Using-IOT-toProcess-BlockchainAnalytics - IoT and Blockchain combined. IoT with different uses.

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IoT's role in this project will take the users from the Blockchain network and list them as devices on the Watson IoT Platform everytime there's a new user created. Besides that IoT will simulate a demo device and/or a real device can be chosen to display their data on the platform's dashboard. All these devices in this project will one Device Type.

https://developer.ibm.com/code/patterns/iot-dashboards-analyze-data-blockchain-network/
https://github.com/IBM/Using-IOT-toProcess-BlockchainAnalytics

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