DLT

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DLT is the acronym for Distributed Ledger Technologies. This type of technologies, where blockchain is included, are characterized by the lack of a central authority. In fact, they are databases where the whole set of users are in charge of validating all the information. These users or nodes need to reach a consensus every time the information needs an update. Moreover, all the transactions in these databases are protected by cryptography.

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