Blockchain innovations: Leo Maurice and Armaghan Fazil on blockchain for IoT


Welcome to the WAGAS Innovation Talks. This podcast offers you an insight into recent innovations in the tech business – driven by research and industry insight. We are talking to researchers and professionals to share their expertise, experience and projects with us.

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1) Can you explain the main advantages of blockchain for IoT?

2) Can you give us an example of projects where blockchain has been used for IoT?

3) Could you provide some of the projections that are foreseen in the world for blockchain with its predominant market?

4) What do you think are the next breakthroughs for blockchain applications? Kalima:
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