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  1. Libra (cryptocurrency)

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    Libra is a permissioned blockchain digital currency proposed by the American social media company Facebook. The currency and network do not yet exist,

  2. Solidity

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    object-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts. It is used for implementing smart contracts on various blockchain platforms, most notably

  3. Ethereum

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    Ethereum is an open source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract (scripting) functionality

  4. Smart contract

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    contracts. Additionally, the programming languages with various degrees of Turing-completeness as a built-in feature of some blockchains make the creation of

  5. Stellar (payment network)

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    "Stripe-Backed Stellar Places a New Bet on Blockchain in the Developing World". Fortune. Retrieved August 26, 2018. "Blockchain Startup Chain Merges With Stellar

  6. PIAIC

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    business opportunities in emerging tech fields like Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Internet of Things and Cloud Native computing. The initiative was inaugurated

  7. Salesforce.com

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    and programs. Announced on May 29, 2019, Salesforce launched a blockchain platform based on Hyperledger Sawtooth to facilitate building blockchain network

  8. Distributed ledger technology law

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    Distributed ledger technology law ("DLT law") (also called Blockchain law. or Lex Cryptographia) is not yet defined and recognized but an emerging field

  9. Coinbase

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    Coinbase was founded in June 2012 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam. Blockchain.info co-founder Ben Reeves was part of the original founding team but

  10. Bitcoin

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    promote bitcoin's development and uptake. In 2013, prices started at $13.30 rising to $770 by 1 January 2014. In March 2013 the blockchain temporarily split

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