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Blockchain for Businesses.

I used to receive wines from all over the world for my wine bar in Paris. One day I got a case from a Chilean wine region that I know well, and to my surprise, once I opened the box, it wasn't the wine that I was expecting. I knew something went wrong in the supply chain of that wine that made me think blockchain can help me trace every single product that I buy without the need of trusting someone but verifying its immutable data. This post will explain how traditional centralized IT infrastructure works and how they can benefit from introducing decentralized features. First, we will learn about the differences between private and public blockchains, their use cases, business disruption by this technology, and the market size. Then we will touch on how Human-Computer Interaction and the Software development process works, web design, wireframes, frontend and backend development, and the different types of databases.