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Certified transactions registered on a distributed ledger could empower IoT ecosystems with secure and traced communication.
Blockchain could act as a trust layer over different networking configurations, both traditional infrastructures and Software Defined Networks (SDN).
Blockchain protocols fostered development of a new wave of P2P storage services, now empowered with distributed versioning and naming solutions.
Blockchain stands as an opportunity for telco providers and mobile operators, who can integrate new services in their offering (e.g. Blockchain-as-a-Service cloud solutions, mobile remittance services accessible via smartphones, etc.).
IoT (Internet of Things): things rely on the use of the Blockchain technology to manage the authentication and integrity of messaging between themselves, in order to guarantee the use of a safe and reliable IoT network.
SDN Security: the rise of Software-Defined Networks means that there are new ways for hackers to enter a network or system. Securechain is the solution that introduces security gateway into SDN, whilst creating a forensically auditable and unchangeable log of events. Securechain is built on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Digital Notary: powerful blockchain-based Authorization and Accounting for any system including IoT and user-based applications by leveraging immutability and security of decentralized networks.
Secure Authentication: Authentichain is a new authentication system developed using Blockchain Technology. With Authentichain, it is possible to manage a private network of smart devices that are mutually authenticated and verified. It is also possible to easily extend the network and connect it to other networks (e.g. service providers, specialised technical support, etc.) while guaranteeing the actual identity of the parties involved and the traceability of access.
Telstra's efforts to blockchain IoT are being augmented by identity verification using voice, fingerprint, and facial biometrics.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast-growing industry destined to transform homes, cities, farms, factories, and practically everything else by making them smart and more efficient.
Cryptocurrency technology, also known as the blockchain, is being used for many different projects as we speak. Chronicled introduced a rather intriguing concept. Their IoT delivery drone uses Ethereum blockchain technology.