What things can distributed consensus replace

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The choice of the right consensus model determines the design of the blockchain to be used, although some models are more suitable for the use of private or consortial approaches. It is determined how the cooperation is structured. The roles that have to fulfill different tasks are assigned.

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  1. 1. University of Applied SciencesBerlinGermany