Cryptocurrency allows users more freedom to participate in more complex transactions. Multiple signatures allow transactions to be validated by the network only if a certain number of defined groups of people agree to sign the transaction. Coins leave public proof that a transaction took place, which can be used in an appeal against businesses participating in fraudulent practices.
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