trust Problem

The blockchain is an open, distributed ledger, which consists of a list of records (blocks) linked together via cryptographically-derived hash links. In most blockchain scenarios, these are public, anonymous servers – not owned or affiliated to any enterprise. Here are five basic principles underlying the technology.

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