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5 Ways Cisco's Trusted IoT Alliance Will Use Blockchain To Make IoT More Secure -- And What It Means For Partners

The consortium aims to set the standard for an open-source blockchain protocol and will enable alliance member partners to develop their own suite of applications and services to deliver to a broader ecosystem.

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Blockchain-Agnostic

A big part of the Trusted IoT Alliance is to be blockchain-agnostic, meaning that it will support integration across any open-source enterprise blockchain or distributed ledger technology platform that has the potential to become a back end for widespread commercial and industrial adoption, said Nannra.

"The alliance aims to foster interoperability and interworking across blockchain platforms, applications, and in doing so remove barriers to broad-scale adoption of blockchain technology," he said.

 
 
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