Ralph Chammah reveals how proactive threat detection is the key to overcoming blockchain security challenges
Since the idea was first introduced during the 2008 global financial crisis, blockchain technology and cryptocurrency has skyrocketed. Storing information in several databases (blocks) that are linked together chronologically through cryptographic hashes to form a distributed network (chain) has provided an alternate yet effective way to store data. The global blockchain market is now expected to hit $67.5-billion by 2026. Blockchain has also been critical within the realm of banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), furthering . . .