A blockchain is essentially a ledger of transactions.

Unlike the ledgers kept by banks, they are public and distributed.

They are the underlying technology of all cryptocurrencies and allow users to transact with each other without the need for trusted third parties (like banks, PayPal, Western Union etc).

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