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Smart Contract Applications and Blockchain

A smart contract can be defined as a decentralized application that executes business logic in response to events. The execution of a smart contract may result in the exchange of money, delivery of services, unlocking of content protected by digital rights management, or other types of data manipulation such as changing the name on a land title. Thanks to the technology, smart contracts are now also used to enforce privacy protection in several ways including by facilitating the selective release of privacy-protected data to meet a particular request.

Blockchain is considered to be ideal for storing smart contracts because of the security and immutability the technology offers. All the smart contract data is encrypted on a shared ledger, making it virtually impossible to lose the information stored in the blocks.

Flexibility is one of the most significant advantages of blockchain technology being incorporated into smart contracts. It allows the developers to store almost any type of data in a blockchain, and in addition to that, they also get a wide variety of transaction options to choose from.

While you read this blog today, blockchain-based smart contracts are helping make transactions and other business processes more secure, efficient, and cost-effective, thereby reducing transaction costs.

There is no limit to the number of industries that could benefit from using blockchain-based smart contracts as part of their supply chains. For instance:

● Automating healthcare payments using smart contracts can reduce overbilling and prevent fraud.
● The music industry could record the ownership of music in the blockchain and then deploy a smart contract to ensure royalties are paid when the music is used for commercial purposes.
● Smart contracts and blockchain could benefit the automobile industry by storing readily available information about vehicle maintenance and accident and ownership history.

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