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The Blockchain is an online ledger that tracks digital currency movements, but can also be used to register anything with value. The technology has gained widespread interest on Wall Street and startups are discovering novel uses for it across a range of industries. Silicon Valley-based Blockchain startup Blockchain.io is revolutionizing the banking industry. Established in 2013, this Silicon Valley firm's founding vision is to revolutionize how this industry functions; since 2013, they have collaborated with Fortune 500 companies and delivered optimal business values through their Blockchain solutions; these include IoT powered Supply Chain Solutions, Blockchain Based solutions and Blockchain Powered ICO Services amongst many others. Blockchains are global networks of computers which record transactions or pieces of information onto a public ledger using cryptography to split and encrypt it before dispersing it across their network for safekeeping - this means data can't be altered or deleted! They offer several advantages over more traditional systems. One advantage is that blockchain eliminates the need for centralized authority, enabling businesses to be more decentralized and transparent with their customers. Secondly, blockchain offers increased levels of security reducing hackers' chances of targeting your company data. Blockchain can also be utilized to improve data quality and speed, automate previously human-managed processes, track customer spending patterns more easily, detect fraudulent activity more readily, manage data warehouses more efficiently and facilitate smoother workflows. Blockchain is also being utilized to enhance existing products and services. For instance, Better Place is using it to record the provenance of its lithium-ion batteries so they can monitor any environmental or human rights concerns at refineries and mines where their batteries come from. Automakers such as Ford are using Blockchain to keep tabs on their supply chains; for instance Renault BMW General Motors have collaborated to create an infrastructure which enables drivers to transfer cryptocurrency in exchange for discounted fuel. Some technologists are pushing for a blockchain-based version of the Web known as Web3 that would decentralize it, giving control back to individuals rather than large corporations like Google and Facebook, which currently dominate large swaths of it - hosting online content such as political speech while hoarding massive amounts of personal data, blocking content or restricting services at will - something many people want more control over rather than having their information used by tech titans to target ads to them individually - but Blockchain may provide the answer.