We are attempting to create the largest database of information on blockchain found on the internet. One block at a time.

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It’s a network of machines or computers that are interconnected and each one those machines has same copy of the data. This is what we call ledger; kind of a record. Inside each block we have transactions. Transaction is how we interact with the blockchain from outside world. You submit the transaction to one node from where they will forward it to other nodes so that transaction can be recorded inside a block. Each block contains hash of previous block this is how a chain of blocks is formed. As the chain becomes longer, it becomes stronger. A leader is the first one to add the block and then the block is appended to other nodes as well. The nodes will then vote. They will double check the work of who created the block and whether it is valid or not. If not, process it will be denied and the block won’t be added to the chain. This makes blockchain not only very secure, but if a block was “hacked” then each block from then on would need to be “hacked” making the technology secure and fast.


Covering all topics about blockchain we will split the many different parts of blockchain into their own categories. The list will be updated and new information added as the knowledge base grows.

Blockchain Immutability

Immutability, in the context of the blockchain, means that once something has been entered into the blockchain, it cannot be tampered with.

Crowdfunding & Blockchain

Where the real power of blockchain is its ability to keep track of transactions in a way that’s secure, publicly verified, and


You don't actually have to know about blockchain for you to already be using it or it be useful in your life.

Networks & Nodes

The blockchain is maintained by a peer-to-peer network. The network is a collection of nodes that are connected to one another.

Transparency In Blockchain

One of the core concepts in blockchain technology is “transparency.” Some people say that blockchain gives you privacy while some say that

Blockchain Explained

Simply, blockchain carries no transaction cost. It does have an infrastructure cost, yes, but no transaction cost, basically it costs to send

About Blockchain software


We are a dedicated team, who have a passion for blockchain and the almost limitless applications it can provide us moving into the future.

We are attempting to create the largest database of information on blockchain found on the internet, and we do that with the help of a development team and users just like yourself who can submit articles and information to the database.  We continue building this site and keeping it updated and we provide this information for free.  In a decentralized world, we are looking to do our part.