Hybrid blockchains combine elements of both public and private blockchains. They offer the benefits of decentralization and transparency from public blockchains while also providing controlled access and privacy features akin to private blockchains. Hybrid blockchains are adaptable, allowing organizations to tailor the level of decentralization and privacy to their specific needs. They are suitable for use cases where some data must be publicly accessible, such as transaction records, while other data requires restricted access, such as sensitive business information. This versatility makes hybrid blockchains appealing for enterprises seeking to leverage blockchain technology while addressing regulatory and privacy concerns.

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