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Potential applications of Distributed Ledger Technology to the Defence Support Network

@article{Hackman2018PotentialAO,
  title={Potential applications of Distributed Ledger Technology to the Defence Support Network},
  author={James David Hackman},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1811.11471}
}
Proponents of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) claim it could have an impact greater than the internet; a breakthrough defying organisational boundaries by securely storing data across trustless entities. This would allow decisions to be made on verifiable data in an automated manner without the costs imposed by middlemen, with a corresponding economy-wide impact. Despite this potential, real-world application is embryonic with public and private sectors rapidly seeking exploitation… Expand

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