Also known as a “permissioned blockchain” or a closed blockchain network is where there are restrictions on who can view transactions on the ledger or participate in transactions and the verification of transactions. Most organizations tend to use private or permissioned blockchains internally.

Exclusive: Gerard Dache, on the Two Contradictions of Facebook Libra
In part 2 of the interview, Gerard walked us through some of the recommended bills to the government in fostering blockchain innovation, such as the “Blockchain Promotion Act”. He then shared his views on the nature of Bitcoin and two contradictions of Facebook’s Libra.

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