Helium, an internet-of-things startup founded in 2013, is adding crypto tokens to its business model with the backing of two major funders.
Blockchains are useless on their own. For decentralized computing to work, they must intersect with other solutions. writes Intel's Mic Bowman.
Japanese startup Nayuta is releasing a lightning network implementation with a compelling new focus: bitcoin payments for the internet of things.
A water purifier launched by China Mobile is connected to the internet of things and will reward usage with crypto tokens.
Scientists from IBM Research claim they've found a way to reshape blockchain architectures for energy-constrained internet of things devices.
Cut through the tantalizing visions of cars with wallets trading with each other, and you'll find debates taking shape over nitty-gritty details.
While there is tremendous promise for the tech, blockchain must evolve substantially to meet the unique demands of the internet of things.
One of the largest crypto assets has been under fire for its technical decisions, with some developers even branding IOTA the coin they love to hate.
One of Japan's largest electric companies is intrigued by bitcoin's early-stage Lightning Network, so much so they're testing it out.
A small Japanese startup is paving the way in ideating how bitcoin's experimental Lightning network could take shape on two fronts.