How Blockchain and GDPR Could Work Together

In an era where data privacy is an increasing concern, blockchain technology is moving toward a more transparent and more verifiable security model. Blockchain is a decentralised database where any data stored is read and write and not editable. As such, any data is immutable, verifiable and traceable. That puts blockchain in direct opposition to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect…

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Future tech strategist & entrepreneur — I think about technology and its impact on business, society and the metaverse — TheDigitalSpeaker.com

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