Intel firm tracks several crypto fraud schemes on the blockchain

Intel firm tracks several crypto fraud schemes on the blockchain

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CNBC’s Eamon Javers joins ‘Squawk Box’ to report on a handful of fraud schemes on the blockchain collecting millions in crypto investor funds.

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A blockchain is a distributed database that is shared among the nodes of a computer network. As a database, a blockchain stores information electronically in digital format. Blockchains are best known for their crucial role in cryptocurrency systems, such as Bitcoin, for maintaining a secure and decentralized record of transactions. The innovation with a blockchain is that it guarantees the accuracy and security of a record of data and generates trust without the need for a trusted third party.

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