Using Blockchain and smart contracts for secure data provenance management

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Ramachandran, Aravind; Kantarcioglu, Dr. Murat;
(2017)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Cryptography and Security

Blockchain technology has evolved from being an immutable ledger of transactions for cryptocurrencies to a programmable interactive the environment for building distributed reliable applications. Although, blockchain technology has been used to address various challenge... View more
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