Under the impression of the financial crisis, an unknown author under the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto” wrote the so-called “Bitcoin Whitepaper” in 2008, in which he described the idea of a decentralized database that could only be changed by appending it, based on established technologies and processes: blockchains were born. A good 13 years, several crashes and crises later, the EU presents its “Blockchain Strategy”. With this, it hopes to promote blockchains as future technology and strategic asset to help the EU become a leader in this sector.
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