Blockchain for Enterprise

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Definition

Blockchain is a shared, virtual ledger that can record the history of transactions that cannot be altered. Blockchain for Enterprise tools are enterprise-class platforms that offer greater transparency via immutability, which in the context of the blockchain, means that once something has been entered into the blockchain it cannot be tampered with. Blockchain for Enterprise tools may also offer company-wide decentralization, privacy tools securing identity, and less-expensive options for compliance. Enterprise tools may boast of greater speed and lower cost and time for transactions on the blockchain, and/or greater security. 

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The blocktick leverage blockchain technology for validating the authenticity and integrity of your digital documents.
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By IBM
Hyperledger Fabric has become the de-facto standard for enterprise blockchain platforms. It offers a unique approach to consensus that enables performance at scale while preserving privacy to deliver an interoperable network-of-networks. Through open...
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Integrity is a data tool for verifying data authenticity via blockchain technology. Integrity allows administrators to gain access to permanent audit trails, and alerts for any data compromise. Integrity will report the veracity of any data stream, ...
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By Ternio
Lexicon is a high-speed blockchain framework for enterprise and government clients, capable of exceeding 1 million transactions per second all on chain. Lexicon can be used in high transaction environments for use cases such as supply chain transpar...
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OmniSparx is a premier collaboration platform for crypto organizations to create and share value within their communities. The OmniSparx platform connects a SaaS dashboard for the leaders of an organization and their digital marketing teams and an a...
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