Crypto introduction (EN)

Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that allows data to be stored and secured in a transparent, immutable and decentralized way. Unlike a centralized system where a single entity controls the data, the Blockchain operates on a decentralized network made up of many computers called nodes.

The Blockchain is made up of blocks of data that are linked to each other chronologically, thus forming a chain. Each block contains a set of transactions verified and validated by network nodes. Once a block is added to the chain, it becomes immutable and cannot be modified, thus ensuring data integrity.

Blockchain security is based on advanced cryptography mechanisms. Each transaction is secured using cryptographic keys, and network nodes work together to validate and verify the accuracy of transactions. This makes the Blockchain resistant to tampering and fraud.

Blockchain can be used in many areas, such as financial services, identity management, supply chain, healthcare, renewable energy, and many more. It makes it possible to create decentralized applications (DApps) and smart contracts that run automatically once predefined conditions are met.

Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize many sectors by bringing benefits such as transparency, traceability, cost reduction, process efficiency and the elimination of intermediaries.

I hope this introduction gives you a clear insight into what Blockchain technology is. Feel free to ask me any additional questions if you want to go deeper into a specific aspect of this topic.