Blockchain networks

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Blockchain networks are decentralized and distributed digital ledgers used to record and verify transactions securely. These networks consist of interconnected nodes that validate and store transactions in chronological order, creating an immutable chain of blocks. Blockchain technology offers transparency, security, and resistance to tampering, making it a foundational element for various applications in the Web3 paradigm, including cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and decentralized applications.