Overview

Smart contracts are scripts stored on a blockchain that enable users to define custom rules and protocols for various purposes. Some typical examples include escrow accounts, insurance-like contracts, decentralized applications — frequently called dApps, multi-signatures (multi-sig) contracts, security tokens, and virtual or physical tokenized assets.

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