When we discuss blockchain technology, we are often talking about a collection of disciplines including cryptography, distributed systems design, economics, game theory and many others.
Blockchain technology, in practice, is not a singular thing, as it intersects with all manner of industries and technologies. This is what makes it a compelling technological movement.
While cryptocurrencies are the most widely acknowledged and discussed use case of blockchain, there are other non-financial use cases such as supply-chain provenance and digital identity that make it a compelling solution in all manner of fields.
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