If you look at the way many banks and asset manager backends function, internally, there are many different departments. And each department has its own copy of a contract it needs to execute on. They each have their own copy because even internally, departments don’t trust one another to execute the contract according to their own interests.
It’s an issue of trust. But now, there is a solution. There is a way to de-risk the contract.
A smart contract is one you can trust, one that executes in a tamper-proof manner. It executes this way because it’s run on a decentralized infrastructure: none of the parties involved can modify its operation.
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