Yes, of course. And the reasons are good that you might want to do it. Maybe you are using Logware to prove the existence of a record of data over time. A simple example would be to post a hash of the daily closing price for a publicly traded commodity on Logware. The hash would be used to audit historical data over time. The user could verify that data had not be manipulated by the data-feed provider. Depending on the commodity, it’s possible the price didn’t change for a few days, so the same hash value would be submitted more then once.