As you have seen, most blockchains are decentralized, and the identity of each party is normally protected; however, most blockchain-related code involves storing some confidential data such as a user’s personal information, passwords, cryptocurrency, and wallets.
The code is usually open source for transparency and to promote contributors.
Much of the code out there is not mature enough to be considered release grade.
In cryptocurrency-related blockchains, losing data can mean more than just a mere privacy breach. Once ...