A distributed ledger for peer-to-peer IoT networks and real-time data transactions

Blockchain technology required by the IoT

Decentralized model

Peer-to-peer IoT cryptocurrency and trusted computing

Blockchain of things

IoT dedicated blockchain that provides a distributed ledger

Real-time transactions

Distributed ledger that provides real-time data transactions

Solutions development

WoT application server

W3C's WoT ontology provides a standards-based model to represent a physical device as an application server that comprises a virtual representation of a physical object. The IoT application server might be installed and run on an application processor-based high-performance device or a microcontroller device. In addition to the Node.js JavaScript runtime used for high-performance devices, a JavaScript engine, such as the JerryScrip can be used for IoT resource-constrained devices. We help to develop such solutions from scratch for a range of clients, from startups to enterprise.

Peer-to-peer sensor network

With our solutions that set up a sensor node to gather information and communicate with other nodes requires only a few lines of code. Moreover, to build a peer-to-peer and decentralized sensor network could be also a few lines of code.

Distributed leger technology

We help to employ the IoT dedicated distributed ledger design for peer-to-peer IoT sensor networks and trusted computing. To provide time-series and streaming data capabilities, we propose and employ the virtual mining concept.

Proof-of-stake algorithms

We develop the proof-of-stake algorithms to determine device reliability that ensures the data security. The p2p network validates the minimum resource requirements for a node intending to join the network.

An examination of the blockchain IoT

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