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Blockchain by Means of Relational Databases

Student: Darkhan Nurlybay

Supervisor: Yury Yanovich

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Data Science (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

Every second there are new data in business, science and other areas of human activity. Therefore, the database management system (DBMS) is an important link in effective data management. Thanks to DBMS, companies can solve their tasks effectively. But, at the same time, the question remains as to how to ensure its consistency and reliability due to the huge volume of data. The huge volume of stored information creates new problems for ensuring data consistency and reliability. A blockchain-based information system can provide an unchangeable history record, which will improve the methods of auditing and data management. This master's thesis describes how to implement a blockchain-a data store that can provide a verifiable audit trail of data integrity and its modifications for information stored in a database.

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