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Typically banks already use immutable ledgers. If they need to change something they put append that correction onto the ledger too.

> removing immutability from the blockchain turns it into something that isn't more trustworthy than any other kind of ledger

How is that in any way true? Immutability means you have a record of the real data and when it occurred. Other applications can be layered on top.

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