Blockchain is best known as the technology that underpins cryptocurrency transactions, but it also has the potential to improve the transparency, access and sharing of data in other sectors—including aviation. Otherwise known as a distributed ledger, blockchain offers users a complete, time-stamped record of the transactions and processes within it. Each time-stamped event forms a block in the chain, which is virtually impossible to retroactively alter. For an aviation part, ...

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