FAQ About BlockChain
It all started with Alan Turing’s article. Secured chain of blocks is defined for the first time by Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta. However, it is Satoshi Nakamato that takes it’s place in our lives in today's sense. He published a white paper about BlockChains and brought it into our lives as it is today.
Although its safety is not yet certain, it is still being tested today. Since it is an end-to-end technology, the fact that there will be no other forces between the addressee and the address to which the vote is sent is a positive aspect, but it is not used yet because there will be many missing points.
Yes, currently there are several types of Blockchain. Although it mostly improve in Bitcoin, we have another very popular Blockchain which is Ethereum.Ethereum Blockchain is more energy efficient, use protocols to validate transactions.
There are many potential avenues for the use of blockchain, though, so far, it has been used more as a proof-of-concept and not yet fully implemented. It can be used in many areas from health to education.