In short, Smart contracts have code running autonomously in the blockchain platform, which regulates transactions automatically once a contract is executed.
They enable asset (crypto or token) exchanges with no intermediary or third parties required.
Blockchain ecosystem Smart contracts are used for transactions and exchanges in a world of decentralized finance.
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allow trusted transactions and agreements between dispersed, anonymous parties, without requiring central authorities, a legal system or an external enforcement mechanism.
There is no middleman, and trust is not required, as the blockchain automatically enforces contracts when terms are met.
The smart-contract code ensures security, and the user pays a fee in the Security tokens while performing a transaction.
Essentially, after the specific conditions for the smart contract are met, goods arrive at the port, and the two parties agree on the cryptocurrency exchange they can automate transferring Bitcoin, fiat currency, or receiving the goods delivery, which allows for continued travel.
Each smart contract can be interacted with using its blockchain address, presuming that the contract has been broadcasted to the network.
Nick Szabo has theorized that smart contracts could be written in code, that they can be stored and copied in a decentralized ledger, and supervised by a network of computers forming the blockchain.
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