Published on July 21st, 2015 | by bitcoin0
Information about blockchain ripple
Block chain (database)
A block chain is a distributed data store that maintains a continuously growing list of data records that are hardened against tampering and revision, even by operators of the data store’s nodes. The most widely known application of a block chain is the public ledger of transactions for cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin. This record is enforced cryptographically and hosted on machines running the software.
The technology forms the basis of all cryptocurrencies.
Ripple can refer to:
Ripple (charitable organisation), a non-profit click-to-donate internet site and search engine
Ripple effect, the socio-educational phenomenon
Ripple (electrical), residual unwanted variations following ac to dc conversion
Frequency domain ripple, the ripple of a filter’s insertion loss
Capillary wave, a ripple along the interface of two fluids
Polarization ripples, appearing after irradiation of a solid by energy flux (laser, ions…)
Ripple marks, as identified in sediments and sedimentary rocks
Ripple (payment protocol), an open-source protocol for a payment system and distributed currency exchange.
USS Ripple, the name of more than one United States Navy ship
Ripple was a well-known brand of low-end fortified wine