Blockchain Freedom From Mediation Costs
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Augusto Sebastio: University of Bari, Italy
This paper is a focus on the possible use of blockchain in different fields. The new form of collective certification reduces the costs of mediation and services. This technology easy to use, the absence of visible and invisible costs and reduction of transaction times in generating agreement is the base of success of this collective platform self- certified. This analysis seeks to reconstruct the fields of use of the chain of blocks and its flexibility. These characteristics allow us to hypothesize a future of sure success as long as we know the flaws and the main features such as the immutability.
Keywords: blockchain; use; value; certification; transaction (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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