11 Amazing Blockchain Companies

Written By ADITYA

All around the world, there is a buzz about block-chain technology. In this article, we will explain how blockchain technology and work and also provide information on new products that have been launched built on this technology.

What is Blockchain?

It is a digital ledger of financial transactions that is configured to save a record of all financial information. In a blockchain, information is stored in shared networks between multiple computers. Since it is not stored in a single location it becomes easy to verify and access all the transactions.

Blockchain technology was first used by the Bitcoin currency and gained popularity with the success of the crypto-currency. Block-chain is a form of decentralized technology that makes it easy to verify financial transactions. Some analysts believe that blockchain could deliver savings of close to US$ 10 billion if used in the securities and settlement markets.

In the coming years, blockchain will be implemented to create smart contracts, distributed accounting ledgers, auditing of supply chains and information storage. Given below are eleven blockchain companies that have recently launched products for the European market.

Quanta – www.quanta.im

Blockchain – appliedblockchain.com

Block.one – block.one

EOS – eos.io

BitVault – swissbankinyourpocket.com

Aureus – aureus.cc

BrickCoin – brickcoin.ch

Deus Coin – deuscoin.org

Populous – populous.co

Tradle – tradle.io

Monetago – monetago.com

For a more comprehensive explanation of blockchain technology you can view the video below:

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