Using blockchain provides you with an immutable, full audit of any changes to your lists – what was changed, who changed it, and when it was changed.
Shared lists are are validated against the blockchain. This ensures that they have not been tampered with and represent a true up to date version.
Cygnetise does not own the database that your lists are held on. Copies of the database are distributed across multiple nodes in multiple locations.
To learn more about why we use blockchain at Cygnetise, read a blog from the CEO.
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