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Whenever we talk about blockchain, immutability is the next thing that comes up. There are different views on the topic, but when it comes down to it, everyone is looking for an answer to a single question – are blockchain and Bitcoin immutable? The short answer is – Yes, blockchains and Bitcoins cannot be changed. The long answer is that you st...
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