An Integrated Secure Scalable Blockchain Framework for IoT Communications

Sekhar, G Chandra; Aruna, R


The Internet of Things (IoT) has shown great promise in the years since its invention and widespread acceptance by demonstrating its ability to adapt and improve manual processes while bringing them into the digital age. IoT's capacity to do so has elevated it to the ranks of the most promising technologies of our time. Despite the fact that IPv4 and IPv6 are being utilized to serve a growing number of devices in IoT connectivity, there are still issues with address space allocation and other security concerns, including scalability and poor access control methods. It is necessary to go through these difficulties and worries. Both of these organizations have spent a considerable amount of time in the vanguard of advancement in the study of IoT and Blockchain technology. Since IoT devices are capable of efficient two-way communication, integrating Blockchain technology is challenging. However, scalability is the biggest obstacle. The IoT Blockchain Framework discussed in the research article has the potential to be a game-changing solution to the issues that IoTs currently face, provided that it is used properly. Data access control and data interchange, transparency, and scalability without compromising privacy or dependability are all issues with the IoT paradigm that Blockchain technology may be able to efficiently address. Creating a local index that is scalable and does not interfere with either the local or global peer validation procedures is one way to limit the number of transactions that contact the global Blockchain. According to the findings, the blocks are significantly lighter and smaller than those seen in other parts of the world.


Internet of things, Large scale IoT framework, Lpeer, Scalability

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