After an initially flurry of interest in blockchain, the secure database that underpins Bitcoin and many other cryptocurrencies, panelists at the World Aviation Festival in London last week said relatively few aviation use cases actually justify the complexity of blockchain. In its most basic form, blockchain is a highly secure decentralized database, where transactions and data are recorded and confirmed anonymously. Once information is entered, it can be shared but cannot be changed, ...

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