Each block is assigned a “hash” or code, that allows you to tell it apart from every other block,
creating a sort of transactional DNA. Not only are you securing your transactions with Blockchain,
but having a linear, chronological record will enable you to view and assess your activities,
providing opportunities for review and growth, as well as offer insight into the activities of your
competition should they utilize the security as well.
Blockchain has many unique features, all of which point to being more transparent, and more efficient. Formerly used almost exclusively by Bitcoin, Blockchain is now being utilized across industries, from healthcare to real estate.