Since RecordsKeeper is Public Blockchain, it consists of several decentralized nodes (aka Servers) which verify each transaction while adding a new Block into the Blockchain. Each node participates in administration: all nodes verify new additions to the blockchain and are capable of entering new data into the RecordsKeeper. Traditional Database allows the modification of data, but with RecordsKeeper Blockchain the data is secured and cannot be tampered, altered or modified once published & confirmed in the RecordsKeeper Blockchain Ledger.
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