BLOCKCHAIN SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHMS THAT IMPLEMENT LOGISTICS TRACKING

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Otabek Mamatkhujaev

Аннотация

Blockchain technology is seen as a modern tool for building trust in unreliable systems. It is a
valuable transaction management system for various applications that require transactions from
untrusted parties across the network. Transactions are recorded in a ledger that is distributed
electronically to all participating blocks in the peer-to-peer network. These transactions are usually
stored as hashes and generated using modern cryptographic hash algorithms. The ledger is stored in
a block, which is almost impossible to form and can only be updated through a protocol agreed upon
by all connected blocks in the blockchain network.

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Mamatkhujaev, O. (2022). BLOCKCHAIN SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHMS THAT IMPLEMENT LOGISTICS TRACKING. Архив научных исследований, 5(5). извлечено от https://journal.tsue.uz/index.php/archive/article/view/3026
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