Post #30186

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HashnStore : Q2-Q3 2020 Intermediary Update
Congrats on the work.

Very interested on your views on IP protection as well as the diploma use case you mention, especially with regards to several different groups working on digital diploma's internationally

Do you have any expectations on usage with regards to entries and chains? I get that is hard to predict, I am just trying to get a feel for the efficiency change for a commercial product last year and the long term benefits for the protocol.
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