Sensor21 Application for Data Collection Can Become the Backbone of IoT

Sensor21 Application for Data Collection Can Become the Backbone of IoT

21 Inc. explains how its Sensor21 makes data collection and monetization easy, exhibiting a potential for use in IoT devices. How can the decentralized ledger technology be taken a step further to enable decentralized computing, also known as grid computing? 21 Inc., the Bitcoin technology company has come up with a solution which can very well become the backbone of the Internet of Things revolution. In a recent blog post, 21 Inc. describes the use of its software to collect data and monetize it. The application in question here is known as Sensor21, which is built over 21 Inc.’s....


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