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Accenture announces creation of an editable blockchain, but Bitcoin users need not worry

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Accenture announces creation of an editable blockchain, but Bitcoin users need not worry

With the help of cryptologist Dr. Giuseppe Ateniese, Accenture has discovered a way to edit blockchains. Bitcoin enthusiasts can relax: It has a completely different use.

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