P2p networks are a form of decentralized networked digital assets that have emerged over the last decade.
The underlying technology is the Bitcoin blockchain and its peer-to-peer network of nodes, each providing a cryptographic hash of a particular Bitcoin address.
P2ps allow users to send and receive transactions between each other without the need for a central authority, unlike centralized blockchains that often have to deal with a central server.
In practice, P2pp networks are extremely fast, allowing for transactions in minutes and payments in seconds.
They have been used by many large corporations, including Visa, PayPal, and Microsoft, to send remittances and other transactions.
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