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cryptography

(krip-tog′ră-fē) [ crypt- + -graphy]
The science and techniques of concealing or disguising information through encoding and decoding. In the health professions cryptography is used to ensure the confidentiality of medical records.
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For example, traditional point-in-time forensic tools aren't applicable in a system that updates information in real-time mode, and while companies using blockchains have enhanced transparency and utilized cryptographically sealed entries, the same challenges still exist to evaluate the risk of inaccurate or fraudulent information and to apply professional judgment to complex transactions.
Once bound to the device, holograms are protected cryptographically and cannot be stolen or reused because the blockchain prevents anyone from compromising the device's manufacturing history.
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) A system, most commonly a blockchain, for creating a shared, cryptographically secured database.
The technology operates by recording a series of new transactions, called 'blocks', that reference previous blocks, forming a cryptographically secure list of recorded transactions that are linked together.
Blockchains that incorporate "proof-of-stake" or "zero-knowledge" technologies require that all transactions be verified cryptographically, which slows them down.
Together the Management Station, Profile Station, uLoadXL+ boot loader, and Secure Element, create a cryptographically federated chain of custody.
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Tan, BDO Universal Bank president who is at the helm of the BAP, reveals the platform is being developed using blockchain technology, a cryptographically protected distributed ledger that is used for bitcoin trading.
Digital transactions are bound together in 'blocks' and cryptographically and chronologically bonded via complex mathematical "Hashing" algorithms into a 'chain.' The structure of the block consists of a header, a reference to the previous block hash and a group of transactions.
Each piece of information (called a 'block') in the chain is linked to the others cryptographically, making the system tamper-proof unless a hacker attacked every computer holding the information, simultaneously.
Founded in 2011, Kraken is a constituent of the CME FI Bitcoin Index, was the first bitcoin exchange to have its market data displayed on the Bloomberg Terminal, the first to pass a cryptographically verifiable proof-of-reserves audit, and one of the first exchanges to offer leveraged bitcoin margin trading.
Transactions on the ledger are verified, cryptographically hashed (meaning they are assigned a unique, non-reversible binary value) and permanently recorded with a timestamp.
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