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3 Major Industries in Which Blockchain Technology Is Changing Life As We Know It

The application of Blockchain technology to health care, music and human resources is only the beginning.
Article by Jeffrey Hayzlett, originally published on Entrepreneur.com

"Blockchain" is one of two "B" words that are all the rage lately -- the other being "Bitcoin." While Bitcoin is grabbing most of the headlines, many people are mistakenly lumping "cryptocurrency" into the same category as "Blockchain." True, the two are certainly related, but they’re not one in the same.
Blockchain is defined as a digitized, decentralized ledger that logs all cryptocurrency transactions. A blockchain records every digital transaction and exchange of goods, services and value -- or private data -- exactly as it occurs. To make it simple, picture a global spreadsheet running on millions of computers. Everyone can see all transactions being made, since it’s a peer-to-peer system, and they’re all conducted without middlemen. The main benefactors of this technology? . . .