What is a Blockchain?

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines blockchain as,

A digital database containing information (such as records of financial transactions) that can be simultaneously used and shared within a large decentralized, publicly accessible network.

 

6 Types of Attacks on Blockchain

1. 51% Attacks (Sybil Attacks)

2. Double Spending Attacks

3. Routing Attacks

4. Private Key Security Attacks

5. Selfish Mining Attacks

6. Vulnerable Smart Contacts

 

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