Blockchain networks are de-centralized, mitigating the risk posed by single points of failure and, thereby, dramatically increasing Reliability.
Blockchain networks are designed with visibility and transparency at their core, engendering trust and confidence among all participants.
Blockchain transactions require the identity of all participants, on a network or in transactions, to be validated by the network or by other participants, significantly mitigating the risk of identity fraud.
Blockchain transactions are powered by Smart Contracts; lines of code that can automate the administration and governance of transactions according to the criteria and standards defined by their corresponding paper contract.
Blockchain transactions are immutable. They cannot be deleted so all parties can trust that their data is, and will remain, fully auditable