The blockchain is a shared and immutable data structure. It is a digital ledger whose entries are grouped into blocks in chronological order. These blocks are interlinked and the content of each block is no longer modifiable, nor can it be deleted, unless the entire structure is invalidated.
The blockchain is a paradigm that is set to profoundly revolutionise the economic system by fundamentally changing the concept of transactions and ownership. The blockchain records and stores all transactions that take place within the network.
Through the blockchain, data can be exchanged with a high level of security, certified by the network, without the need for a guarantor.
In this section you will find a series of contents dedicated to the blockchain and its peculiarities.