Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are becoming a craze these days as they provide the benefit of authority and authenticity of issuance and lifecycle of an asset. Issuing these NFTs on top of Algorand provides the higher speed, low cost and easy traceability for the parties involved with the digital asset.

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Bitcoin (Nakamoto) blockchain cannot refer to the event occurring in another blockchain. This can happen by extending Bitcoin’s transaction script language to have the validation and consensus rules of another blockchain encoded in the script of the Bitcoin blockchain. …

Bitcoin is a decentralised blockchain, which does peer to peer electronic transaction without the need for a centralised trusted parties like Banks or Visa network, to authorise, verify and settle the transaction.

Satoshi Nakamoto with Bitcoin (Nakamoto) brought a system where two parties can execute and validate a transaction without…

The blockchain is said to be eliminating the central point of failure, changing the government operations, nature of democracy and achieving trust in this centralised world. Here we will be looking at blockchain from different design principles, their movement in solving the problems from digital payment to governance and building…

Akshay Kant

University of Edinburgh | Blockchain | Artificial Intelligence | Payments

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