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Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is a Blockchain?

A sequence of blocks (groups of crypto transactions) providing a permanent digital form of recordkeeping.  A blockchain operates much like a bank’s accounting ledger and holds shared digital records of historical transactional data. It is secured by encryption and then distributed to many computer systems that must solve complex mathematical equations in order to validate each transaction.  

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