Security Level Significance in DApps Blockchain-Based Document Authentication
Keywords:Decentralized Application, Blockchain, Authentication, Software Systems, Smart Contract
In the development of the Industrial revolution 4.0 to improve and modify the world's industry by integrating production lines, and extraordinary results in the field of technology and information marked its emergence. It can be used to enhance document security systems using Blockchain technology. Blockchain Innovation Authentication has attracted great attention in the world of science and capital markets. The persistent problems of the many available digital currencies and the various tricks of early coin offerings also welcome the well-known discussion of emerging innovations in the field of education. The importance of this paper follows the improvement of the blockchain framework to reveal the importance of decentralized applications (dApps) and blockchain on the future value in education. This study uses a descriptive method, which is a research method used to describe problems that occur in the present or ongoing, aiming to describe what happened as it should when the research was conducted. the novelty of cutting-edge dApps and talk about the title of blockchain progress to meet the positive attributes of future dApps. Readers will come to the conclusion of dApp research and know the continuous improvement in blockchain .
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