Definition of "Timestamp"
- More specifically, a digital timestamp. This generally refers to the digital date and time information that’s attached to digital data. It’s an event recorded by a computer which may not necessarily be the time of the event itself. It is a sequence of characters or encoded information that identifies when a certain digital event occurred. On the blockchain, it’s an identifier which stamps and verifies a specific transaction that has taken place. Timestamps (and time signatures) can verify documents, copyrights, contracts, or any other digital transaction that occurs on the blockchain.
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