What’s the Point of a Private Blockchain?

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Blockchains were originally made to circumvent centralization, as I wrote about here. The inventor of blockchain, Satoshi Nakamoto, was interested in cutting intermediaries out of many systems, specifically payment systems, and the solution was to create a a pure peer-to-peer system that would be validated by participants anywhere in the world. With all of this excitement around blockchain technology in the media…

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Serial entrepreneur, speaker, and author of Blockchain 101: Fundamentals of a New Economy. Former full time artist, also writes the occasional poem, story, etc.

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Monika Proffitt

Monika Proffitt

Serial entrepreneur, speaker, and author of Blockchain 101: Fundamentals of a New Economy. Former full time artist, also writes the occasional poem, story, etc.

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