In a distributed network, the data ownership and computational resources are evenly distributed over a network. Instead of relying on a single central server, the workload is distributed among nodes. The data is accessible by all users within the distributed network. All the individuals within the network can take part in decision-making across the blockchain.
All the nodes have to come to a common agreement to achieve a goal. In the distributed network, as the information is shared across the blockchain, no single identity can change, censor or destroy any information. Moreover, distributed networking has comparatively higher fault tolerance.
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