A permissioned ledgerA permissioned ledger is a ledger where individuals need permission to access a ledger. When a new record is added, the ledger’s integrity is checked by a limited consensus process. Permissioned block chains provide more secured data sets because the consensus process creates a digital signature. is a ledgerAn append-only type record, where records are immutable. where individuals need permission to access a ledgerAn append-only type record, where records are immutable.. When a new record is added, the ledger’s integrity is checked by a limited consensus processThe process a group of peers responsible for maintaining a distributed ledger use to reach majority decision on the ledger’s contents.. Permissioned block chains provide more secured data sets because the consensus processThe process a group of peers responsible for maintaining a distributed ledger use to reach majority decision on the ledger’s contents. creates a digital signature.

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