Blockchain 2.0: The Renaissance of Money (English, any legal system, Wired)

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For which legal systems does the resource provide instruction? any legal system
On which topics does the resource provide instruction? blockchain, cryptocurrency, smart contract, TCP/IP, Hyper Text Transfer Protocol, Bitcoin, micropayment
For which languages is instruction provided? English
Title of the online resource or material about technology for law and legal systems Blockchain 2.0: The Renaissance of Money
Author Kariappa Bheemaiah
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If the content appeared on a website or blog, insert the name of the website or blog here Wired
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Year of publication 2015 CE
URL https://www.wired.com/insights/2015/01/block-chain-2-0/
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Is this resource freely available online? yes
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Quotation from the resource As each transaction in every block is made at a specific time, each block is linked to the previous block of transactions. By grouping these blocks we get what is referred to as the Block Chain. And since this grouping of blocks occurs as per the protocol dictated by the algorithm underpinning the creation of Bitcoins, this protocol is defined as the Block Chain protocol.
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For a resource online, insert the citation for the quotation here Bheemaiah, Kariappa, "Blockchain 2.0: The Renaissance of Money," Wired, accessed June 25, 2018, https://www.wired.com/insights/2015/01/block-chain-2-0/
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Kariappa Bheemaiah +
transaction +, block +, time +, link +, group +, blockchain +, protocol +, algorithm +, underpin +, creation +, Bitcoin +  and blockchain protocol +
blockchain +, cryptocurrency +, smart contract +, TCP/IP +, Hyper Text Transfer Protocol +, Bitcoin +  and micropayment +
As each transaction in every block is madeAs each transaction in every block is made at a specific time, each block is linked to the previous block of transactions. By grouping these blocks we get what is referred to as the Block Chain. And since this grouping of blocks occurs as per the protocol dictated by the algorithm underpinning the creation of Bitcoins, this protocol is defined as the Block Chain protocol.ol is defined as the Block Chain protocol. +
Bheemaiah, Kariappa, "Blockchain 2.0: The Renaissance of Money," Wired, accessed June 25, 2018, https://www.wired.com/insights/2015/01/block-chain-2-0/ +