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Blockchain-Based Digital Currencies for Community Building

  title={Blockchain-Based Digital Currencies for Community Building},
  author={Soichiro Takagi},
Blockchain has recently become the center of attention as a key technological tool to impact a broad range of organizations and affect the overall economy. Blockchain technology, also referred to as Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), was initially created as the platform technology that enables Bitcoin that are issued and maintained by anonymous participants around the world. Reacting to the wider acceptance of digital currencies in the private sector, such as Bitcoin, there is a growing… 
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