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Blockchain for Cryptocurrencies – A Literature Survey

Heenal Sapovadia, Adarsh Sutariya


Bitcoin has ended up being the most proficient cryptocurrency ever. Precluding the impedance of any third party which monitors the cash flow, Bitcoin is a blockchain technology based decentralized form of online currency which has come into wide acceptance for all internet transactions across the world. Hence, a literature review is conducted to understand the technical know-how of the working of the blockchain for a financial application such as the bitcoin.

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Heenal Sapovadia, Adarsh Sutariya. Blockchain for Cryptocurrencies: A Literature Survey. Journal of Network Security. 2018; 6(3): 23–27p.


Blockchain, hashing, digital signature, double spend, decentralized System

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