Why Programmability is Critical for Blockchain

Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement between the parties directly written into lines of code.

Smart Contracts

The Value of Programmability

Smart contracts will let us reengineer and streamline business practices that have been around for centuries. Many types of transactions will become much more efficient, and in some cases will go from being impossible to easy.


What’s new and incredible is that these applications can go beyond simply recording events that occurred in the past to actually transacting business in real time as dictated by the terms of the smart contracts.




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Co-founder Jthereum www.margaretta.com

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