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Tech4Ag Corner: Blockchain in Agriculture

Blockchain is a secure, shared, distributed ledger technology that decentralizes any transactions process that transfers something valuable. In a blockchain network, if a participant, also known as a node or a peer, wants a transaction, it requests the transaction, which is broadcasted to all other nodes connected to the network.

 

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