An immutable record of the verification that can be easily accessed and verified by anyone. This ensures transparency and trust in the verification process, as the information cannot be altered or tampered with once recorded on the blockchain. Additionally, the blockchain provides a secure and decentralized platform for storing sensitive information, such as verification data, without the need for a central authority or intermediary.
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