The origin of resistant is c. 1600, from French résistant, present participle of résister. In reference to diseases or drugs from 1897. The origin of resist dates back to the late 14c., from Old French résister "hold out against" (14c.), from Latin resistere "to make a stand against, oppose; to stand back; withstand," from re- "against" (see re-) + sistere "take a stand, stand firm. Blockchain technology is highly resistant to data modification. Transactions in a blockchain network are recorded as blocks of information in a chronological chain of data and cannot be modified retroactively or deleted without alerting users. Blockchain technology with critical infrastructure—such as sensors and cameras—can protect the integrity and authenticity of data collected by IoT and MoT devices. A recent report published by Research and Market determined the global Blockchain market was valued at $411.5 million in 2017 and will grow to $7.7 billion by 2022—an astonishing annual growth rate of nearly 80 percent. Blockchain technology revolves around the concept of making transactions resitant to disease and able to make a stand against intruders.
Applied resistance, withstand the inner battle, emerge different