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Blockchain consensus mechanisms : the case of natural disasters

@inproceedings{Arabaci2018BlockchainCM,
  title={Blockchain consensus mechanisms : the case of natural disasters},
  author={Okan Arabaci},
  year={2018}
}
Blockchain is described as a trustworthy distributed service for parties that do not fully trust each other. It enables business transactions to be handled without a third party or central governan ... 

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