How can I create a blockchain for keeping records?

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I have read a lot about how blockchain could be implemented for other technologies other than crypto currencies. I have a background in development coding and I have forked the go-ethereum source code and built it out on an ubuntu virtual machine. However, I am finding it hard to find discussions on creating blockchains for record purposes. Would I have to build a blockchain and use code to build a user interface to interact with it and instead of sending transactions to the block chain, find other data input to send to the blockchain?

Jun 27, 2018 in Blockchain by sabby
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​You can use an already existing Blockchain. Like Ethereum. Look at ths tutorial - https://www.ethereum.org/token . Many are using Ethereum Blockchain network for record keeping with a few ethers as fee. 

Or you could create your own Blockchain using Hyperledger Fabric. Fabric gives you the chance to create a private Blockchain, so you could control the acces. There, you can deploy the Smart Contract that you require

answered Jun 27, 2018 by Christine
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