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Is a digital record of transactions. in which individual records, called blocks, are linked together in single list, called a chain. Blockchains are used for recording transactions made with cryptocurrencies and have many other applications. Transaction added to a blockchain are validated by multiple computers on the Internet. These systems form a peer-to-peer network working together to ensure each transaction is valid before it is added to the blockchain.
This decentralized network of computers ensures a single system cannot add invalid blocks to the chain.
When a new block is added to a blockchain, it is linked to the previous block using a cryptographic hash generated from the contents of the previous block. This ensures the chain is never broken and that each block is permanently recorded. It is also intentionally difficult to alter past transactions in blockchain since all the subsequent blocks must be altered first.
Is a process in which transactions for various forms of cryptocurrency are verified and added to the blockchain digital ledger.
A crypto wallet is a software program where cryptocurrencies are stored. This is not a physical location but is a private key or secret number for every cryptocurrency address that is saved in the wallet of the person who owns the balance. Cryptocurrencies can also be stored on hardware such as a personal thumb drive.
When a blockchain splits into two separate chains. Forks generally happen in the crypto-world when new ‘governance rules’ are built into the blockchain’s code. (See Bitcoin Cash)
Securities Token Offering is similar in its structure to an ICO; however, STOs pass through much more due diligence, they register as "securities" with US Government, and they are offered to a limited number of qualified investors in US. Internationally these tokens can be offered to the same investor base as an ICO.